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TBILISI (Reuters) - Georgia must reinforce its commitment to democracy and ensure its judicial system is free of political bias, the United States said on Tuesday, after weeks of demonstrations in the ex-Soviet state demanding changes to the electoral system.
PALM BEACH, Fla. (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday brushed off North Korea's warning of a "Christmas gift," saying the United States would "deal with it very successfully," amid U.S. concerns that Pyongyang might be preparing a long-range missile test.
SINGAPORE: Asian and European stock markets turned flat in quiet Christmas Eve trade on Tuesday (Dec 24), running out of fizz before the festive break despite fresh record gains on Wall Street overnight.
HONG KONG: Even as global consumer brands grow more dependent on Asia for sales of everything from fancy handbags to baby formula, European retailers keep retreating from the world’s fastest-growing markets.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Twelve aid agencies in the Yemeni town of al-Dhalea have stopped work after attacks on their buildings that the United Nations called an "alarming escalation" amid media campaigns against aid organisations.
Up to 40% of China’s manufacturing workforce could be “potentially affected” by the use of robots.
China’s ByteDance Inc created one of the country’s rare global hits with the addictive video app 'TikTok'
TOKYO (Reuters) - Russia on Tuesday released five Japanese fishing boats detained last week near Russian-controlled islands claimed by Japan, Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said, adding that all crew members are in good health.
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BEIJING (AFP): Chinese Premier Li Keqiang signalled plans to free up more cash for the country's banking system in a bid to boost lending to small businesses as leaders look to kickstart the world's number two economy.