US: Kamala Harris lands in Guatemala for first trip as VP
07 June 2021 | 12:45 pm
The US vice president is set to talk migration, corruption and investment with Guatemalan and Mexican leaders. Washington is also expected to announce new measures to curb human trafficking.
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The Federal Trade Commission on Thursday sued to block Microsoft's planned $69 billion takeover of video game company Activision Blizzard, saying it could suppress competitors to Microsoft's Xbox game consoles and its growing games subscription business.
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Former Minneapolis police officer Alexander Kueng's second-degree manslaughter sentence — three and a half years in total — is one step forward for the Floyd family towards finding justice.
Russia and Iran are collaborating more closely than ever in the areas of fighter jets and lethal drones, according to US intelligence. Moscow has rebuked Washington's assessment, as the invasion of Ukraine presses on.
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