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The Latest: European Parliament group: No Brexit progress

Sep 17, 2019

The leader of the European Parliament's biggest party group says no progress is being made in Brexit talks, around six weeks before Britain is due to leave the European Union

Japanese officials cautious on prospects for US trade deal

Sep 17, 2019

Japanese officials cautious on prospects for US trade deal promised by Trump

Soccer star says Amazon didn't remove racist reviews of book

Sep 13, 2019

Soccer star Eni Aluko is condemning Amazon for not removing racist reviews of her memoir posted on the online retailer's web site

EU competition chief hints at new data rules for tech firms

Sep 13, 2019

The European Union's powerful competition chief has indicated she's looking at expanding regulations on personal data, dropping an initial hint about how she plans to use new powers against tech companies

UK court rules Johnson's suspension of Parliament unlawful

Sep 11, 2019

In a blow to Britain's PM, a Scottish court rules Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament less than two months before the U.K. is due to leave the European Union was unlawful.

China to boost pork output as swine fever drives up prices

Sep 11, 2019

China is launching a nationwide initiative to boost pork production following a price spike blamed on a devastating outbreak of African swine fever

UK opposition rages at Johnson after he suspends Parliament

Sep 10, 2019

Opposition politicians are furious at Prime Minister Boris Johnson's five-week suspension of Parliament ahead of the deadline for Brexit, which drew angry and unprecedented protests in the House of Commons

Alibaba's Ma steps down as industry faces uncertainty

Sep 10, 2019

Alibaba founder Jack Ma steps down as its chairman as Chinese e-commerce faces rapid change, uncertainty in tariff war

Asian shares mixed as investors look ahead to rate decisions

Sep 10, 2019

Asian shares are mixed after a day of listless trading on Wall Street as investors awaited signs on global interest rates

UK's Johnson to suspend Parliament as his Brexit plans stall

Sep 9, 2019

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is insisting a new Brexit deal can be reached to ensure Britain leaves the European Union by the Oct. 31 deadline, acknowledging that withdrawing without one would be a "failure" for which he'd be partially to blame

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