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The Trump administration’s hard line approach to trade talks may be paying off with other nations, experts told CNBC, but it isn’t guaranteed to work...

Rescuers were able to ascend and descend with a sheep that had reportedly been trapped on a ledge for three we            Read...

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France’s Renault said it was offering owners of older diesel vehicles in Germany incentives to trade in their cars for newer, cleaner ones, becoming the...

The number of people killed after an earthquake and tsunami rises to more than 1,200, officials say. Read the whole story at BBC News

Bleary-eyed leaders of Germany’s coalition parties emerged in the small hours of Tuesday morning to say they had agreed on a way of cutting pollution in...

Japanese automaker Mazda Motor Corp welcomed on Tuesday a new trade deal between the United States, Mexico and Canada, and said it would work to...

Asian stocks fell on Tuesday as the lift from an agreement that saved the North American free trade deal faded, with cautious views on the...

In a week that began mired in uncertainty — for President Donald Trump, for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, for congressional Republicans, for the FBI...

Liquefied soil caused numerous buildings to collapse in the Indonesian city of Palu after Friday’s magnitude 7.5 earthquake, which has killed more than 800 people....

President Trump inspires less confidence among the public than Chinese President Xi Jinping or Russian President Vladimir Putin, an international poll by the Pew Research...

The Trump administration’s new policy gives the same-sex partners of foreign diplomats and United Nations officials until the end of the year to get married or...

Indonesian President Joko Widodo ordered more rescuers to hunt for victims of a devastating earthquake and tsunami on the island of Sulawesi, saying on Tuesday...

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Turkish prosecutors ordered the detention of 417 suspects in a money laundering investigation, broadcaster CNN Turk said on Tuesday. Read the whole story at CNBC

But perhaps the mood music is changing for mining stocks. Read the whole story at CNBC

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Some of the actions Aung San Suu Kyi has taken as Myanmar’s civilian leader are “regrettable” but her Nobel Peace Prize will not be withdrawn,...

When Nadia Hassani left Germany after winning a U.S. green card in a lottery 21 years ago, she never dreamed a U.S. president would accuse...

Southeast Asian foreign ministers urged Myanmar to give a commission of inquiry into the violence in Rakhine state full mandate to hold those who are...