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FONTAINEBLEAU, France (Reuters) - Agostinho Barreto has stowed away his neon yellow vest and stopped occupying road junctions in protest against the burden of high French taxes. But the garage owner still seethes with anger at the mention of President Emmanuel Macron.
Hong Kong (AFP): Pro-democracy protesters Wednesday stepped up a "blossom everywhere" campaign of road blocks and vandalism across Hong Kong that has crippled the international financial hub this week and ignited some of the worst violence in five months of unrest.
THREE years ago, while delivering a live televised National Day speech, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong shocked audiences when he started to keel over.
HONG KONG (AFP): A police officer shot a masked protester in an incident shown live on Facebook and a man was set on fire Monday during one of the most violent days of clashes in Hong Kong since pro-democracy unrest erupted more than five months ago.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong police shot and wounded one protester on Monday as chaos erupted across the city a day after officers fired tear gas to break up demonstrations that are entering their sixth month.
While the United States and China appear keen to sign the first phase of a trade deal, could China’s request for a rollback in tariffs be a potential stumbling block?
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Political talks to agree an urgently needed Lebanese government are still deadlocked, three senior sources said on Sunday, as the powerful Shi'ite group Hezbollah indicated it would not be forced into concessions.
Everything is awesome in financial markets. The sense that a trade deal may finally be on the cards sent stocks and crude soaring in the US on Thursday, while flight-to-safety trades such as bonds and gold slumped.
SAUDI Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman may have lowered his valuation-target for Saudi Aramco as it prepares an initial public offering (IPO), but some of the world’s biggest investors say he’s not gone far enough.
Beijing’s announcement that the U.S. and China have agreed to roll back tariffs lifted financial markets