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Trump is 'determined to bite somebody, and China is the most likely target,' trade expert says

Trump said the U.S. was considering a big "fine" as part of a probe into China's alleged theft of intellectual property.

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Porn star Olivia Nova laid dead and half naked for 12 hours and died of infection, claims police report

TRAGIC details about porn star Olivia Nova’s death have emerged, Leaked police reports claim the 20-year-old adult actress died of a urinary infection which turned to deadly sepsis, according to Hollywood life. It also appears to show Olivia, real

Asia

China says sunken Iranian tanker may be leaking bunker fuel

Bunker fuel may now be leaking from the Iranian oil tanker that sank in the East China Sea last Sunday.

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South Korean group files complaint against Apple CEO over iPhone slowdown

A South Korean consumer group filed a criminal complaint against Apple CEO Tim Cook over slower iPhone devices.

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China says sunken Iranian tanker may be leaking bunker fuel

BEIJING (Reuters) - Bunker fuel may now be leaking from the Iranian oil tanker that sank in the East China Sea last Sunday, China's State Oceanic Administration (SOA) said, underlining fears for contamination from the world's worst oil ship disaster in de

World

The Fraught Trial of Two Women Accused of Killing Kim Jong Nam Is About to Resume in Malaysia

Prosecutors have shied away from scrutinizing political motives behind the killing

Asia

Al-Qaida moves in to recruit from Islamic State and its affiliates

Switch of loyalties seen as a key indicator of resilience of Isis as it evolves after territorial collapseAl-Qaida has been trying to win over extremists from Islamic State, while the Isis “caliphate” collapses amid heavy losses of men, materi

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Congressman makes claim about 'potential terrorist infiltration' in Las Vegas shooting, offers no evidence

Authorities previously said that they have found no connections between the shooter, Stephen Paddock, and international terror groups.

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Car hits pedestrians near Rio's Copacabana beach

A baby dies and 15 people are hurt when a car hits crowds on a promenade near Copacabana beach.

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Duterte says may ban sending Filipinos to work in Kuwait due to abuses

MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is considering banning workers being sent to Kuwait because of abuses he said were being inflicted on Filipino domestic helpers there and which led to several committing suicide in recent months.

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China detains rights lawyer critical of President Xi Jinping: wife

BEIJING (Reuters) - Beijing authorities on Friday took outspoken rights lawyer Yu Wensheng into custody as he was taking his child to school, his wife told Reuters, days after Yu said he was stripped of his legal license for criticizing President Xi Jinpi

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Florida could declare PORN a public heath risk ‘because it causes mental and physical illness’

FLORIDA could declare porn a public heath risk after research found it to be “linked with mental and physical illness”. A resolution was overwhelmingly approved by the state House of Representative committee on Thursday. Spearheading the notio

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Bonds are getting smashed, and the market might be spooked by reports of a Fed reshuffle

Key developments in overnight markets were punctuated by another rise in global bond yields, and the selling has continued in Asian trade.

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Japan criticizes U.S. for military flights over school in Okinawa

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan criticized the U.S. military on Friday for breaking a pledge to avoid flying helicopters over a school next to its base in Okinawa, a rare flash of discord with Tokyo's main ally.

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The U.S. Is Holding Back a Further $45 Million in Aid for Palestine

The announcement comes after Washington withheld a separate $65 million in funding for Palestinian refugee programs

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HSBC to pay $101.5m to settle currency rigging probe

Financial giant HSBC agrees to pay $101.1m, confirming it misused client information for its own profit.

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SEC says it's worried about 'significant' issues with cryptocurrency ETF plans

The SEC indicated it would not be open to approving cryptocurrency ETFs unless sponsors could address concerns.

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Pope Francis Has Defended a Chilean Bishop Accused of Covering Up Sex Crimes

His remarks drew shock from Chileans and immediate rebuke from victims and their advocates

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YouTube star known as the King of Random who posts videos of science experiments is charged after he filmed himself exploding dry ice bombs in his back garden

A YOUTUBE star known who posts videos of science experiments has been charged by cops after filming himself exploding dry ice bombs in his backyard. Jonathan Grant Thompson, 37, who calls himself the King of Random and boasts nearly 9 million subscribers,

World

United is planning a swankier economy class on international flights

United is planning to roll out premium economy class later this year, following rivals Delta and American.

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Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg splashes out £100million on superyacht Ulysses

FACEBOOK boss Mark Zuckerberg has splashed out £100million on a superyacht — after wangling a discount. The 33-year-old American — worth £67billion — spotted the 107-metre Ulysses for sale in Monaco in September. Sources say he

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WWE legend Hulk Hogan backed to run as senator in Florida by Trump’s ex-advisor – but his daughter wants him back in the ring

WRESTLING legend Hulk Hogan is being backed to run for US Senate by Donald Trump’s former advisor. The Hulkster would ‘body slam’ his opponents in every debate, according to former Trump aide Roger Stone. In an interview on a US websit

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South Korea President Moon's approval rating drops on Olympics furor

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean President Moon Jae-in's approval rating has fallen to a four-month low, a poll showed on Friday, after a public backlash over a decision for South and North Korea to field a joint ice hockey team at next month's Winter Olymp

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House passes bill to avoid a government shutdown. Now comes the hard part

The bill now heads to a Senate where lawmakers face a tougher task in extending government funding

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Russian minister warns against reviving Nazis at exhibition

Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has opened an exhibition on the Holocaust in the former Soviet Union, saying the world has "a sacred duty" not only to commemorate the millions of victims "but to do everything in our power to prevent such tragedies

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We take a look at President Trump’s Playboy Playmate and adult movie ‘conquests’

HE is not the first president to date an actress. But he is probably the only one to be  accused of courting the stars of such movies as Saturday Night Beaver, Butt I Like It and Missionary Impossible. This week it emerged that adult actress Stormy Dan

World

Pope Francis arrives in crisis-hit Peru

Peru has been rocked by protests against the authorities' decision to pardon ex-President Fujimori.

World

Car plows through Copacabana sidewalk, kills baby, injures 15

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - A speeding car plowed through evening strollers on a crowded sidewalk of Rio's famed Copacabana beach on Thursday in an apparent accident, killing an 8-month old baby and injuring 15 people, police said.

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Feds: Iowa man lied about Bosnian killings to gain refugee status

The Justice Department is seeking to strip 51-year-old Eso Razic of his U.S. citizenship.        

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'Shaking' Malaysia Airlines flight turns back to Australia

Malaysia Airlines says the jet experienced a "technical" issue on its way to Kuala Lumpur.

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New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Is Expecting Her First Child

The world's youngest female head of state is expecting a child in June

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A Leader of Zimbabwe’s Opposition Party Was Among Five Killed in a Helicopter Crash

Roy Bennett was known as "Pachedu," meaning "one of us" in the Shona language

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