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Brother of Algeria’s Bouteflika, Intel Chiefs Sentenced to Jail

Brother of Algeria’s Bouteflika, Intel Chiefs Sentenced to Jail

Former Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s brother and two powerful former intelligence chiefs were sentenced early Wednesday to 15 years on charges of conspiring against the military, in an
Trump, Rouhani Urged to Talk Amid Macron's Shuttle Diplomacy

Trump, Rouhani Urged to Talk Amid Macron's Shuttle Diplomacy

French President Emmanuel Macron met separately with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday as he continued to press for the leaders to meet on the sidelines of
Putin-Linked Mercenaries Are Fighting on Libya’s Front Lines

Putin-Linked Mercenaries Are Fighting on Libya’s Front Lines

A private army linked to Russian President Vladimir Putin has begun fighting on the front lines of the Libyan war, according to people familiar with the matter, the latest projection of Russian power
Costs Rise Again for U.K. Hinkley Point Nuclear Project

Costs Rise Again for U.K. Hinkley Point Nuclear Project

Hinkley Point units are U.K.’s first new reactors for decades
Brexit Bulletin: The Wrath of Parliament

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Brussels Edition: Recession Fears, Balkan Dreams, Trade Spats

Brussels Edition: Recession Fears, Balkan Dreams, Trade Spats

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Over 300 Students, Police Injured in Protests Over New Indonesia Corruption Law

Over 300 Students, Police Injured in Protests Over New Indonesia Corruption Law

Jakarta, Indonesia (AP) -- More than 300 university students and police in Indonesia's capital have been treated at hospitals after clashes during protests sparked by a new law that critics say
Trump Uses UN Speech to Hit China Over Trade Weeks Before Talks

Trump Uses UN Speech to Hit China Over Trade Weeks Before Talks

U.S. President Donald Trump used his speech at the United Nations General Assembly to reiterate complaints about China’s trade practices just weeks before negotiators from both sides are due to meet
A Hong Kong Billionaire Family on Why the Rich Need to Help

A Hong Kong Billionaire Family on Why the Rich Need to Help

Sham Shui Po, one of Hong Kong’s poorest districts, is a concrete warren of rag traders and cheap street stalls that was once a hub for refugees. More recently, it’s become a battleground for the
Merkel May Double Price of CO2 Emissions to Win Support for Plan

Merkel May Double Price of CO2 Emissions to Win Support for Plan

Chancellor Angela Merkel’s $60 billion climate package is likely to be upgraded by parliament amid growing criticism that it’s too timid, according to people with direct knowledge of the government’s
Italy Weighs Showing EU Three Separate Monte Paschi Exit Plans

Italy Weighs Showing EU Three Separate Monte Paschi Exit Plans

Italy’s government may present the European Commission with three possible exit strategies for its majority stake in Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA as a year-end deadline for the plan approaches.
Indonesian Protests Over New Laws Cloud Business Sentiment

Indonesian Protests Over New Laws Cloud Business Sentiment

Protesters rallied for a third day in Indonesia against a number of controversial laws amid concern the violent public demonstrations risk damaging growth and stability in Southeast Asia’s biggest
Deadly Shooting of Woman Carrying Child Shakes Sweden Awake

Deadly Shooting of Woman Carrying Child Shakes Sweden Awake

When an 18-year-old woman was shot dead in Stockholm’s Vallingby suburb in late August, something snapped.
U.K. Is Having a 'Political Nervous Breakdown,' Citi's Fordham Says

U.K. Is Having a 'Political Nervous Breakdown,' Citi's Fordham Says

Tina Fordham, Citigroup Inc. managing director and chief global political analyst, discusses the prospects for Brexit with Bloomberg's Romaine Bostick, Caroline Hyde and Joe Weisenthal on "Bloomberg
Ivanka Trump Visits Troubled Argentina, Bringing Cash for Roads

Ivanka Trump Visits Troubled Argentina, Bringing Cash for Roads

The U.S. government approved $400 million in financing for Argentina’s road network during a visit by Ivanka Trump, the U.S. President’s daughter and adviser, to the Latin American country that’s
U.K. Labour's Corbyn Discusses Oct. 29 Election Plan With SNP

U.K. Labour's Corbyn Discusses Oct. 29 Election Plan With SNP

Britain’s main opposition political parties are drawing up plans to push for a general election on Oct. 29, as they seek to outmaneuver Prime Minister Boris Johnson over Brexit.
U.S. Using Trade War to Slow China's Economic Rise, Citi's Fordham Says

U.S. Using Trade War to Slow China's Economic Rise, Citi's Fordham Says

Tina Fordham, Citigroup Inc. managing director and chief global political analyst, discusses the economic implications of the China-U.S. trade war. She speaks with Bloomberg's Romaine Bostick,
Fears Over U.S. Missile Shield in a Japan Suburb Hobble Abe’s Plan

Fears Over U.S. Missile Shield in a Japan Suburb Hobble Abe’s Plan

The sleepy northwestern Japanese suburb of Araya seemed like the perfect place for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to put a U.S. anti-missile system. The area had reliably backed the ruling party and had