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India's Top Court Upholds National Identity Project

A majority of the panel ruled the program had merits, but struck down a government effort to make its use mandatory in applications for services ranging from bank accounts to mobile telephone connections and school admissions.
Wang Yi

China, US Must Avoid Cold War Mentality: Beijing Top Envoy

Beijing and Washington are locked in an increasingly bitter trade war and are increasingly at odds over other issues, such as U.S. support for self-ruled Taiwan which China claims, and U.S. sanctions on China's military for buying Russian weapons.

Iran Warns US, Israel Of Revenge After Parade Attack

The assault, one of the worst against the most powerful military force of the Islamic Republic, struck a blow at its security establishment at a time when the United States and its Gulf allies are working to isolate Tehran.

Nestle Puts Skin Health Unit Up For Sale

The Switzerland-based company is under pressure from Third Point, a hedge fund run by investor Daniel Loeb, who has demanded bolder moves to lift performance.
Aston martin

Aston Martin Aims For $6.7 Billion October IPO

The company, famed for making the sports car driven by fictional secret agent James Bond, said last month it was pursuing an initial public offering (IPO), the first British carmaker to do so for decades.


French President Emmanuel Macron (R) and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan clash on Syria, Libya, a scramble for natural gas in the Mediterranean and Macron's battle against extremism

Macron And Erdogan, No Love Lost

The relationship between French President Emmanuel Macron and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan has degenerated in recent months from diplomatic disagreements to annoyance to outright...