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Eight killed, dozens feared trapped after earthquake hits Philippines

The quake was initially reported as being of 6.3 magnitude and later revised down to 6.1 magnitude

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From king’s coronation to commoners, Thai astrology is everywhere

Many Thais, like Jaranun, go to fortune-tellers for everything from guidance on career and love to setting dates for important life events like weddings and business ventures.

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Nissan files criminal complaint against jailed ex-Chairman Carlos Ghosn

The Japanese automaker said it had filed the complaint after determining payments made by Nissan to an overseas vehicle sales company through a subsidiary had been directed by Ghosn for his personal enrichment.

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Dollar firm in thin post-holiday trade, loonie up as oil prices jump

The dollar edged up against key peers such as the euro and the yen on Monday, boosted by the relative strength of the U.S. economy, while losing ground against the Canadian dollar following a rise in crude oil prices. Financi

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Samsung Electronics delays Galaxy Fold media events in China

The reviewers' reports of broken screens went viral online and prompted the creation of hashtag #foldgate on Twitter.

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Oil prices rise on report U.S. will end all Iran oil sanction waivers

The report comes amid an oil market that is already relatively tight.

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Gold steadies near 4-month low as dollar gains in wake of U.S. data

Businesses across the eurozone stumbled into the second quarter as demand remained weak despite more modest price rises, surveys showed on Thursday.

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Asia stocks firm, crude hits 5-month high on Iran sanctions report

The index was still within touching distance of a 1-1/2-month peak reached on Thursday after steady U.S. retail sales data.

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Sudanese authorities arrest members of Bashir’s party

Thirty-nine protesters have been killed since the protests erupted in December

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UK PM Theresa May to be told to quit by top Conservative, says report

A top member of Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party will tell her in the coming week that she must step down by the end of June or her lawmakers will try again to depose her.

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Huawei funded by Chinese state, says US intelligence

The CIA accused Huawei of receiving funding from China’s National Security Commission, the People’s Liberation Army and a third branch of the Chinese state intelligence network

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Mike Pompeo says nothing’s changed on North Korea talks: ‘It’ll be my team’

In answer to a question, Pompeo said he believed it was possible to maintain diplomatic engagement with North Korea even without providing the sanctions relief it had been demanding.

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Mueller Report: Why the politically explosive probe has hardened the most strident in divided America

Mueller built an extensive case that Trump committed obstruction of justice but stopped short of concluding he had committed a crime, though he did not exonerate the president.

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China says Silk Road not geopolitical tool, understands concerns

China on Monday condemned as "slanderous" criticism U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made of Beijing's policies in South America last week.

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Daimler to seek 6 billion euros in cost savings at Mercedes

Manager Magazin said around 30,000 Mercedes-Benz cars with faulty vehicle electronics were produced at its plant in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, requiring expensive reworking which was causing production delays.

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World Cup 2019: Off-form Hashim Amla selected in South Africa’s WC squad

Faf du Plessis will captain the squad in England and Wales.

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Move over Alexa, Facebook now said to be working on voice assistant

Earlier in the day, CNBC reported about the development, saying that the team behind the technology has been contacting vendors in the smart speaker supply chain.

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Big trouble ahead for Facebook as another data leak compromises 1.5 million users

When an email password was entered, a message popped up saying it was "importing" contacts without asking for permission first, the report said.

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अफगानिस्तान: जंग के माहौल में 49 साल का माहिर शिकारी, खेल भी है और बाजार भी

Afghanistan Bird Hunting : 49 साल के जन आघा अबतक 1000 से ज्यादा सारस का शिकार कर चुके हैं.

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Samsung receives reports of Galaxy Fold screen problems, says to investigate

Reviewers of the new Galaxy Fold said they did not know what the problem was and Samsung did not provide answers.

Industry News

Oil prices extend losses despite surprise drop in U.S. inventories

U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were at $63.67 per barrel, down 9 cents, or 0.1 percent, from their previous settlement. WTI closed the last session down 0.5 percent.

Commodities News

Indian oil refiners turn to Opec, Mexico to make up for Iran loss

IOC, Iran’s biggest Indian client, will cut Iranian oil imports to 6 million tonne, or about 1,20,000 barrels per day, in the 2019-20 period from 9 million in 2018-19, and has raised the optional volumes it can buy from oth

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TikTok ban in India: Chinese video app vanishes from Google, Apple app stores after Madras HC order

The company employs more than 250 people in India and had plans for more investment as it expands the business, it said.

Industry News

Mercedes sells over 600 Maybachs per month in China: Here’s why

The Mercedes-Benz Maybach is one of the most luxurious cars money can buy. Customers in China especially look for cars with a longer wheelbase and a generous cabin space, especially at the rear.

Car News

Gold loses sheen: Yellow metal at near 4-month low as China GDP fuels risk

Gold prices stayed below the key $1,280 level on Wednesday, near a four-month trough, as better-than-expected economic readings from China lifted Asian shares and sharpened risk appetite, denting the metal's safe-haven appeal

Commodities News

BMW to recall 3,60,000 cars in China over Takata airbags: Affected models made between 2000 & 2018

Around 20 people have died in accidents linked to defects in Takata airbags since 2013, prompting a massive worldwide recall of at least 100 million cars from a wide range of manufacturers.

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