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Senate Finance Committee hearing reflects bipartisan support for talks regarding the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific PartnershipTai faces backlash for her backing of a proposal to waive coronavirus vaccine patent protections
WASHINGTON/MOSCOW (Reuters) - The United States and Russia are lowering expectations for big breakthroughs at a superpower summit between U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, with the adversaries in no mood to make concessions on their bitter disagreements.
OSLO (Reuters): Since Myanmar's military ordered telecoms operators to shut their networks in an effort to end protests against its February coup, Telenor's business there has been in limbo.
OSLO (Reuters) - Since Myanmar's military ordered telecoms operators to shut their networks in an effort to end protests against its February coup, Telenor's business there has been in limbo.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The broadband industry in 2017 funded a campaign that generated millions of fake comments to create the impression of grassroots opposition to net neutrality rules while the U.S. Federal Communications Commission considered repealing the policy, New York state's attorney general said on Thursday.
(Reuters) -Facebook Inc's independent oversight board, which on Wednesday upheld the company's ban on former U.S. President Donald Trump, currently consists of 20 members.
Jeff Bezos has an ex-wife, a girlfriend, four children and billions of reasons to watch whether Joe Biden’s tax overhaul wins congressional approval.
US Secretary of Defence Lloyd Austin (pic) will take part in the annual Shangri-La Dialogue from June 4 to 5 and speak on the US’ Indo-Pacific strategy, the Pentagon announced.
The Asian American Foundation said it will invest its initial funding in anti-hate programmes, education, and data and researchThe effort bolsters the emergence of Asian-Americans as a political and cultural force in the wake of a spate of attacks over the last year
Chile's government is exploring laws to protect its citizens' "neuro-rights", in the face of rapidly developing neurotechnology, even calling on other Ibero-American countries to do the same.