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Japan protests after Chinese ships sail near disputed islets | Reuters

Aug 05, 2016

Japan protests after Chinese ships sail near disputed islets | Reuters

TOKYO Japan protested to China on Friday after Chinese coastguard ships and fishing vessels entered what Tokyo considers its territorial waters around a group of disputed islets, the Japanese foreign ministry said. #United States #Economy #India #United Kingdom #Foreign policy #japanese #article
Ally of drug lord 'El Chapo' back in Mexico after U.S. prison time | Reuters

Jun 16, 2016

Ally of drug lord 'El Chapo' back in Mexico after U.S. prison time | Reuters

MEXICO CITY A top drug-trafficking accomplice of Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman was detained in Mexico on Wednesday, shortly after he was returned from the United States after completing a prison sentence for distributing cocaine. Hector 'El Guero' Palma was a former partner of Guzman, the head of the powerful Sinaloa cartel who is now fighting extradition to the United States from a Mexican prison. Palma was rearrested by officials on his repatriation to Matamoros, a town directly across the U.S. #markets #Argentina #Mexico #japanese #article
FBI probes Craigslist ad in San Diego praising Orlando shooting | Reuters

Jun 16, 2016

FBI probes Craigslist ad in San Diego praising Orlando shooting | Reuters

The FBI and San Diego police are investigating a threatening message posted on Craigslist that praised the shooting rampage at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, officials said on Wednesday. Darrell Foxworth, a spokesman for the Federal Bureau of Investigation's San Diego division, confirmed the agency was looking into the post and attempting to identify the person responsible. Both the FBI and San Diego police said there were no known credible threats to the region #India #Middle East #Florida #California #japanese #article
No birth defects seen in babies exposed to Zika late in pregnancy: study | Reuters

Jun 16, 2016

No birth defects seen in babies exposed to Zika late in pregnancy: study | Reuters

CHICAGO A study of Zika infections in Colombia has found no obvious birth defects among women infected during the third trimester of pregnancy, raising hopes that Zika may not cause serious harm to the fetus when mothers are infected later in pregnancy. #United States #Brazil #Middle East #Health #markets #japanese
Brazil's Temer denies alleged link to Petrobras scandal | Reuters

Jun 16, 2016

Brazil's Temer denies alleged link to Petrobras scandal | Reuters

BRASILIA Brazil's interim President Michel Temer denied on Wednesday allegations that he sought campaign funds for his party stemming from a graft scheme at state oil company Petrobras ( PETR4.SA ), implicating him in the country's biggest ever corruption scandal. A plea deal by former Petrobras executive Sergio Machado, made public by the Supreme Court on Wednesday, said a campaign contribution requested by Temer was made legally by engineering group Queiroz Galvao but resulted from a kickback on contracts with Petrobras. #India #science #markets #Crime #United Kingdom #japanese
Rubio considers running for re-election to U.S. Senate | Reuters

Jun 16, 2016

Rubio considers running for re-election to U.S. Senate | Reuters

WASHINGTON U.S. Senator Marco Rubio of Florida said on Wednesday he is considering running for re-election and may decide to jump into the race as early as this weekend, a move that could help Republicans retain their majority in the U.S. #United States #Economy #markets #Election #japanese
Trump backs surveillance of mosques despite criticism of rhetoric | Reuters

Jun 16, 2016

Trump backs surveillance of mosques despite criticism of rhetoric | Reuters

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Wednesday called for surveillance of mosques as part of U.S. #United States #Islam #Afghanistan #Election #japanese #Georgia
Sanders not ending campaign in Thursday's video speech - spokesman | Reuters

Jun 16, 2016

Sanders not ending campaign in Thursday's video speech - spokesman | Reuters

WASHINGTON Bernie Sanders does not plan to suspend his campaign and endorse presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in a video speech to supporters on Thursday, focusing instead on ways to pursue his policy agenda and reform goals, a spokesman said. Sanders, who has resisted pressure to exit the race and back Clinton in a show of party unity since she clinched the Democratic nomination last week, will address supporters nationwide on a video live stream on Thursday night. That raised expectations Sanders might formally pull the plug on his campaign. #Sports #Economy #Middle East #science #markets #Election #japanese
Coral bright spots offer clues to protecting threatened reefs | Reuters

Jun 16, 2016

Coral bright spots offer clues to protecting threatened reefs | Reuters

OSLO Some coral reefs are thriving and scientists say they may guide efforts to curb threats such as over-fishing and climate change which are blamed for widespread global declines. #science #markets #United Kingdom #Jamaica #Entertainment #japanese