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1 - Malaysian court to rule on women accused of killing brother of North Korean leader
2 - U.S. and Mexico to set up joint team to fight drug cartels
3 - SEC scrutiny of Tesla grows as Goldman hints at adviser role
4 - Lula registers for Brazil race from jail as thousands rally
5 - Exclusive: In Chinese port city, Japan's Toyota lays foundation to ramp up sales
6 - New Mexico compound member in U.S. illegally over 20 years: government
7 - Senate to consider massive spending bill, faces Trump objections
8 - Cambodia's ruling party won all seats in July vote: election commission
9 - Ex-Trump aide Manafort had 'huge dumpster of hidden money,' jury told
10 - Trump revokes ex-CIA chief's security clearance, slamming critic
11 - U.S. clergy sex abuse revelation fuels push to reform assault laws
12 - Pennsylvania report details decades of sexual abuse by priests
13 - Payment seen unlikely on $1.1 billion in maturing Venezuela bonds
14 - Qatar to aid Turkey, currency rallies but U.S. says tariffs to stay
15 - Emerging markets lead global stocks lower, commodities sink
16 - Italy bridge collapse: The financial facts behind the fury
17 - Uber narrows loss but is a long way from finding profit
18 - Ex-CIA director stripped of security clearance says Trump punishing critics
19 - Turkish court rejects U.S. pastor's appeal, upper court yet to rule: lawyer
20 - Hospitals scrap surgeries, Venezuelans forgo showers as taps run dry
1 - Malaysian court to rule on women accused of killing brother of North Korean leader

A Malaysian court will decide on Thursday whether to continue hearing a case against two women charged with the murder of the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, or acquit them.

8/15/2018 7:41:04 PM

2 - U.S. and Mexico to set up joint team to fight drug cartels

U.S. and Mexican law enforcement authorities will set up a joint team based in Chicago targeting the leaders and finances of drug cartels that ship opioids into the United States, aiming to stanch a spike in overdose deaths, officials said on Wednesday.

8/15/2018 7:38:50 PM

3 - SEC scrutiny of Tesla grows as Goldman hints at adviser role

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has sent subpoenas to Tesla Inc regarding Chief Executive Elon Musk's plan to take the company private and his statement that funding was "secured," Fox Business Network reported on Wednesday, citing sources.

8/15/2018 7:25:01 PM

4 - Lula registers for Brazil race from jail as thousands rally

Brazil's Workers Party registered jailed former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva on Wednesday as its presidential candidate while he sat in prison serving a 12-year graft sentence expected to block his candidacy.

8/15/2018 7:23:44 PM

5 - Exclusive: In Chinese port city, Japan's Toyota lays foundation to ramp up sales

Toyota Motor Corp is likely to make 120,000 more cars a year in the Chinese port city of Tianjin as part of a medium-term strategy that's gathering pace as China-Japan ties improve, said four company insiders with knowledge of the matter.

8/15/2018 7:14:10 PM

6 - New Mexico compound member in U.S. illegally over 20 years: government

A Haitian woman who was charged with child abuse at a New Mexico compound has been taken into custody by immigration authorities after living in the United States illegally for over 20 years, immigration officials said on Wednesday.

8/15/2018 6:45:28 PM

7 - Senate to consider massive spending bill, faces Trump objections

U.S. senators agreed on Wednesday to debate and vote in the next few days on more than $850 billion in spending on defense, labor and healthcare programs, as the Trump administration announced its objections to some parts of the bill.

8/15/2018 6:41:25 PM

8 - Cambodia's ruling party won all seats in July vote: election commission

Cambodia's ruling Cambodian People's Party (CPP) won all 125 parliamentary seats in a national election in July, electoral authorities said on Wednesday as the opposition called the result illegitimate.

8/15/2018 6:16:49 PM

9 - Ex-Trump aide Manafort had 'huge dumpster of hidden money,' jury told

Paul Manafort had "a huge dumpster of hidden money" abroad, a prosecutor said on Wednesday, urging a jury to convict U.S. President Donald Trump's former campaign chief on financial fraud charges based more on a paper trail of evidence than on the testimony of a former protege.

8/15/2018 6:00:59 PM

10 - Trump revokes ex-CIA chief's security clearance, slamming critic

U.S. President Donald Trump moved to penalize a sharp critic on Wednesday, revoking the security clearance of Obama-era CIA Director John Brennan for making what he called "a series of unfounded and outrageous allegations" about his administration.

8/15/2018 5:50:19 PM

11 - U.S. clergy sex abuse revelation fuels push to reform assault laws

The latest revelation of widespread child sexual abuse by Roman Catholic clergy has given impetus to efforts by legislators, including a Pennsylvania lawmaker who has said he was raped by a priest as a child, to make it easier to prosecute such cases.

8/15/2018 4:51:28 PM

12 - Pennsylvania report details decades of sexual abuse by priests

Roman Catholic priests in Pennsylvania sexually abused thousands of children over a 70-year period and silenced victims through "the weaponization of faith" and a systematic cover-up campaign by their bishops, the state attorney general said on Tuesday.

8/15/2018 4:38:53 PM

13 - Payment seen unlikely on $1.1 billion in maturing Venezuela bonds

Venezuela faces payments of $1.1 billion in interest and principal on two bonds maturing on Wednesday, but investors expect the cash-strapped nation to continue its pattern of no payments.

8/15/2018 4:35:13 PM

14 - Qatar to aid Turkey, currency rallies but U.S. says tariffs to stay

The United States on Wednesday ruled out removing steel tariffs that have contributed to a currency crisis in Turkey even if Ankara frees a U.S. pastor, as Qatar pledged $15 billion in investment to Turkey, supporting a rise in the Turkish lira.

8/15/2018 4:31:05 PM

15 - Emerging markets lead global stocks lower, commodities sink

Equities around the world took a dive led by emerging market stocks on Wednesday and commodities tumbled as investors looked for safety due to worries about China and Turkey.

8/15/2018 4:12:03 PM

16 - Italy bridge collapse: The financial facts behind the fury

Italy's anti-establishment government, outraged at the deadly collapse of a 50-year-old bridge, has presented the disaster as a warning to Brussels to give it more leeway to upgrade the country's aging infrastructure.

8/15/2018 4:10:31 PM

17 - Uber narrows loss but is a long way from finding profit

Uber Technologies Inc said on Wednesday it narrowed its quarterly losses from a year earlier, although the ride-hailing company is still a long way from proving it can be profitable as it gears up to go public in 2019.

8/15/2018 4:00:33 PM

18 - Ex-CIA director stripped of security clearance says Trump punishing critics

Former CIA Director John Brennan said on Wednesday that U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to revoke his security clearance was part of an effort to silence critics.

8/15/2018 3:57:22 PM

19 - Turkish court rejects U.S. pastor's appeal, upper court yet to rule: lawyer

One Turkish court has rejected an American Christian pastor's appeal to be released from house arrest and for his travel ban to be lifted, but an upper court is yet to rule on the appeal, his lawyer told Reuters on Wednesday.

8/15/2018 3:24:34 PM

20 - Hospitals scrap surgeries, Venezuelans forgo showers as taps run dry

At one of Caracas' biggest public hospitals, most bathrooms are closed. Patients fill jugs from a tiny tap on the ground floor that sometimes has a trickle of water. Operations are postponed or canceled.

8/15/2018 3:22:26 PM


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