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Malaysia, Singapore sign agreement to defer construction of high speed rail to 2020

The government of Malaysia and Singapore signed an agreement on Wednesday to defer the construction of the high speed rail (HSR) project linking the...

U.S. soldier killed in apparent insider attack in Afghanistan

One U.S. service member of U.S.-led NATO coalition forces was killed and another wounded following an apparent insider attack in eastern Afghanistan on Monday,...

China, Africa agree to build even stronger community with shared future

China and African countries agreed to work together toward an even stronger community with a shared future, according to a declaration adopted Tuesday at...

PTI’s candidate Arif Alvi wins Pakistan’s presidential election

The ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's (PTI) candidate Arif Alvi won the presidential election of the country with an overwhelming lead on Tuesday, according to local...

Britain’s competition watchdog takes ticket reseller Viagogo to court

(Reuters) - Britain’s competition watchdog said on Friday it would take ticket reseller Viagogo to court after the company failed to make changes to...

Idris Elba gets behind the camera for crime drama ‘Yardie’

LONDON (Reuters) - British actor Idris Elba goes behind the camera for his directorial debut “Yardie”, a crime drama he says will offer young...

UK considers banning ‘energy drink’ sales to children in England

LONDON (Reuters) - The sale of high-caffeine soft drinks to children could be banned in England, the British government said on Thursday, citing public...

Prince Harry and Meghan attend hit musical Hamilton in London

LONDON (Reuters) - Prince Harry and his wife Meghan attended a performance of the hit musical Hamilton on Wednesday to raise money for a...

UK shop prices rise for first time in over five years – BRC

LONDON,(Reuters) - - British shop prices rose for the first time in more than five years in August but by less than broader measures...

Britain will use aid budget to boost trade in Africa – PM May

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Britain will use its international aid budget to boost its own interests while also seeking to deepen trade ties with...

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