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Protesters ended their two-day rally for democracy after pulling off a surprise by submitting a letter to the Privy Council, outlining their demands to reform the monarchy.
(Reuters) - Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp has stressed that Thiago Alcantara's highly-anticipated arrival at Anfield does not mean the club will be forced to sell a player in the current transfer window.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - A group of eight European countries are urging Brazil to take "real action" to combat rising deforestation in the Amazon rainforest, which is threatening Europe's desire to source food and other products sustainably.
(Reuters) - Bianca Andreescu has paid tribute to American great Billie Jean King and the eight other female players who signed $1 contracts to launch a new women's professional tennis circuit 50 years ago.
ByteDance founder Zhang Yiming has long positioned himself as a global Internet entrepreneur, largely eschewing Chinese government involvement, but US demands to sell his crown jewel TikTok are testing the boundaries with Beijing.
'I don't think Hollywood can truly be considered inclusive until they stop the horrid practice of casting non-disabled actors to play visibly disabled roles, ' says comedian Maysoon Zayid, who has cerebral palsy.
SEOUL, Sept 6 (Reuters): North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un on late Saturday (Sept 5) toured areas hit by a typhoon, replaced a local provincial party committee chairman and ordered Pyongyang officials to lead a recovery effort, state media reported on Sunday.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un toured coastal areas hit by a typhoon, and ordered 12,000 core party members to join the recovery effort on Saturday, while dismissing a provincial party chief, state media reported on Sunday.
BEIJING/HONG KONG (Reuters) - ByteDance founder Zhang Yiming has long positioned himself as a global internet entrepreneur, largely eschewing Chinese government involvement, but U.S. demands to sell his crown jewel TikTok are testing the boundaries with Beijing.
Facebook Inc has flashed a warning to global regulators by taking a hardball stance against Australia’s plan to force it to pay media companies for stories.