European Union leaders did not take issues with Chinese trade policy as seriously as they should have in the past, but the United States and the EU are now "working hand in hand" at the World Trade Organization on China's non-market economic policies, top U.S. trade official Clete Willems said on Monday.
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This year, in a federal prison in Manhattan, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman Loera quietly signed a contract to help launch his family’s latest business venture. The new company had nothing to do with drugs, violence or other illicit activities associated with Guzman, the former leader of the Sinaloa
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Tuesday told lawmakers the Trump administration is preparing for the possibility of a "hard Brexit".
A U.S. airstrike in Somalia killed two civilians in 2018, U.S. Africa Command said in a press release on Friday, adding that it believed it to be an "isolated occurrence".
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by WorldTribune Staff, April 8, 2019 The chief of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) warned that U.S. military assets in the Middle East could be targeted by Iran if the Trump administration declared the IRGC a terrorist organization, which it did on April 8. “If the Americans take such a stubborn measure and endanger [
The team will reportedly look into DOJ and FBI officials’ decisions during a 2016 probe into the Trump campaign.
The Trump administration is lifting a long-standing ban against U.S. citizens filing lawsuits against foreign companies that use properties seized by Cuba’s Communist government since Fidel Castro’s 1959 revolution, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday.
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On Tuesday, MEPs agreed that the EU should remain open to imposing further sanctions if Russia continues to violate international law.
Critics say ‘excessive’ practice threatens legitimacy of important anti-corruption investigation
Unai Emery has launched an impassioned defence of Shkodran Mustafi after the Arsenal defender faced a barrage of criticism for his role in Sunday’s loss to Crystal Palace.
The most critical Manchester derby in years will be played amid a festering managerial row, with Pep Guardiola accusing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer of piling undue pressure on the referee with claims of City’s tactical fouling.
Snapchat has increased its number of daily active users for the first time in twelve months, surpassing analysts' expectations for the speed of its recovery.
U.S. President Donald Trump met with Twitter Inc's Chief Executive Jack Dorsey on Tuesday, hours after attacking the social media company over his claims it is biased against conservatives.
The top Democrats and Republicans on the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee on Tuesday wrote Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai raising concerns about reports of a massive database of precise consumer location information on hundreds of millions of consumers known as "Sensorvault."
Embassies in Europe have wound up on the receiving end of an ongoing hacking campaign with roots in Russia, a multinational cybersecurity firm warned Monday. Researchers at Check Point reported becoming aware of a weaponized spreadsheet being emailed to targets described as "government finance authorities and representatives in several embassies
PARIS — Professional mountain climbers were hired to install synthetic, waterproof tarps over the gutted, exposed exterior of Notre Dame Cathedral, as authorities raced to prevent further damage ahead of storms that are rolling in toward Paris. The looming bad weather threatens to further damage the 850-year-old cathedral whose roof
American middle class consumers are enjoying the strongest wage growth in a decade, but higher gasoline prices are eating a good chunk of that increase for many, and it looks like pump prices are headed higher.
Italian coalition feuding intensified on Tuesday, with the ruling parties at loggerheads over a junior minister embroiled in a corruption scandal as markets began pricing in a possible government collapse.
NEW YORK — A New York prosecutor says fake German heiress Anna Sorokin told "lie after lie" in an elaborate scheme to defraud banks, hotels and friends. Assistant District Attorney Catherine McCaw told a Manhattan jury in her closing argument that the evidence against Sorokin is "overwhelming." She said Sorokin