China's sweeping new national security law could bring more Internet controls, affect foreign businesses in China, and add to pressure on Hong Kong to pass similar regulations.
The bank gives low-interest loans to foreign buyers of U.S. goods, while domestic rivals of those foreign buyers borrow at market rate.
Sidney Blumenthal, the latest batch of Hillary Clinton's private emails show, was advising her years before the attack on the Benghazi consulate.
The number of migrants reaching European shores by crossing the Mediterranean Sea has reached record levels, according to the United Nations.
The Islamic State group accused Hamas of being a weak enforcer of religious diktats in the Gaza Strip.
The move comes a week after Russia ruled that its 1954 transfer of Crimea to Ukraine was illegal.
The Hercules C-130 military transport plane crashed Tuesday shortly after takeoff, and officials have recovered 141 bodies.
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