US-Korean War Games

  The United States and South Korea are expected to begin joint military exercises on August 21st, despite pressure from

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Samsung Chief Faces Twelve Year Jail Sentence

  Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman, Jay Y. Lee, has asked presiding Judge Kim Jin-dong to sentence Lee to twelve years

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Amazon Prime Launches In Singapore 

  Last Thursday, Amazon launched its same-day delivery service, Prime Now, in Singapore; marking its first launch into the Southeast

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UN to Vote on North Korean Sanction Proposal 

  On Saturday, the United Nations Security Council is set to vote on a US drafted resolution which seeks to

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Despite EU Court Ruling, Poland Continues Logging

  On Monday, Poland’s Environmental Minister Jan Szysko said that the country will continue logging the primeval Bialowieza forest despite

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US Sanctions on Venezuela

  After what has been described as a fraudulent vote that took power from Venezuela’s democratically elected lawmakers, Venezuelan President

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Potential Brexit Price Tag for Banks

  According to a new report from consulting company Oliver Wyman Inc., British banks would need to raise between $30

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Iran’s Gas Deal with France’s Total

  In the biggest foreign deal since economic sanctions against Iran were lifted in 2016, French energy giant Total, and

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Fox’s Attempt to Acquire Sky News

  For years, media mogul Rupert Murdoch has attempted to fully acquire the Sky News network, the European satellite giant.

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Cuts to UN Peacekeeping Budget

  On Wednesday UN diplomats announced nearly $600 million in cuts to the UN peacekeeping budget, after weeks of negotiations

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