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Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency faces new hurdle from G7 nations

The emerging technology, which is now mostly unregulated, like other cryptocurrencies, could also hinder cross-border efforts to fight money laundering and terror financing, and throw up problems for cyber security, taxation

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Netflix, Amazon Prime to be censored? Modi govt deliberating censorship on streaming platforms, say sources

The government's concern has been sparked by several court cases and complaints filed to the police in recent months, alleging that some content was obscene or insulted religious sentiment, said the government official, who h

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Donald Trump to host G7 summit at his Florida golf resort, sparking criticism

The Republican president faces criticism and a number of congressional investigations over his finances and potential conflicts of interest stemming from his real estate business, which he still owns.

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Donald Trump announces departure of Energy Secretary Rick Perry

The announcement came a day after the publication of an interview in which Perry said that -- on Trump's orders -- he had communicated with the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani over alleged corruption in Ukraine.

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Gold steady as Brexit deal lifts stocks, pressures dollar

Asian shares inched higher following Britain's deal with the European Union, with MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan up 0.1%.

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Oil prices steady, all eyes on data seen showing China GDP growth slowdown

Global benchmark Brent crude oil futures fell by 9 cents, 0.2%, to $59.82 a barrel by 0039 GMT.

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Global markets: Asian stocks track Brexit deal cheer but China caution prevails

Sterling, which had enjoyed its biggest rising streak since October 1985 and hit a five-month high on the back of the Brexit deal, gave up ground on Friday morning amid doubts that the agreement would receive parliamentary ap

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India gets closer to Indonesia as Malaysia’s Kashmir remark adds bitterness in relation

Indonesia is trying to return the favor by potentially buying more sugar and yarn from India.

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UK, EU hail new Brexit deal, but Parliament sign-off hangs in balance

However, the DUP, who have expressed concerns that the Brexit deal could cut Northern Ireland off from Britain in customs and regulatory terms, said there had been no change in their position following the confirmation of the

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US, Chinese teams working on Phase 1 trade deal text, says Steven Mnuchin

"As of now, there's no invitation and there's no plan" for a high-level meeting. "That doesn't mean we won't go," he said.

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Donald Trump upbeat on trade talks with EU, hints at reprieve for some duties on Italian products

Italian President Sergio Mattarella told reporters ahead of a meeting with Trump at the White House that he hoped the two allies could cooperate on trade issues and avoid retaliatory tariffs.

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Gold steady as disappointing US retail sales weigh on risk appetite

Spot gold inched 0.1% higher to $1,490.37 per ounce as of 0044 GMT.

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Oil prices fall as data points to huge build in US stocks

U.S. crude inventories soared by 10.5 million barrels to 432.5 million barrels in the week to Oct. 11, according to the American Petroleum Institute's weekly report, published ahead of official government stocks data due on T

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Donald Trump officials rush to Turkey as Moscow advances to fill Syria void from US retreat

The administration is trying to contain the fallout from Erdogan's decision to send forces last week to attack Syrian Kurdish militia that were Washington's close allies.

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Global markets: Global shares lose steam on weak US retail sales, Brexit in focus

The S&P 500 shed 0.20% the previous day after data showed U.S. retail sales contracted in September for the first time in seven months, in a potential sign that manufacturing-led weakness could be spreading to the broader eco

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Tayyip Erdogan says Turkey will never declare ceasefire in northern Syria

The YPG, the key component of the forces who fought Islamic State, is seen by Ankara as a terrorist group linked to Kurdish separatist insurgents in Turkey.

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‘Defiant message’ as North Korea’s Kim Jong Un rides white horse on sacred mountain

In the photos released by state news agency KCNA, Kim is seen riding alone on a large white horse through snowy fields and woods on Mt Paektu, the spiritual homeland of the Kim dynasty.

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Gold edges higher as Brexit uncertainty spurs safe-haven bid

Spot gold was up 0.2% at $1,484.49 per ounce as of 0130 GMT

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Oil prices edge higher on potential Brexit deal; OPEC signals of possible cuts

Global benchmark Brent crude oil futures had risen 11 cents to $58.85 by 0103 GMT, up about 0.2% from the previous day's close.

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Global markets: Asian shares cheered by Brexit deal hopes, sterling shines

Officials and diplomats involved in negotiations over the acrimonious divorce between the world's fifth-largest economy and its biggest trading bloc said that differences over the terms of the split had narrowed significantly

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Google launches AirPods-rival Pixel Buds alongside Pixelbook Go laptop

Google's efforts to develop its own hardware have generated mixed results since becoming a priority for the search company four years ago

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Keen to develop self-driving cars, Hyundai Motor Group unveils $35 bln investment plan

The plan, which Hyundai said encompasses autonomous, connected and electric cars as well as technology for ride-sharing, comes after the automaker and two of its affiliates announced an investment of $1.6 billion in a venture

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Typhoon Hagibis: Japan PM Shinzo Abe says disaster shelters should welcome all, including homeless

Staff at an evacuation centre in Tokyo's Taito ward turned two homeless people away on Saturday because they did not have an address, a ward official said.

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Typhoon Hagibis death toll rises to 66 as hopes for missing fade

About 138,000 households were without water while 24,000 lacked electricity, well down on the hundreds of thousands initially left without power but a cause for concern in northern areas where temperatures are falling.

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Donald Trump hits Turkey with tariffs, threatens sanctions over Syria incursion

Turkey launched the cross-border assault on Kurdish YPG militia on Wednesday after Trump withdrew some U.S. troops from the region, drawing sharp criticism from fellow Republicans who accused him abandoning allies who fought

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Donald Trump ex-Russia adviser Fiona Hill testifies in impeachment inquiry

Democratic Representative Jamie Raskin told reporters that Hill "was a remarkably thorough and authoritative witness" who recalled "particular events and particular meetings."

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