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Senior Afghan official publicly criticizes U.S. negotiator on visit to Washington

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A senior Afghan official on Thursday accused the U.S. peace negotiator of "delegitimizing" the Afghan government in an unusually public attack reflecting Kabul's mounting alarm over its exclusion from U.S. talks with Taliban insurgents.


Mexico to investigate 'dirty campaign' critical of president

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's government said on Thursday it would investigate funding of critical coverage of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador during his 2018 election bid on suspicion it received illicit support from his adversaries.


Burning out at work? How to deal with the pile of pings, texts and emails

From work email and texts to that Slack message from your boss, technology has become entwined with our lives. For workers, tech tools can both help and hurt, making work-hours more flexible but also never-ending.


Explainer - How to read an aircraft's black box

PARIS (Reuters) - France's BEA safety investigators are searching for clues as to what caused an Ethiopian Airlines plane to hurtle to the ground after take-off, as they begin analysing two black boxes that arrived in Paris on Thursday from the crashed Boeing 737 MAX.


Ex-president Banda pulls out of Malawi presidential race

BLANTYRE (Reuters) - Malawi's scandal-hit ex-president Joyce Banda has withdrawn her presidential bid and endorsed opposition frontrunner Lazarus Chakwera, the two candidates' parties announced on Thursday.


‘Snitch-tagging’ destroys any subtlety that was left on Twitter

First came Twitter. Then came Twitter fights. Then came Twitter passive aggression: Insults that don't explicitly identify the person being criticised are so pervasive they have a name, the subtweet.


Bribing your way to college? Check your math, it may not pay

SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Experts agree that college pays off. But at any price?


Detroit leads, Tesla lags in trillion-dollar race for robot-car business

The Motor City is firmly at the front of the auto industry's next revolution.


Botswana's High Court postpones decision in gay sex case

GABORONE (Reuters) - Botswana's High Court on Thursday postponed its ruling on a case challenging the criminalisation of gay sex, which is being scrutinised by campaigners hoping the law could be overturned.


Asian stocks higher on Brexit reprieve but trade concerns limit gains

TOKYO: Asian stocks made modest gains on Friday, tracking improved global sentiment after UK lawmakers voted to delay Brexit and as a weaker yen supported Japanese shares, but a fresh flare up in U.S.-China trade concerns is expected to cap gains.