TikTok ‘Out Of Business’ In US If Not Sold By Mid-Sept, Says Trump

US President Donald Trump said Monday that popular Chinese-owned video app TikTok would be “out of business” in the United States if it did not sell its US operations by …

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Berlin coronavirus protest sparks debate over right to assemble

German Chancellor, Angela Merkel Politicians from both sides of the political spectrum are reassessing Germany’s approach to protests during the pandemic. This is coming after thousands of people gathered in …

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New Genoa Bridge Inaugurated Two Years After Collapse That Killed 43

Italy inaugurates a sleek new bridge in Genoa on Monday, though relatives of the 43 people killed when the old viaduct collapsed say the pomp and ceremony risk overshadowing the …

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Trump calls for postponement of US presidential election

US president, Donald Trump US President Donald Trump on Thursday suggested delaying the 2020 election, in which he is currently lagging badly in the polls, citing the coronavirus and what …

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Border Clash: ‘Hezbollah Is Playing With Fire’ – Israeli PM Netanyahu

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Hezbollah was “playing with fire” after border clashes on Monday, in which the Lebanese Shiite group denied all involvement.  Netanyahu insisted that Hezbollah and …

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Britain, EU Rule Out Quick Post-Brexit Deal

Britain and the European Union on Thursday broke up their latest round of post-Brexit trade negotiations by ruling out a quick deal but voicing hope for agreement in the coming …

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Britain Set To Back Removal Of Huawei From 5G

Britain was expected Tuesday to approve the phased removal of Chinese telecoms giant Huawei from its 5G network, a decision long sought by Washington but resisted by Beijing. Prime Minister …

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China’s central bank injects 30bn yuan into market

China’s central bank continued to pump cash into the banking system via reverse repos on Tuesday to maintain liquidity. With no reverse repos maturing Tuesday, the People’s Bank of China …

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China Appoints ‘Tough’ Official To Head New Security Agency In Hong Kong

China appointed a hardliner to head a new national security agency in Hong Kong Friday as police brought the first charges under a sweeping new anti-subversion law that has shaken the semi-autonomous finance …

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Maduro orders EU envoy to leave Caracas in response to sanctions

Venezuelan President Nicolas MaduroVenezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has ordered the European Union ambassador to Caracas to leave the country after the EU slapped sanctions on supporters of the embattled leader. “Enough …

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