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  • Videos of U.S. police killings spur protest

    The decision of Minneapolis prosecutors to criminally charge a police officer four days after the death of George Floyd shows how efforts to hold officers accountable often hinge on the level of public protest and whether the incident was caught on video.

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  • Videos of U.S. police killings spur protest

    The decision of Minneapolis prosecutors to criminally charge a police officer four days after the death of George Floyd shows how efforts to hold officers accountable often hinge on the level of public protest and whether the incident was caught on video.

    U.S.
  • Foreign powers in Libya risk ever bloodier stalemate

    As Turkish drones helped drive eastern Libyan forces back from Tripoli this month, Russia was said to be reinforcing them with warplanes, raising the stakes in a stalemated civil war that has partitioned the country.

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  • Who's involved in Libya's war and why

    The conflict between Libya's Government of National Accord (GNA), recognised by the United Nations, and the eastern-based forces of Khalifa Haftar has become a cauldron for foreign rivals.

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  • Foreign powers in Libya risk ever bloodier stalemate

    As Turkish drones helped drive eastern Libyan forces back from Tripoli this month, Russia was said to be reinforcing them with warplanes, raising the stakes in a stalemated civil war that has partitioned the country.

    U.S.
  • Factbox: Who's involved in Libya's war and why

    The conflict between Libya's Government of National Accord (GNA), recognised by the United Nations, and the eastern-based forces of Khalifa Haftar has become a cauldron for foreign rivals.

    U.S.
  • Stick or twist? Investors face coronavirus-induced property dilemma

    The coronavirus pandemic has emptied offices and shuttered shops but filled warehouses and highlighted demand for work-from-home spaces, leaving investors wondering if they should flee real estate or double down on their bets.

    U.S.
  • With 'Main Street' in view, Fed weighs risks of job, productivity shocks

    U.S. Federal Reserve officials have talked broadly about helping households and firms through the current economic crisis and quickly unleashed trillions of dollars in cash and credit guarantees to build a "bridge" to the post-pandemic world.

    U.S.
  • On debt-stricken Lebanon, investors see little room for optimism

    Emerging market investors are no strangers to sovereign debt crises, but few have been as perilous as the one facing Lebanon given a toxic combination of financial and political weaknesses and no obvious economic platform on which to build a recovery.

    U.S.
  • Trump's order taking aim at Twitter is 'bluster': legal experts

    U.S. President Donald Trump's attempt to curb what he says is social media censorship is a political gambit and will not change the legal obligations of companies like Twitter Inc and Facebook Inc, according to legal experts.

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  • Trump's order taking aim at Twitter is 'bluster'

    U.S. President Donald Trump's attempt to curb what he claims is social media censorship is a political gambit and will not change the legal obligations of companies like Twitter Inc and Facebook Inc , experts said.

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  • Trump's order taking aim at Twitter is 'bluster'

    U.S. President Donald Trump's attempt to curb what he claims is social media censorship is a political gambit and will not change the legal obligations of companies like Twitter Inc and Facebook Inc, experts said.

    U.S.
  • Alibaba extends its reach in China as coronavirus outbreak opens doors

    Alibaba Group Holding Ltd is emerging as one of China's biggest corporate winners of the coronavirus crisis, gaining the opportunity to expand its businesses and solidify its status as a critical part of the country's socio-economic engine.

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  • Alibaba extends its reach in China as coronavirus outbreak opens doors

    Alibaba Group Holding Ltd is emerging as one of China's biggest corporate winners of the coronavirus crisis, gaining the opportunity to expand its businesses and solidify its status as a critical part of the country's socio-economic engine.

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  • U.S. business to Trump: Go slowly on Hong Kong response

    Business groups are urging U.S. President Donald Trump to go slowly in responding to Bejing's planned imposition of new national security laws on Hong Kong, warning revoking the city's special U.S. privileges will hurt the territory and its people.

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  • U.S. business to Trump: Go slowly on Hong Kong response

    Business groups are urging U.S. President Donald Trump to go slowly in responding to Bejing's planned imposition of new national security laws on Hong Kong, warning revoking the city's special U.S. privileges will hurt the territory and its people.

    U.S.
  • 'Rally of hope': Why the S&P soared back past 3,000

    Unthinkable just two months ago as the world economy shut down in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. stock benchmark S&P 500 index broke through the psychologically-important 3,000 level on Tuesday, capping a 37% stock rally since its March low.

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  • Xi makes high-stakes power play in move to subdue Hong Kong

    For Chinese leader Xi Jinping it is a high-stakes power play. His move to impose tough national security laws on Hong Kong risks reigniting pro-democracy protests that plunged the city into chaos last year, increasing tensions in an already fraught relationship with the United States and undermining Hong Kong's status as a global financial hub.

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  • Xi makes high-stakes power play in move to subdue Hong Kong

    For Chinese leader Xi Jinping it is a high-stakes power play. His move to impose tough national security laws on Hong Kong risks reigniting pro-democracy protests that plunged the city into chaos last year, increasing tensions in an already fraught relationship with the United States and undermining Hong Kong's status as a global financial hub.

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  • Why bond investors are willing to bet on money-losing Pemex after oil price crash

    Mexico's state-owned oil company Petroleos Mexicanos has seen investor sentiment improve in recent weeks despite sky-high debts, a slump in demand and no clear direction about how the government will turn the money-losing driller around.

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  • U.S. strikes at a Huawei prize: chip juggernaut HiSilicon

    The latest U.S. government action against China's Huawei takes direct aim at the company's HiSilicon chip division -- a business that in a few short years has become central to China's ambitions in semiconductor technology but will now lose access to tools that are central to its success.

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  • Rudderless after a rally, stock markets look for next catalyst

    Global equity markets have shuffled up about 1% this month despite the world starting to re-open after the coronavirus-driven lockdowns and U.S. and European economic data showing glimmers of a recovery.

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  • U.S. strikes at a Huawei prize: chip juggernaut HiSilicon

    The latest U.S. government action against China's Huawei takes direct aim the company's HiSilicon chip division--a business that in a few short years has become central to China's ambitions in semiconductor technology but will now lose access to tools that are central to its success.

    U.S.
  • U.S. strikes at a Huawei prize: chip juggernaut HiSilicon

    The latest U.S. government action against China's Huawei takes direct aim the company's HiSilicon chip division--a business that in a few short years has become central to China's ambitions in semiconductor technology but will now lose access to tools that are central to its success.

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