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Nov 13, 2017
At ASEAN Summit, Donald Trump hails 'great relationship' with Philippine president Rodrigo DuterteDonald Trump declared Monday he had a "great relationship" with Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte, a self-proclaimed killer who is waging a drugs war that rights groups say involves mass murder, as the leaders joked with each other in Manila.
Nov 11, 2017
Vietnam APEC summit: Eleven nations under Trans Pacific Partnership agree on major trade dealsMembers of Trans Pacific Partnership agree on major trade deal at APEC Summit in Vietnam
Nov 11, 2017
After Donald Trump pulls US out of Trans Pacific Partnership, 11 Asia-Pacific nations agree on major trade dealTrade ministers from 11 Asia-Pacific countries agreed on Saturday to press ahead with a major trade deal without the United States
Nov 07, 2017
'Rich individuals will do anything to not pay taxes': How leaders, corporations across the world reacted to Paradise Papers leakRevelations of the Paradise Papers, a leak of financial documents and an probe into offshore and banking assets, has caused ripples throughout the world.
Nov 06, 2017
Montreal gets first woman Mayor: Rookie Valerie Plante beats veteran minister Denis CoderreThe city of Montreal has elected its first woman mayor, voting in leftist rookie politician Valerie Plante
Nov 05, 2017
Amazon to open second corporate office in Vancouver; double staff by 2020Amazon officials did not answer questions on whether the new office was in response to difficulties bringing foreign talent to its US offices.
Oct 31, 2017
Punjab Police claims insurgency is returning to state, activists term recent arrests a ploy to evade questions on developmentPunjab Police claims it has arrested several youths and busted groups who have been communicating with terrorist outfits, and working for them as sleeper cells
Oct 23, 2017
Amazon receives 238 proposals from across North America to host the company's second HQAmazon said 54 states, provinces, districts and territories in the United States, Canada and Mexico were represented in the bids.
Oct 20, 2017
US hasn't seen significant change in Pakistan's support to terror groups, says top officialThe US "has not seen a significant change" in Pakistan's selective support to terror groups operating from its soil to threaten regional stability in Kashmir, or against American interests and Afghanistan, a top Trump administration official said on Friday.
Oct 19, 2017
Canada's Quebec province passes law banning veils in public sector; rights groups say move marginalises Muslim womenQuebec will ban face coverings such as veils or niqabs for people giving or receiving provincial government services under a law passed on Wednesday