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U.S., Cuba to resume scheduled commercial airline service: State Dept

An American Airlines plane prepares to land on the Jose Marti International Airport in Havana September 19, 2015. ...

U.S.-led coalition stages 18 air strikes against Islamic State: statement

the us and its allies on Wednesday conducted 18 air strikes towards Islamic State in Iraq and Syria in its newest spherical of day by day air attacks against the militant workforce, ...

Cool language and fix economy, says Venezuela leader's former aide

Venezuela’s govt must calm its rhetoric and make pragmatic fixes to an sick economy after dropping the legislature to the opposition for the first time in 16 years, a former ...

Gulf Arab defense spending drops for first time in decade: report

Low oil prices are consuming into safety spending within the Gulf region, one of the vital world’s largest hands markets, with budgets trimmed for the primary time in a decade ...

China, Britain in unusual rights clash after diplomats shoved

China on Thursday lashed out at Britain’s belated criticism of its safety officers’ pushing of diplomats at a rights trial, in an peculiar public sign of disagreement ...

Britain's Cameron to try to break EU impasse at talks

Britain’s High Minister David Cameron speaks all through a joint information conference along with his Polish ...

Japanese journalist cleared of defaming South Korea president

Former Seoul bureau chief of Japan’s Sankei Shimbun newspaper, Tatsuya Kato, speaks to the media upon his arrival ...

Singapore Strait collision sinks general cargo freighter

A twelve-crew member cargo freighter carrying 560 metric tonnes of bunker gasoline sank within the Singapore Strait after colliding with a chemical tanker at Eight:14 p.m. (7.14 ...

China says graft suspects abroad abuse system to prolong cases

Chinese corruption suspects who’ve fled abroad had been abusing felony techniques of host international locations to extend their cases in what is a big challenge to China’s ...

Australia says no plan to stop surveillance flights over South China Sea

Australian Security Minister Marise Payne speaks right through a joint press availability on the 2015 Australia-U.S. ...