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Israel Re-establishes Ties With Chad in Bid to Project Clout

Israel and Chad have re-established diplomatic ties as part of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s push to project his country’s clout in the Middle East and Africa......»»

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Death Toll Rises to 85 From Mexican Pipeline Explosion

The death toll from a massive explosion at an illegal tap of a gasoline pipeline in central Mexico rose Sunday to 85, and 58 people remained hospitalized, some of them in serious condition, authorities said......»»

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Seeking Help, Family Breaks Silence on American Missing in Syria

Majd Kamalmaz hasn’t been seen or heard from since February 2017 when he was stopped at a government checkpoint in Damascus. Now his family is breaking its silence and asking President Trump to help save his life......»»

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France"s Yellow-Vest Movement Ignore Calls to Debate

Thousands of protesters took to the streets across France on Saturday for the 10th consecutive weekend of demonstrations, despite efforts by President Emmanuel Macron to channel yellow-vest anger through public debates over the next two months......»»

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Despite Wins, EU Frets Over Rule-of-Law Fight

Euroskeptic governments for several years.....»»

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EU Countries Face a Menu of Challenges

Among the problems EU members face: a slowing economy and a fragmenting political landscape......»»

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DSV"s Big Takeover Bid May Revive Logistics Consolidation

DSV’s $4 billion bid for rival freight forwarder Panalpina suggests stockpiles of cash and pent-up demand from operators and private equity could come into the market and trigger a new wave of consolidation among large logistics companies......»»

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As Airbus Turns 50, a Look Back at the Role of the Euro

CFO Harald Wilhelm says the currency is a pillar of the company’s success......»»

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The "Hybrid" Skills That Tomorrow"s Jobs Will Require

Jobs that tap both technical and creative thinking will be likely to pay well—and resist automation......»»

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Economy Week Ahead: U.S. Home Sales, Eurozone Manufacturing

In the week ahead, the U.S. will see data on home sales and durable goods, while Europe will get data on eurozone manufacturing......»»

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Every Gadget and App Should Have a Dark Mode

Dark Mode: It’s good for your eyes, your battery and maybe even your sanity, and it’s hidden in most of your devices and apps. Here’s how to turn it on almost everywhere......»»

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Facebook, Germany to Collaborate Against Election Interference

Facebook Inc. Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg said the company will work with the German ministry for information security in a broad effort to guide policy here and throughout Europe on election interference......»»

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White House, Democrats Float Proposals to End Shutdown, but Wide Gaps Remain

The White House and congressional Democrats are offering plans to end the partial government shutdown, but they remain far apart on funding for a southern border wall and related immigration overhauls......»»

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Carlos Ghosn Offers to Pay for Ankle Monitor, Security to Get Bail in Japan

Carlos Ghosn scaled back his request for bail as his detention stretches into its ninth week, promising to stay in Tokyo and pay for an ankle monitor and security guards to ensure he doesn’t flee......»»

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Philippine Vote on Muslim Self-Rule Puts Christians on Edge

Voters in a Muslim-majority region in the Philippines will decide on a proposal for greater self determination......»»

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China Moves Cautiously in Face of Economic Slowdown

Forget the big stimulus measures of the past. Debt levels make that difficult......»»

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China Annual Economic Growth Rate Is Slowest Since 1990

China’s economic expansion languished to its slowest pace in nearly three decades last year, as a bruising trade fight with the U.S. exacerbated weakness in the world’s second-largest economy......»»

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The Hot New Channel for Reaching Real People: Email

Frustrated and fatigued by social-media challenges, businesses and others looking for an audience turn to an old standby......»»

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American Railways Chug Toward Automation

Rio Tinto calls it the world’s largest robot: mile-long driverless trains traversing the sparsely populated Australian Outback. American railroad companies call it the future......»»

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Bill Gates: The Best Investment I"ve Ever Made

Global-health groups that buy and distribute medicines are a sure bet for saving lives, but their government funding is now in danger, and even the biggest philanthropies can’t fill the gap......»»

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