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14 Mar 2017
Le Parisien reports that French investigators want to know more about how conservative candidate François Fillon funded his daughter's wedding.
14 Mar 2017
New Yorkers buy snow shovels and snow melt ahead of a massive storm expected to hit northeastern U.S.
14 Mar 2017
Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam suggested a price cut of as much as $925 million for the deal to buy Yahoo's internet assets after revelations of massive online security breaches surfaced last year, according to a regulatory filing.
14 Mar 2017
Grounds crews at Trump National Golf Club in Los Angeles have had to cover a large patch of green where environmentalists carved a golf-themes message on the links.
14 Mar 2017
A diplomatic crisis between Turkey and the Netherlands deepens as both sides trade bitter accusations after Turkish ministers were blocked from holding rallies to win support for plans to expand the powers of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
14 Mar 2017
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is preparing to trigger Brexit in the last week of March after securing the permission of lawmakers to begin two years of talks with the European Union.
14 Mar 2017
Japan plans to dispatch its largest warship on a three-month tour through the South China Sea beginning in May, three sources said, in its biggest show of naval force in the region since World War Two.
13 Mar 2017
Social media fans in Jeddah attend the country's first ever YouTube FanFest, as Saudi Arabia gears to bring in more entertainment, one of the goals of the Vision 2030 economic plan.
13 Mar 2017
David Owen, chief European economist at Jefferies, discusses Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon saying she will begin the legal process of preparing for a second referendum on Scottish independence in response to Brexit.
13 Mar 2017
We look at fiery reactions from both the Turkish and Dutch press to an escalating row between the two countries.
13 Mar 2017
MPs are expected to reject Lords' amendments to the Brexit bill as they debate it for a second time, paving the way for Prime Minister Theresa May to trigger Article 50 as early as Tuesday.
13 Mar 2017
About 60 elephants in Thailand's Ayutthaya enjoy a fruit buffet to commemorate Elephant Day, in order to raise awareness and end their exploitation.

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