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Lebanon receives Interpol notice for its central bank governor who was no-show at Paris questioning
Lebanon has received an Interpol notice for the country’s embattled central bank governor who failed to answer summons and show up in Paris earlier...
Sean Penn, backing WGA strike, calls Producers Guild the 'Bankers Guild' at Cannes Film Festival
Sean Penn has strongly backed the current Hollywood screenwriters strike while speaking at the Cannes Film Festival on Friday, saying the dispute...
Canadian airline WestJet, pilots reach 11th-hour deal as strike averted
Canada’s second-largest airline WestJet and its pilots union say they have reached a last-minute deal to avert a strike on Friday before a holiday...
Ukraine's president begins visit to Saudi Arabia, aims to enhance ties with Arab world
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has announced that he has begun a visit to Saudi Arabia where Arab leaders are holding a summit
Britain unveils $1.2B strategy to boost computer chip industry
Britain’s government has unveiled its long-awaited semiconductor strategy
Stock market today: Asian shares mostly rise on hopes for US debt deal, but China declines
Asian shares are mostly higher as hopes grow that the U.S. Congress will reach a deal to avoid a default on the nation’s debt
Out of bailout spotlight, Greeks feeling recovery pains at election
Greeks will head to the polls on Sunday to elect a leader who will have more control over the country’s economy for the first time in over a decade
China's Xi meets Central Asian leaders, calls for trade, energy development
Chinese leader Xi Jinping has promised to build more railway and other trade links with Central Asia and proposed jointly developing oil and gas...
Dubai's next big thing? Perhaps a $5 billion man-made 'moon' as the city's real estate market booms
A proposed $5 billion real estate project wants to take skyscraper-studded Dubai to new heights — by bringing a symbol of the heavens down to Earth
Detroit enclave city built on auto industry struggles under $20M water debt
A small enclave of Detroit is considering municipal bankruptcy to help rid itself of a decades-old water debt that has grown to about $20 million...
South Korea to send 21-member team to Japan to review discharge plans at Fukushima nuclear plant
South Korea will send a 21-member team of government experts to Japan next week to visit the Fukushima nuclear power plant where they will review...
Most say pair debt limit increase with deficit cuts, but few following debate closely: AP-NORC poll
A new poll finds that most U.S. adults say they are highly concerned about the impact on the national economy if the U.S. debt limit is not...
Twitter accuses Microsoft of misusing its data, foreshadowing a possible fight over AI
A lawyer for Twitter owner Elon Musk accused Microsoft of misusing the service’s data and demanded an audit from the software giant
G7 stance on China complicated by huge stakes in economic ties, cooperation on global issues
Leaders of the Group of Seven advanced economies are generally united in voicing concern about China
TikTok users file lawsuit against Montana over first-in-nation law banning app
Five TikTok creators have filed a lawsuit to overturn a planned ban on the video sharing app in Montana
California lawmakers block bill allowing people to sue oil companies over health problems
California legislative committees in the Assembly and Senate blocked two big climate bills Thursday