U.S. stocks rebounded Wednesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average leaping 200 points, a day after Wall Street recorded its worst start to September in 13 years.
China's plan to raise $15 billion for a market stabilization fund failed to reassure investors, amid concerns about growth in China and the U.S.
Stock exchanges across Europe opened higher Wednesday but were unable to hold on to gains, even as Asian markets coped with volatility.
Seven of the 10 biggest smartphone brands in the world come from China as they outshine players like LG, HTC and Sony.
Thai police believe that the main suspect is a member of China's Uighur ethnic minority based on travel documents, but have yet to authenticate his passport.
The next debate will be held at the Ronald Reagan presidential library in Simi Valley, California.
The Central American country, which is home to some 70,000 gang members, saw 907 violent deaths in August and has declared gangs to be terrorist groups.
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