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Incompatibility and domestic violence among the main reasons cited for women wanting to end their marriages last year, official figures show
SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - For a regime obsessed with secrecy, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's decision to travel to Beijing on a distinctive green armoured train was an all-but-dead giveaway that he was making his first journey abroad since assuming power in 2011.
Former Federal Trade Commission officials say that Facebook Inc appears to have breached a 2011 consent agreement to safeguard users’ personal information and may be facing hundreds of millions of dollars in fines.
NEOT KEDUMIM, Israel (Reuters) - As the sun beats down on the barren slopes around Jerusalem, a tree of the kind believed to have provided the crown of thorns in Biblical accounts of Jesus Christ's crucifixion stands unaffected, its fruits ample and foliage green.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, his ratings battered by a scandal over suspected cronyism, is hoping a series of summits including one with U.S. President Donald Trump will restore his popularity ahead of a crucial ruling party leadership contest.
PUTRAJAYA: A medical graduate of a university in Egypt has been sentenced to 10 years in prison and one stroke of the cane for living on the earnings of prostitution involving a 14-year-old girl.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai returned to her native Pakistan on Thursday, six years after she was shot in the head by Taliban gunmen for advocating greater education of girls.
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At Microsoft Corp's Dutch research facility at the Delft University of Technology, several large cylindrical metal tubes hang from the ceiling.
Art galleries have long used splashy openings to build buzz around a new talent or an existing artist’s latest work. The in-crowd sips wine, pontificates about the paintings and schmoozes with the artist. Now even this ritual is going digital.