U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi discussed ongoing tensions in the South China Sea on Wednesday, with Kerry urging China to pull back its sweeping territorial claims.
Fed up with the telecoms' lousy service, the mobile phone giants are mulling ways to reach the customer directly.
As the war in Afghanistan enters its fourteenth year, thousands of Afghan civilians — especially women and children — are being killed or wounded.
Mullah Omar's death has exposed fissures in the militant group's leadership base and cast doubts over the future of peace talks with the Afghan government.
The country's leaders have struggled to contain a revolt against austerity measures from within the governing party.
A federal audit found that a lack of communication between states was to blame for Medicaid providers flouting bans.
FBI has so far contacted a technology firm that helped manage the private server and Clinton’s lawyer David Kendall, the Washington Post reported.
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