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The European Union’s trade commissioner has called for a more balanced relationship with China, noting a trade imbalance of nearly 400 billion euros ($425 billion).
Giorgio Armani has closed Milan Fashion Week with good vibes and a front row that included frequent guests such as Cate Blanchett and Juliette Binoche.
Local authorities in southern China say a coal mine fire has killed 16 people. The blaze broke out on Sunday at the Shanjiaoshu coal mine in the Guizhou province town of Panguan.
Authorities in Benin say a fire in a commercial building south of the capital has killed at least 35 people.
The British government is considering scrapping a big chunk of an overdue and over-budget high-speed rail line once touted as a way to attract jobs and investment to northern England.
Authorities in Taiwan say one person remains missing following a Friday night fire at a golf ball factory, after forensic analysis revealed that some bones found Sunday were not human.
The California Legislature sent a wide range of bills to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s desk this year to help the state mitigate and adapt to climate change.
A day after Minnesota’s governor appointed Erin Dupree as the incoming director of the state’s new marijuana regulatory agency, Dupree resigned and reports surfaced that she has sold illegal cannabis products in the state.
MILAN (AP) — The Milan fashion world has become a designer carousel. Powerhouse Gucci and Swiss luxury brand Bally both introduced designers this season, while Tod’s bade their creative director farewell and Moschino is in an interim phase.
The birthplace of the atomic bomb is facing growing pains again as Los Alamos National Laboratory takes part in the nation’s most ambitious nuclear weapons effort since World War II.
California’s Democratic governor has vetoed a bill that would have required human drivers to be on board self-driving trucks.
Speaker Kevin McCarthy has turned to a strategy that so far has preserved his tenuous hold on House leadership, but also marked his tenure by chaos.
Security researchers say a leading Egyptian opposition politician was targeted with Predator spyware after announcing a president bid.
At the U.N. General Assembly meeting in New York, African leaders are relaying a unanimous message, that their continent of more than 1.3 billion people is done being a “victim” of a post-world war order and must be recognized and partnered with as a global power in itself.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced several support measures for Ukraine including military, economic and humanitarian assistance.
A growing number of states are offering dental care to low-income adults who once had to rely on charity or the emergency room to treat their tooth problems.
Russia says Ukraine has launched another missile attack on Sevastopol on the occupied Crimean Peninsula.
A fire and subsequent explosions at a golf ball factory in southern Taiwan have killed at least five people and injured more than 100 others, and five people are still missing.
The federal government is heading toward a shutdown at month’s end that will disrupt many services, squeeze workers and roil politics.
For Lachlan Murdoch, this has been a long time coming — assuming, that is, his moment has actually arrived.