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Bitcoin frenzy settles down as big players muscle into market

LONDON/NEW YORK/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - After bouncing up, falling down and keeping investors on the edges of their seats, bitcoin may be maturing into a period of relatively boring stability, experts say.


    Mexicans protest 'epidemic' of forced disappearances

    Demonstrators across the country call on authorities to bring justice for the over 15,000 missing young people in Mexico


      Nintendo teams up with Cygames to boost smartphone gaming

      TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese video game maker Nintendo Co said on Friday it has teamed up with Tokyo-based online games developer Cygames Inc, aiming to step up the mobile gaming business and reduce reliance on volatile console sales.


        Libya's Haftar returns to Benghazi after long absence

        Veteran general declares he is in 'good health' after reported hospitalisation in Jordan and France.


          China's Hollywood romance sours amid trade war, debt fears

          QINGDAO, China (Reuters) - When Dalian Wanda, the Chinese conglomerate, announced in 2013 that it would build an $8 billion film studio in China to lure U.S. film producers, it did so with Hollywood flash.


            Tesco recalls ready meals due to fears they could trigger allergic reactions

            TESCO is pulling batches of ready meals from shelves due to a labelling error. The packaging on the Hearty Food Company Cottage Pie as well as the Sausage and Mash ready meals fail to mention that the dishes contain milk. This mean the meals could be a h


              Armenian protest leader, president met to discuss way out of crisis: Ifax

              MOSCOW (Reuters) - Armenian protest leader Nikol Pashinyan said he had met with President Armen Sarkissian to discuss a way out of the political crisis in the country, the Interfax news agency reported on Friday.


                New Secretary of State Pompeo arrives in Brussels to meet NATO allies

                BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A day after being sworn in as the new U.S. Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo landed in Brussels for talks with key allies in Europe on heightened Russian aggression and ways to strengthen the NATO military alliance.


                  India's Modi to get museum tour, dinner with Xi as China trip begins

                  WUHAN, China (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will get a tour of a museum and dinner with President Xi Jinping on Friday, the first day of an ice-breaking visit to China in which the giant neighbors will seek to re-set a troubled relations

                    United States

                    Investigators work to determine cause of blast at Wisconsin refinery

                    MILWAUKEE, Wis. (Reuters) - Investigators on Friday searched for the cause of a blast at a Husky Energy refinery that injured at least 10 people and rocked a northern Wisconsin city, sending smoke billowing into the sky and prompting tens of thousands to


                      Sony expects 8.8 percent annual profit drop as strong yen slows image sensor biz

                      TOKYO (Reuters) - Sony Corp said on Friday it expects operating profit to fall 8.8 percent in the financial year through March 2019 as a stronger yen eats into profits from the image sensor business.

                        United Kingdom

                        Primary school considers closing on Friday afternoons so teachers don’t ‘burnout’

                        The school wants to give staff more time to develop an 'exciting curriculum' for children.


                          Remains of 140 children found at site of what may be history's largest mass sacrifice: report

                          Archaeologists in Peru have unearthed the remains of more than 140 children and 200 young llamas from what appeared to have been a ritual sacrifice that took place 550 years ago on a bluff along the northern coast, National Geographic reported Thursday.


                            Shares of China internet poker game firms drop on reports of ban

                            HONG KONG (Reuters) - Shares in Chinese companies offering online and mobile poker games have shed up to a fifth of their value over the past week, following reports in local media that the government would ban all poker-related applications from June 1.

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