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Global markets mixed, pausing ahead of Fed chief testimony

Jul 10, 2019

Global shares are mixed in cautious trading ahead of closely watched congressional testimony by Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell

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Japan says it won't discuss or retract SKorea export rules

Jul 9, 2019

Japan rebuffs call for negotiations over tightened controls on exports to South Korea

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Amnesty seeks international probe to end Philippine killings

Jul 8, 2019

Amnesty International has urgently called for international pressure and an immediate U.N. investigation to help end what it says are possible crimes against humanity in the Philippine president's anti-drug crackdown

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Tens of thousands in Hong Kong take message to mainlanders

Jul 7, 2019

Protesters in Hong Kong take their message to visitors from mainland China

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Asian stocks fall ahead of monthly employment data in US

Jul 5, 2019

Asian stock markets gain as investors wait for American employment data and details of U.S.-Chinese trade talks

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The Latest: Australian held in North Korea arrives in Japan

Jul 4, 2019

An Australian student released from detention in North Korea has arrived in Tokyo

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Arrests in Hong Kong raise fears of more violent protests

Jul 4, 2019

A Hong Kong pro-democracy lawmaker is expressing fears that the situation could worsen after police announced the arrests of more than a dozen people following protests earlier this week

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Hong Kong police arrest 12 involved in pro-democracy protest

Jul 3, 2019

Police in Hong Kong have arrested 12 people involved in a pro-democracy protest that took place Monday morning ahead of the storming of the city's legislative building later in the day

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The Latest: Hong Kong pro-Beijing lawmakers slam violence

Jul 2, 2019

Pro-Beijing lawmakers in Hong Kong have condemned the violence and vandalism of government facilities by protesters

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Hong Kong protests may give Taiwan's leader a boost vs China

Jul 2, 2019

Recent anti-government protests in Hong Kong may give a lift to Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen's campaign to resist pressure from Beijing for political unification and win a second term in next year's elections

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