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MELBOURNE/BEIJING (Reuters) - Waste from a nickel plant in Papua New Guinea owned by Metallurgical Corporation of China spilled into the adjacent Basamuk Bay over the weekend, three sources told Reuters on Wednesday.
ROME (Reuters) - The deputy prime minister of a new Italian government should be a member of the Democratic Party (PD), its deputy leader Andrea Orlando said on Wednesday, potentially re-igniting tensions in talks with the ruling 5-Star Movement.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Puerto Rico braced on Wednesday for the arrival of Tropical Storm Dorian, one of the island's first major tests since devastating hurricanes struck in 2017.
KABUL (Reuters) - The Taliban said on Wednesday they were close to an agreement with U.S. officials on a deal that would see U.S. forces withdraw from Afghanistan in exchange for a Taliban promise the country would not become a haven for international militants.
A US trade group representing major technology firms on Aug 27 denounced an agreement on France's digital tax announced by Presidents Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron that leaves the levy in place until a new international taxation plan takes effect.
JAKARTA: The global economy could be hit by a second wave of damage from the U.S.-China trade war -- and it will be much more severe than the first, Indonesia’s finance minister said.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia and Turkey are discussing the possibility of deliveries of Russian-made SU-57 and SU-35 military aircraft to Turkey, the RIA news agency cited a Russian official as saying on Wednesday.
Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd unveiled a working prototype of its latest innovation which allows visually impaired individuals to enjoy football matches in real time.
TOKYO: The possible merger of the world’s two largest tobacco companies presents the latest headache for the industry’s No. 3 player, Japan Tobacco Inc., which is already struggling to keep up with competition in the heated market for alternative smoking devices.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Talented young Wallabies centre Jordan Petaia has been ruled out of their final World Cup warmup against Samoa with a hamstring injury, Rugby Australia said on Wednesday.