The UN says death toll could soar to 233,000 by the end of 2019
The Saudi-led coalition in Yemen said it considers this week's drone attacks by Houthis on Saudi oil installations a "war crime", Al Arabiya news channel reported on Thursday.
With fresh tariffs in place and President Trump insisting he’s in no hurry for a trade deal, top U.S. and Chinese officials ended talks Friday in Washington without reaching an agreement or providing immediate word of future negotiations. The two sides had reconvened Friday morning after a last-ditch
Trade war between the world's two largest economies has escalated over the last few weeks after Washington imposed punitive tariffs on Chinese products.
Yemen's Houthi rebels are expected to begin their withdrawal on Saturday morning.
The U.S.-China trade war is hurting the U.S. ethanol industry "badly," Mike Dwyer, chief economist of the U.S. Grains Council, said on Wednesday at an event at New York Sugar week:
In our video, a former State Department official sent to advise the Saudi-led coalition says he saw firsthand how it failed to avoid civilian casualties in Yemen — and how the U.S. chose to look the other way.
President Trump is threatening to increase tariffs on Chinese products, and slap duties on more tariffs, if the U.S. and China do not reach a new trade deal soon. Ali Velshi looks at what led to the trade war and what happens next with NPR Investigative Correspondent Laura Sullivan, who reports a new “Frontline” special titled “Trump’s Trade War,” and Oxford University economist Linda Yueh.
The same week U.S. President Donald Trump announced sweeping increases on tariffs against Chinese goods, Chinese buyers dropped orders for 3,247 metric tonnes of U.S. pork - the biggest cancellation in more than a year, according to U.S. Department of Agriculture data released on Thursday.