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DENVER (Reuters) – Runways were cleared, the lights came back on and stranded motorists and airline passengers were back on the move on Thursday as the blizzard that pounded the U.S. Rocky Mountain and Plains states shoves eastward ...
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LONDON (Reuters) – British finance minister Philip Hammond said on Thursday the government would continue to seek to build lawmaker support for its twice defeated Brexit deal with a view to holding another parliamentary vote on it. On ...
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MILAN (Reuters) – Italy will protect strategic infrastructures such as telecoms and avoid transferring key know-how as part of an infrastructure accord it intends to sign with China, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte was quoted as saying. In an ...
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DUBAI, March 13 (Reuters) – Dubai-based lender Mashreq will close 50 percent of its branches this year as part of a digital transformation, its chief executive Abdulaziz al-Ghurair said on Wednesday. ...
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LONDON/DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran is discreetly scouring the globe for second-hand oil tankers to replace its ageing fleet and keep crucial crude exports flowing as U.S. sanctions start to bite, Iranian and Western sources said. Since U.S. President ...
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( The Washington Times ) Members of the Iraqi Parliament’s Defense and Security Committee announced Tuesday that they are pushing a vote on whether to end the bilateral agreement allowing U.S. forces to remain in country, citing in ...
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ISTANBUL, March 13 (Reuters) – Price pressures are limiting the extent to which Turkish inflation can continue to ease after last year’s run-up, even while a recent moderation in the lira and weak domestic demand helps, Turkey’s central ...
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BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Hungary’s pro-government media continued to publish anti-EU messages on Wednesday despite a promise by a government official to halt the campaign during talks with a centre-right European grouping on Tuesday. Government billboards against an EU ...
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LAGOS (Reuters) – Many people including school children are feared trapped in a building which collapsed in Nigeria’s commercial capital of Lagos on Wednesday, an emergency agency spokesman said. ...
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