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DUBAI (Reuters) - Syria's President Bashar al-Assad and his wife Asma have tested positive for COVID-19 after showing minor symptoms, his office said on Monday.
YATAGAN, Turkey (Reuters) - Behind Tayyibe Demirel's olive groves in southwest Turkey lies a vast, grey expanse, stripped bare by a coal mine eating into the rolling hillside. On the horizon, heavy smoke billows from three giant chimneys of the power plant by the town of Yatagan.
(Reuters) - Prince Harry and his wife Meghan late on Sunday gave their first major TV interview since stepping back from the British royal family a year ago.
(Reuters) - Three demonstrators were killed in Myanmar on Monday, witnesses said, while shops, factories and banks were closed in the main city Yangon in protests against last month's military coup.
In 2019 AI became a political, human rights and trade issue. Where does this leave China’s AI superstars?
Some of China’s most prominent AI start-ups were put on a US trade blacklist this year, as the industry faces greater scrutiny from the world’s largest economy.
JALPAN DE SERRA, Mexico (Reuters) - Poor Central American migrants who form caravans to fend off predatory gangs as they cross Mexico's interior en route to the United States have made global headlines and drawn the ire of President Donald Trump.
Researchers involved in project say it will make it almost impossible to avoid detection, while the current fragmented system is easier to get around.
ANKARA/TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Turkey will send troops to Libya at the request of Tripoli as soon as next month, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday, putting the North African country's conflict at the centre of wider regional frictions.
SINGAPORE: Gold firmed up a foothold above $1,500 an ounce as investors positioned for 2020, with post-Christmas gains coming even as equities inched higher and U.S.-China trade concerns eased. Silver rose along with platinum and palladium in what’s been a banner year for precious metals.
America is going to have to reckon with an Internet that is becoming less American.