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HALLE, Germany (Reuters) - A gunman suspected of attacking a German synagogue and killing two people nearby wanted to commit a massacre and hoped to incite others to copy him by live-streaming his deadly rampage, Germany's federal prosecutor said on Thursday.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's president rejected on Thursday a "one country, two systems" formula that Beijing has suggested could be used to unify the island and the mainland, saying such an arrangement had set Hong Kong "on the edge of disorder".
In the quest to command higher fares and traveller loyalty, airlines are constantly scrambling to market their onboard services as better than Brand X. These days, one highly visible battleground is directly in front of you: the seatback screen.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Kurdish fighters who defeated Islamic State across much of Syria with U.S. help will struggle to fend off the Turkish army and its Syrian rebel allies who thrust across the border on Wednesday in a long-threatened offensive.
PARIS (Reuters) - French Defence Minister Florence Parly said on her Twitter feed that the Turkish offensive in northeast Syria is dangerous and should stop.
MANILA: The Philippine unit of AirAsia Bhd is postponing its initial public offering (IPO) to next year or 2021 as it focuses on corporate reorganisation and seeking funds from existing shareholders, its chairman said yesterday.
BANGKOK (Reuters): Thailand will give Charoen Pokphand Group and its partners 10 more days to sign a contract for a 225 billion baht (US$7.43bil) high-speed railway linking three airports, an official said, amid a row over land transfers and the burden of risk.
MANILA: The Philippine unit of AirAsia Bhd is postponing its initial public offering (IPO) to next year or 2021 as it focuses on corporate reorganisation and seeking funds from existing shareholders, its chairman said on Wednesday.
PARIS: Airbus sold 41 jets in September and processed cancellations for nine jets including five originally sold to Norwegian Air, leaving the European firm ahead of Boeing Co in a relatively slow year for an industry distracted by safety and trade headlines.
Jakarta: More than 16,000 scared residents have fled an unrest-hit city in Indonesia’s Papua region, the military said, as one of the deadliest eruptions of violence in years sparked calls for an independent probe.