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Ashes 2019: Jofra Archer’s 6-wicket haul gives England advantage over Australia

Archer took his tally for the series to 22 wickets, becoming the first England bowler to take two six-wicket hauls in an Ashes series since Ian Botham in 1981.

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Donald Trump says he will unveil ‘middle-income’ tax plan in 2020

Trump has said his administration was considering potential tax cuts, seeking to play down market anxieties over a possible recession.

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Donald Trump will not pick Mike Pompeo as national security adviser, has 15 candidates

Trump said he spoke to Pompeo about the idea and the secretary of state "liked the idea of having somebody in there with him."

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Ashes 2019: Jos Buttler takes England to 271 after yet another collapse on Day 1 of final Test

The Australians, who have retained the Ashes, dropped England captain Joe Root three times as he made 57 but the hosts failed to take full advantage.

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Joe Biden clashes with Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders on healthcare in Democratic 2020 debate

With the top 10 Democratic candidates sharing the debate stage for the first time in Houston, the contenders spent more time expressing their shared opposition to Republican President Donald Trump and pared back some of the b

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South Korea’s Moon, Trump expected to meet at UN amid hopes for new North Korea talks

The announcement came days after North Korea said it was willing to reopen denuclearisation talks with the United States within the month.

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Gold treads water as trade optimism lifts risk assets

Spot gold was trading flat at $1,497.81 per ounce, as of 0105 GMT.

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Oil falls as spectre of US-China trade war haunts market

Gloom over the dispute between Washington and Beijing left investors shrugging off a commitment from Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) producers to trim output, with more signs emerging that global econ

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Global markets: Asian shares advance on US-China trade hopes, ECB stimulus

Sentiment was also supported by U.S. President Donald Trump's announcement that his administration would unveil a tax overhaul plan aimed at middle-income households next year.

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Toyota experimenting with solar panels on a Prius: Aims to develop a plugless EV

In the Japanese government-funded demonstration project, Toyota engineers fitted solar panels to the hood, roof, rear window and spoiler to see how much range can be extracted.

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US, China grant trade concessions as fresh talks loom

China's decision to exempt some U.S. goods was a "big move" by Beijing and a positive gesture before trade negotiators from both countries meet in Washington, Trump told reporters at the White House.

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Gold slips as thaw in Sino-US trade woes lift equities

Asian stocks rose on hopes for a thaw in U.S.-China trade frictions and expectations that the ECB will kick off another wave of monetary easing by global central banks.

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Oil rises as US, China swap concessions in trade war, inventories fall

The rise came after China moved to exempt some U.S. anti-cancer drugs and other goods from tariffs, while President Donald Trump announced a delay to scheduled tariff hikes on billions of dollars' worth of Chinese goods.

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Global markets: Asian stocks rise on hopes for US-China trade, monetary stimulus

Australian shares were up 0.41%. U.S. stock futures jumped and safe-havens such as the yen and gold fell after U.S. President Donald Trump agreed to delay an additional increase in tariffs on Chinese goods by two weeks at the

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Mexico sees diminished threat of US tariffs after effort to curb migration

It is aimed at discouraging them from pursuing claims and has led to backlogs in US immigration courts. 

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Brexit in chaos after court rules PM Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament was unlawful

The divisions in the opposition Labour Party over Brexit were on display on Wednesday, when its deputy leader, Tom Watson, said he supported pressing for a second referendum before an early national election.

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Explained: Details on how Canada’s federal election works

Canada is a parliamentary democracy where the party that controls the greatest number of seats in the legislature forms a government.

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Ashes 2019: England drop Jason Roy for final Ashes test

They are replaced by all-rounder Sam Curran and Chris Woakes. Ben Stokes will play as a batsman only after injuring his shoulder at Old Trafford.

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Australian skipper Tim Paine will not give up captaincy meekly

However, Australia's first Ashes retention on English soil since 2001 was a triumph for Paine, who was credited for helping guide the side out of the dark days that followed the ball-tampering scandal.

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India’s selectors face call to solve opening woes

The only player in the world with three double hundreds in one-day internationals, Rohit bats in the middle order in the longest format but has never really flourished on the test stage.

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Kremlin says its spies are looking into case of suspected CIA mole

CNN reported on Monday that the United States had successfully extracted one of its highest-level covert sources inside Russia in 2017.

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Apple iPhone 11 draws limp response in Asia, Indians likely to buy iPhone XR instead

Combined with the lack of 5G, that made the new iPhones "less attractive and future-proof" for Chinese consumers, Shah said, forecasting that Apple will sell 30-35 million iPhones in China this year, down from 63 million phon

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Ford goes big on electric vehicles: To launch eight models in Europe this year

The carmaker, like its rivals, has been facing stagnant demand and rising costs as it invests billions of dollars in electric, hybrid and autonomous vehicles in efforts to boost sales.

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North Korea unlikely to mourn ‘war maniac’ John Bolton, but US task no easier

In the past, Bolton has proposed using military force to overthrow the ruling Kim family and U.S. officials have said Bolton was responsible for the collapse of Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's second summit in Vie

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US Democrat, Republican nearly tied in early North Carolina congressional election results

Republicans won a special election in another district in the state where they had been expected to do so.

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Gold prices inch up amid cautious mood; investors eye European Central Bank meet

Spot gold was up 0.4% at $1,491.60 per ounce, as of 0120 GMT.

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Oil prices rise after data shows big drop in US inventories

Prices had ended lower on Tuesday, squeezed by speculation of a return of sanctions-hit Iranian crude exports to the market following United States President Donald Trump's move to fire national security adviser John Bolton,

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