Death tolls creep up in air strikes and clashes over the last four days.
The US-backed YPG blocked a 10-truck convoy carrying basic necessities for civilians of Syrian city of Hajin on the eastern bank of the Euphrates River, according to the Russian Defense Ministry.
As the US government reopens on Monday, after a five-week shutdown, S&P Global Ratings says the move has caused the loss of $6 billion to the US economy.
Hezbollah should be careful what it wishes for because if the stalemate continues, then chaos could be the perfect setting for a potential Israeli strike.
Tesla cuts prices by knocking $2,000 off each of its model 3. The company said the cuts will help the customers to deal with the loss of a $7,500 federal tax credit.
Asian equities were shaky following a Christmas eve Wall Street plunge, as investors remain wary of chaos in Washington, President Trump's attack on the nominally independent Federal Reserve, and a partial government shutdown over a border wall.
The UK government makes it seem as if they are going into a 'no-deal' contingency mode, but the truth is that they aren't preparing for one in earnest.
The US requested the extradition of Ng Chong Hwa – a Malaysian former managing director at the bank – over the 1MDB money laundering and corruption scandal, which played a role in the electoral defeat of former prime minister Najib Razak.
Seda Basay-Yildiz and her young daughter were threatened by five German police officers in an anonymous fax message.
France, Italy, Spain and Greece have been experiencing economic recessions, causing difficulties for their citizens.
Described as the worst upheaval since the 1968 student riots, the country's economy has received a battering worth one billion dollar.
Since 2009, devastating oil spills have exposed thousands of fishermen and farmers in the oil-rich kingdom to toxic substances, affecting their health and destroying their farmlands and rivers. The clean-up process, however, is too slow.
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