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Revolution, Spanish flu and refugees: the situation in Belgium at the end of World War I was chaotic. An exhibition at the BELvue Museum tells the story of that confusing time. Bernd Riegert reports. [Read More]
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The automaker, which has 68,000 employees in the region, including through joint ventures, is also reviewing its factory operations there. [Read More]
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Saudi Arabia sold $7.5 billion in bonds on Wednesday, drawing in $27 billion in orders, highlighting strong demand for the country's debt by international investors. The sale is the first for Saudi Arabia following the death of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, which sparked a global outcry against the kingdom. The Middle Eastern oil giant has been selling more sovereign debt in recent years as low oil prices impact the country's economy. Saudi Arabia has tapped international debt markets for the first time since the twin PR disasters of the death of Jamal Khashoggi and the... [Read More]
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The strange tale of Patrick McCaw and has mystified Warriors fans all year. Fortunately, there's a happy ending in Golden State thanks to the emergence of Alfonzo McKinnie. [Read More]
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Many sales environments are transitioning from transactional to relationship-based models. Here's how to adjust your business model to accommodate the modern customer. [Read More]
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Depending on the size and complexity of an organization, there are three different approaches that can be used to effectively implement SaaS management. [Read More]
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Remember that you are accountable for your own time. [Read More]
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With the market moving to a more uncertain economic environment, investors are prudent to look into how asset managers are upholding their fiduciary duties. [Read More]
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Some time this year, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is expected to formally propose a plan that would limit the need for patients to obtain a prescription from a doctor for certain drugs that currently have prescription-only status. [Read More]
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US energy-related CO2 emissions are estimated to have risen 3.4 percent in 2018, breaking a decade-long trend of emission declines. Reasons for this emissions spike range from robust economic growth to a cold winter to policy gaps. Long-term emissions cuts will be tough without new policies. [Read More]
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Aiming to make GPS navigation better and ride-hailing easier for iPhone users in India, Apple on Thursday rolled out turn-by-turn directions as well as support for cab-hailing apps Uber and Ola in Apple Maps in the country. "Adding regional turn-by-directions makes owning Apple devices that much... [Read More]
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Packages containing a suspicious powder were sent to the consulate general of Greece in Melbourne, according to the Greek Foreign Ministry. [Read More]
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Turkey's foreign minister said they will launch an offensive against U.S. allies in Syria if the Trump administration delays the promised withdrawal of troops. However, the ongoing diplomatic battle has not altered the mission of those tasked with protecting American forces on the ground. Charlie D'Agata reports from U.S. aircraft carrier recently re-deployed to the region. [Read More]
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Mark Evans told police Angela Ayre, 74, threatened to knife him weeks before his death, jurors hear. [Read More]
Mohammed Abdul is sentenced to 28 years in prison for driving his car on to a crowded dance floor. [Read More]
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PAPA JEAN, a middle-aged Congolese man who normally makes a living flogging fizzy drinks at the port of Kinshasa, the capital, has stitched an extra pocket into his trousers. The pouch brushes his left knee and sits underneath his trousers' thin, blue fabric. [Read More]
The group made the call outside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on Thursday while marking the 100th day since his Oct. 2 killing by Saudi agents there. [Read More]
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Mohammed Abdul drove his car onto a crowded dance floor after he was kicked out of a nightclub. [Read More]
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Good performance? Oh not it isn't - pantomime fans are offered refunds after "awful" production. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump's "decision to withdraw our troops has been made. We will do that. We will withdraw our forces, our uniformed forces, from Syria and continue America's crushing campaign," Pompeo told reporters. [Read More]
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