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Calls grew on Monday for an international response to an alleged chemical weapons attack on a rebel-held Syrian town, with the United States warning that it was not excluding military

Twitter said Thursday it has suspended over one million accounts for "promotion of terrorism" since 2015, claiming its efforts have begun to make the platform "an undesirable place" to call

 

China unveiled plans Wednesday to hit major US exports worth $50 billion such as soybeans, cars and small airplanes with retaliatory tariffs in an escalating trade duel between the world's

 

French rail workers kicked off three months of rolling strikes Tuesday, part of a wave of industrial action that will test President Emmanuel Macron's resolve to reshape France with sweeping

David Warner apologised Thursday for his part in a cheating scandal that has shocked the cricketing world and seen sponsors desert the game in Australia, as disgraced skipper Steve Smith

The world's largest economy grew significantly faster at the end of 2017 than previously reported, with revised data showing stronger consumer spending and business investment,

At least 53 people were killed when a fire ravaged a busy shopping centre in an industrial city in Siberia, with many more reported still missing on Monday, including children.

German police on Sunday arrested Catalonia's former president Carles Puigdemont as he crossed the border with Denmark by car, after Spain's Supreme Court vowed to prosecute key

Syrian rebels and civilians waited several hours on Saturday to be evacuated from the penultimate opposition-held pocket of Eastern Ghouta, as the government moved ever closer to

China warned the United States on Friday that it was "not afraid of a trade war" as it threatened tariffs on $3 billion worth of US goods in retaliation over President Donald Trump's moves