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North Korea making bomb fuel despite denuclearisation pledge - Pompeo

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - North Korea is continuing to produce fuel for nuclear bombs in spite of its pledge to denuclearize, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday, even as he argued that the Trump administration was making progress in talks with Pyongyang.


No foreign cooks policy is not absolute, says Kula

KUALA LUMPUR: Any policy to restrict jobs for cooks in local restaurants to be Malaysians only will not be absolute, and foreigners may still be employed, says Human Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran.


Intel has a shot at boosting diversity – in the CEO’s office

Former Intel Corp chief executive officer Brian Krzanich used to say his push to make the chipmaker’s workforce less male-dominated was motivated by a desire to build a better technology industry for his daughters to work in someday.


China pulls approval for Facebook’s planned venture: NYT

China has withdrawn its approval for Facebook Inc's plan to open a new venture in the eastern province of Zhejiang, the New York Times reported on July 25, citing a person familiar with the matter.


YouTube removes videos from conspiracy theorist Alex Jones: Infowars website

YouTube has removed four videos by conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, his website Infowars said on July 25, after the radio host used his YouTube channel to denounce Muslim immigrants to Europe and the creators of a transgender cartoon.


Wary of U.S. ally, Syrian Kurds look to Damascus for talks

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syria's Kurds are trying to forge ties with Damascus as they seek to protect gains made in seven years of war, wary of their unpredictable U.S. ally and more ready than ever to negotiate with President Bashar al-Assad.


With an insatiable demand for datacentres, some are worried Illinois can’t keep up

Entering the datacentre that occupies the former Chicago Sun-Times' printing facility is like walking through the set of a James Bond film.


It’s called vomit fraud. And it could make your Uber trip really expensive

The next time you use Uber, check your bill. The trip could turn out to be expensive – not just for the distance but for a type of fraud that is on the rise.


U.S. judge may consider gag order in case of accused Russian agent

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. judge said on Wednesday she may consider imposing a gag order on lawyers for accused Russian agent Maria Butina after prosecutors complained about statements by her lead attorney to the news media and expressed concern about turning over evidence to the defence.

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China targets economy, not Trump, with weaker yuan

CHINA is letting the yuan slide primarily to combat a slackening economy, as the government rolls out more pro-growth measures amid an intensifying trade feud with the U.S.