Statues live. The Robert E. Lee statue in Charlottesville certainly does. The majority of Americans, including his fellow Republicans, disapprove of Donald Trump’s defense of Confederate monuments and his tardiness in condemning the white supremacists whose protests against a decision to remove the Lee statue led to the violence that killed a woman demonstrating against them.
India has drawn up a shopping list for tens of billions of dollars of foreign fighter jets, armored vehicles, submarines and helicopters but it will only sign the cheques if they are made in India.
North Korea says it has developed intercontinental missiles capable of targeting any place in the United States.
Fener will seek to heal its fresh wounds against Trabzonspor when the historic rivals clash in Istanbul
Turkey ranked in second place after China for the number of contracting companies building the largest volume of projects across the world outside their home countries for the 10th year in a row, according to the latest list of the world’s “top 250 contractors” by the magazine Engineering News Record (ENR).
“Never again a summer like this”: Exasperated with the hordes of visitors they blame for making their city unlivable, Barcelona residents have risen in protest.
U.S. President Donald Trump disbanded two high-profile business advisory councils on Aug. 16 after several chief executives quit in protest over his remarks blaming weekend violence in Virginia on anti-racism activists as well as white nationalists.
There will be no war on the Korean peninsula, South Korean President Moon Jae-In said on Aug. 17, saying Seoul effectively had a veto over the United States military action in response to the North's nuclear and missile programmes.
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When the American university student Otto Warmbier died back in June soon after coming home in a coma following a 17-month detention in North Korea, the China-based tour company that took him there announced it would no longer sell such tours to United States citizens.
Turkey’s Akbank announced on Aug. 15 that it had secured another $1.15 billion equivalent multi-currency syndicated loan for 2017.
China’s massive debt is on a “dangerous” path, raising the risk of a sharp slowdown in growth, the International Monetary Fund warned on Aug. 15, urging Beijing to speed up structural reforms.
As the United States, Canada and Mexico kick off negotiations on Aug. 16 to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement, the biggest uncertainty is whether a deal can pass President Donald Trump’s “America First” test.
Indian and Chinese soldiers yelled and hurled stones at one another in the high Himalayas in Indian-controlled Kashmir, Indian officials said Aug. 16 after the altercation that escalates tensions between two nations already engaged in a lengthy border standoff elsewhere.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Aug. 15 sent a cash donation to a controversial war shrine as the country marked the anniversary of its defeat in World War II.
North Korea’s leader has delayed a decision on firing missiles towards Guam while he watches U.S. actions a little longer, the North’s state media said on Aug. 15, as South Korea’s president said Seoul would seek to prevent war by all means.
Trade tensions between the United States and China heated up on Aug. 15 as Beijing warned that it “will not sit idle” if a U.S. probe into its intellectual property practices leads to sanctions.
South Korean President Moon Jae-In called for calm on Aug. 14 in the standoff with North Korea, saying there should never be another war on the peninsula.
China will halt iron, iron ore and seafood imports from North Korea starting on Aug. 15, following through on new U.N. sanctions after U.S. pressure for Beijing to strong-arm Pyongyang over its ally’s nuclear program.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Aug. 14 will order his top trade adviser to determine whether to investigate Chinese trade practices that force U.S. firms operating in China to turn over intellectual property, senior administration officials said on Aug. 12.
The number of international visitors to the United States has dropped for the first time since 2009, as did their spending, the U.S. Department of Commerce said on Aug. 11.
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