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On the occasion of the Inno Day 2019 conference in Shenzhen, China, Oppo demonstrated its cutting-edge tech to the international press with a presentation that included numerous innovations.
WHAKATANE/WELLINGTON (Reuters) - A New Zealand military team in gas masks and hazmat suits recovered six bodies on Friday from the volcanic island that fatally erupted earlier this week, as doctors worked to save badly burned survivors.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanon's largest Christian political party will not join a new government under the terms set by caretaker premier Saad al-Hariri, but will not obstruct the formation of a new cabinet, its leader said on Thursday.
RIGA/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Latvia's parliament on Thursday passed legislation to take control over the Baltic country's two biggest ports in an effort to keep them open after U.S. sanctions against a Latvian oligarch threatened operations.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Thursday the House would act next week to wrap up its impeachment inquiry, following up on whatever decision is taken on articles of impeachment by the House Judiciary Committee this week.
(Reuters) - Crystal Palace will be without their defensive trio of Jeffrey Schlupp, Patrick van Aanholt and Joel Ward for Monday's Premier League match against Brighton & Hove Albion due to injuries, manager Roy Hodgson said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - West Ham United boss Manuel Pellegrini said his players have to shoulder the responsibility for their poor Premier League form but he will do everything possible to rebuild their confidence ahead of Saturday's Premier League trip to Southampton.
(Reuters) - Sheffield United plan to recruit new players in the January transfer window as their impressive start to the season has put them in a good position to consider investment in the squad, manager Chris Wilder said on Thursday.
IPOH: More Chinese nationals have been arrested for alleged online scam, with 65 people nabbed at two locations here.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump reprised his ridicule of 16-year-old Greta Thunberg on Thursday saying it was "ridiculous" that the Swedish climate activist was named Time's Person of the Year for 2019.