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Bomb fragments found in Yemen tie US weapons to string of civilian deaths over course of bloody civil war

China says it will never use its currency as a weapon in the trade war

Alibaba is getting into the chipmaking business

Brexit is already disrupting UK carmakers

'It's going to be a mess' : Jack Ma warns trade war could last 20 years

What they're saying about the trade war at China's 'Davos'

Girls transform 'floating slum' by learning to code

Teen's app changes lives in her impoverished community
See how one girl from CNN Hero Abisoye Ajayi-Akinfolarin's program is using technology to solve a problem in her community?a 'floating slum'?in Lagos, Nigeria.

 
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Can Islamist moderates remake the politics of the Muslim world?

Can Islamist moderates remake the politics of the Muslim world?Alaa Faroukh insists he is the future. The jovial psychologist with a toothy smile, who can quote Freud as easily as he can recite the Quran, is speaking from his airy Amman clinic, located one floor below the headquarters of the Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood, the very movement he left. Faroukh is symbolic of a shift sweeping through parts of the Arab world.



As cannabis comes to Canada, communities welcome accompanying job boom

As cannabis comes to Canada, communities welcome accompanying job boom?All of you who have come in right now are coming into a business that?s right at the very beginning,? Mr. Davloor tells the three dozen employees gathered at company headquarters in Kincardine, a municipality of about 11,000 on Lake Huron. Adam Schacher, a team lead hired six months ago, breaks in.



In trial for eco-activist's murder, push for a full picture of justice

In trial for eco-activist's murder, push for a full picture of justiceThe long-awaited criminal trial for the murder of environmental activist Berta Cáceres sputtered to a halt before it could begin this week, underscoring the prevalence of violence against environmental defenders and widespread impunity across Latin America. Here in one of the world?s most dangerous places for environmental defenders, their murders rarely result in anyone being held accountable, observers say. The appeals could delay the case for days ? or possibly months ? but Cáceres? family say it is the only way to ensure true justice for the victim and her accused killers.



What has changed since Anita Hill? Female senators who were there weigh in

What has changed since Anita Hill? Female senators who were there weigh inOn a weekend in October of 1991, more than 20 million American households watched as Anita Hill testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee that Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas had sexually harassed her. In her testimony, Ms. Hill, a law professor, described numerous instances of Mr. Thomas using inappropriate sexual language and making unwanted overtures when she worked for him at the Department of Education and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in the 1980s. Thomas denied any wrongdoing and famously described the proceedings as a ?high-tech lynching.? In the end, the Senate voted 52-48 to confirm him.



  Trump on Sessions: 'I don't have an attorney general'
In his fiercest attack yet on Jeff Sessions, the US president says he is "very disappointed".
Florence: Two patients dead after van swept away in floods
A van carrying two mental health patients in South Carolina was overtaken by floods. officials say.
Nawaz Sharif: Ex-PM and daughter released from Pakistan prison
Pakistan's ex-prime minister, his daughter and son-in-law have all had their jail terms suspended.
Hong Kong yoga ball: Man found guilty of killing wife and daughter
A Hong Kong court finds a doctor guilty of killing his wife and daughter with a gas-filled yoga ball.
North Korea's Kim Jong-un agrees to shut missile site
South Korea's president says he and his North Korea counterpart have agreed ways to achieve denuclearisation.
Mustafa Badreddine Street sparks outrage in Lebanon
A Beirut street is named after a late Hezbollah commander who was accused of assassinating Rafik Hariri.
French police investigate gang rape videos aired on Snapchat
Videos show four men assaulted a woman, 19, near a Toulouse nightclub at the weekend, prosecutors say.
Alexandre Benalla: Former Macron aide quizzed by French senate
Alexandre Benalla defends himself in front of the French senate in the wake of a political scandal.
French police seize 20 tonnes of Eiffel Tower souvenirs
French police have dismantled a network selling the small metal souvenirs to tourists across Paris.
South Korean director Lee Yoon-Taek jailed for sex assaults
Theatre director Lee Yoon-Taek was accused by multiple women in the wake of the #MeToo movement.
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Bulgaria pledges solidarity with Hungary in rights standoff with EU
Bulgaria will support Hungary in its standoff with the European Union over its democratic record, a Bulgarian deputy prime minister said on Wednesday, adding that the countries of eastern Europe had to stand together in their dealings with Brussels.

U.S. seeking to negotiate a treaty with Iran: special envoy
The United States is seeking to negotiate a treaty with Iran that will cover both its ballistic missile and nuclear programs, the U.S. special envoy for Iran said on Wednesday ahead of U.N. meetings in New York next week.

Divisive Brazil election careens into 'dangerous' polarization
Brazil's presidential campaign, already the most divisive since the end of military rule three decades ago, has become even more polarized, raising concerns about the future of the country's democracy.

Russian official calls for rare vote re-run over fraud in Far East
Russia's top election official recommended on Wednesday that a regional election be re-run following allegations that it had been rigged to secure victory for the Kremlin's candidate.

Needs more work: EU criticizes May's Brexit plan
Other European leaders pushed back against Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan on Wednesday, hours before she was due to try to sell it to them at a summit in Austria.