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Sinn Fein to Protest in DUP Leader’s Hometown Over Irish Border Dispute

Sinn Fein to Protest in DUP Leader’s Hometown Over Irish Border Dispute

As Brexit threatens to tear up the rules that helped bring peace to Northern Ireland, those who want to protect the open border with the Republic of Ireland are taking to the streets to protest.
Argentine Judge Calls for Arrest of Ex-President Fernandez

Argentine Judge Calls for Arrest of Ex-President Fernandez

An Argentine judge called on Congress to strip former President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner of her immunity as a senator so she can be arrested after bringing charges of treason, aggravated
Ford Now Plans to Move Production of Electric SUVs From Michigan to Mexico

Ford Now Plans to Move Production of Electric SUVs From Michigan to Mexico

Ford Motor Co. is changing gears again in Mexico, shifting planned production of a small electric-powered sport utility vehicle to a plant south of the border instead of a Michigan factory.
May's Defense Chief Says Kill Jihadis Before Allowing Them Home

May's Defense Chief Says Kill Jihadis Before Allowing Them Home

British citizens who fought for the Islamic State abroad are better off dead and should be stopped from returning home, according to the country’s new defense chief.
White Zimbabwean Farmer Has Land Returned Under New Government

White Zimbabwean Farmer Has Land Returned Under New Government

Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa ordered that a white Zimbabwean farmer evicted from his land in June be allowed to return, signaling a shift in land-ownership policy from predecessor Robert
Hamas Calls for Violence Over U.S. Embassy Move

Hamas Calls for Violence Over U.S. Embassy Move

Reaction to President Donald Trump's declaration that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel has varied from praise among Republican leadership, to condemnation from global leaders, and calls for a third
Five Ways Steinhoff Could Try to Save Itself If It Acts Swiftly

Five Ways Steinhoff Could Try to Save Itself If It Acts Swiftly

Steinhoff International Holdings NV’s attempts to arrest the fallout over accounting irregularities have failed to restore investor trust. Despite three statements from the company in the past 48
May and Juncker Meet in Brussels as Deal Expected: Brexit Update

May and Juncker Meet in Brussels as Deal Expected: Brexit Update

Theresa May is against the clock to come up with concessions so that deadlocked Brexit talks can finally move on to trade.
Johnson Says West Failed Syria, Left Pitch ‘Wide Open’ to Russia

Johnson Says West Failed Syria, Left Pitch ‘Wide Open’ to Russia

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson faulted Western leadership in Syria, specifically for setting out red lines for intervention and then failing to follow through with the removal of President
Balance of Power: Consequences Come Quickly on Jerusalem Move

Balance of Power: Consequences Come Quickly on Jerusalem Move

President Donald Trump might have expected Palestinian anger over his recognition of disputed Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Even he may be shocked by the vehemence of the reaction.
Italy Records Europe's Biggest Rise in People at Risk of Poverty

Italy Records Europe's Biggest Rise in People at Risk of Poverty

Italians at risk of poverty rose by more than 3 million since the 2008 financial crisis, marking the biggest increase among European nations. The trend continued last year despite the country’s return
Polish Ruling Party Set to Switch Prime Ministers

Polish Ruling Party Set to Switch Prime Ministers

Poland’s ruling party is set to switch prime ministers halfway into the parliamentary term to refocus on the economy after spending the last two years on political reforms, with Finance Minister
Why the Stock Wobble Isn’t Helping Gold

Why the Stock Wobble Isn’t Helping Gold

Falling stock prices and geopolitical risks haven’t done much to support gold amid expectations of tighter U.S. monetary policy.

Kaspersky to Close Washington Office But Expand Non-State Sales

A Russian software-maker, whose products are banned for use in federal information systems by the U.S. government, is seeking to remain in the North American market and prove its products have no
Pound Falls a 3rd Day as Brexit Headlines Signal No Progress

Pound Falls a 3rd Day as Brexit Headlines Signal No Progress

The pound fell for a third day as Brexit headlines suggested discussions remained deadlocked ahead of an imminent deadline to move talks onto trade.
Homebuying Doesn’t Hinge on the Mortgage Tax Break

Homebuying Doesn’t Hinge on the Mortgage Tax Break

One of America’s most popular tax breaks is about to be rendered nearly useless. And there are few economists rushing to defend it.
The Superstar Lawyer Tied to Harvey Weinstein Isn’t Panicked

The Superstar Lawyer Tied to Harvey Weinstein Isn’t Panicked

David Boies has represented some of the biggest and most controversial names in the business. Can his reputation survive his entanglements?
IMF’s Christine Lagarde Slams Ukraine Over Corruption

IMF’s Christine Lagarde Slams Ukraine Over Corruption

The International Monetary Fund urged Ukraine to end attacks on its anti-graft agencies, joining a growing chorus of criticism of the country’s reform efforts that already includes the U.S. and the
The High-Powered Lawyers Fighting Over AT&T’s Future

The High-Powered Lawyers Fighting Over AT&T’s Future

A who’s who: The new U.S. antitrust chief, who has sued to block the deal with Time Warner, takes on Daniel Petrocelli, who defended the president in the Trump University litigation. Et al.
Firms Making Predatory Mortgages to Veterans Face Crackdown

Firms Making Predatory Mortgages to Veterans Face Crackdown

The U.S. is taking steps to stamp out the practice of servicemembers and veterans being pressured into taking mortgages they don’t need, a move that officials say will lower consumer costs and could