European shares hobbled as worries about Huawei fallout mount

European shares hobbled as worries about Huawei fallout mount

European stocks slipped on Monday as concerns about an escalating fallout from a U.S. crackdown on China's Huawei Technologies offset a slightly more positive tone on trade.
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Trump weighs in on dueling protests in Portland

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"May God ruin him" Tlaib's grandmother to Trump

Muftia Tlaib, the grandmother of U.S. congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, scoffed at the attention she has recently received from the president of the United States, saying "may God ruin him." Yahaira Jacquez reports.
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Sudanese factions sign accord on transitional government

Sudanese factions sign accord on transitional government

Sudan's main opposition coalition and the ruling military council on Saturday (August 17) signed a final power-sharing agreement, paving the way for a transitional government following the overthrow of long-time leader Omar al-Bashir.
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Protesters show up for 11th week of rallies in Hong Kong

Thousands in Hong Kong marched on Saturday in the 11th week of anti-government protests. Others showed their support for the Chinese government.
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'Nobody is not afraid': Chernobyl pilot recalls his fear 33 years ago

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More than three decades after he flew his helicopter above the radioactive volcano that was Chernobyl's nuclear reactor number four, the site of the world's worst nuclear accident, Mykola Volkozub recalls how he feared for his life.
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Autopsy concludes Epstein death was suicide

Autopsy concludes Epstein death was suicide

An autopsy has concluded that the cause of death for financier Jeffrey Epstein was suicide by hanging, a spokeswoman for the New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner said on Friday. Jane Lanhee Lee reports.
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Week ahead on Wall Street

Week ahead on Wall Street

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Wall Street rises on stimulus optimism

Wall Street rises on stimulus optimism

U.S. stocks rebounded Friday as an ebbing bond rally brought buyers back to equities, but major indexes still ended the week with losses.
Rescue vessel still blocked from Italy's shores

Rescue vessel still blocked from Italy's shores

A charity rescue ship carrying 134 migrants, mostly Africans, remained stranded off the coast of Italy on Friday as a political battle in Rome stopped it from docking and even the medical conditions of those on board were disputed.
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Potential recession may be mild - Kamen

Potential recession may be mild - Kamen

A potential U.S. recession signaled by the bond market may be a mild one unlike that of 2008, Mercadien Asset Management president Ken Kamen tells Reuters' Fred Katayama.
Islam making strides among Cuban women

Islam making strides among Cuban women

More and more women wearing veils can be seen walking through the picturesque streets of old Havana, but these women aren't tourists from far-flung places, they are Cuban Muslim women whose numbers are growing by the day. Jonah Green has more.
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U.S. surfboard makers not so stoked about tariffs

U.S. surfboard makers not so stoked about tariffs

President Donald Trump's decision to slap 10% tariffs on imported surfboards convinced surf executive Sue Bowers to move factory jobs out of China - but not back to the United States, which was one goal of Trump's tariffs.
U.S. Rep Tlaib says she won't visit West Bank under 'oppressive' conditions

U.S. Rep Tlaib says she won't visit West Bank under 'oppressive' conditions

A U.S. Democratic lawmaker said she no longer planned to visit family in the West Bank after Israel granted her permission on humanitarian grounds.
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Schools, telephone lines to be opened in Kashmir after lockdown

Schools, telephone lines to be opened in Kashmir after lockdown

Authorities will begin restoring some telephone lines in Indian Kashmir from Friday night, including in the main city of Srinagar where afternoon prayers went peacefully amid heavy security, the top state official said.
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Cathay Pacific CEO quits as airline is dragged into HK turmoil

Cathay Pacific CEO Rupert Hogg quit Friday as the airline became ever more embroiled in Hong Kong's political turmoil.
Turkish military fund reaches deal to buy British Steel

Turkish military fund reaches deal to buy British Steel

Turkey's military pension fund OYAK has reached a provisional agreement to take over British Steel and could close the deal by the end of this year, potentially saving thousands of jobs.
LSE's FTSE stock market suffers longest outage in years

LSE's FTSE stock market suffers longest outage in years

A technical glitch delayed the start of trading on Friday on the UK blue chip FTSE 100 and midcap stock indexes for almost two hours in what was the longest outage at one of the world's top bourses in eight years.
Trump ridiculed for "trying to buy" Greenland

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Danish politicians on Friday poured scorn on the notion of selling Greenland to the United States following reports that President Donald Trump had privately discussed the idea of buying the world's biggest island with his advisers.
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Tensions flare as Zimbabwe police beat protesters

Tensions flare as Zimbabwe police beat protesters

Police fired tear gas and beat opposition party supporters who had gathered in downtown Harare on Friday in defiance of a ban on anti-government rallies. The MDC party has called the government "fascist." Serena Chaudhry reports.
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A frontliner in Hong Kong's protests says he dreams of ‘bringing a revolution in our time.’ Young protesters like him are directly challenging China’s Communist rulers – and he says they could end up paying for this with their lives. Reuters spent a
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Israel to allow U.S. Rep Tlaib to visit family in West Bank

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Israel will allow U.S. lawmaker Rashida Tlaib to visit her family in the occupied West Bank on humanitarian grounds, the interior ministry said on Friday.
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Argentine peso jumps after heavy losses

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Argentina's peso jumped nearly 5% Thursday, as President Macri shared a phone conversation with political rival Alberto Fernandez where they said they were determined to control Argentina's economic crisis. But, as Francis Maguire reports, for many who protested about poverty in Buenos Aires, Macri's talk is still not enough.