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Friday, March 20, 2015
2 killed after gunmen open fire in Swedish pub: police
Two men were killed and more than a dozen wounded after several gunmen armed with automatic weapons opened fire in a pub in the Swedish city of Gothenburg late Wednesday, police said.
A Burmese immigrant was charged Wednesday with three counts of murder and assault with a deadly weapon after attacking a family of compatriots in their home.
Prince Charles sounds alarm about state of world's oceans
Prince Charles made an impassioned speech Wednesday in Washington about the deteriorating state of the world's oceans, striking a somber note on the first full day of his U.S. tour with wife Camilla.
A 34-year-old woman is accused of stabbing a pregnant woman in the stomach and removing her baby, while the expectant mother visited her home to buy baby clothes, Colorado authorities said.
A gunman killed one person and wounded five others in a shooting spree in Arizona on Wednesday, sparking an hours-long manhunt by SWAT teams before he was caught, police said.
T-Mobile shifts focus to small businesses with new offer
T-Mobile wants to change how businesses buy phones and wireless services — two years after it changed how consumers do so.
Look out, Internet Explorer. After 20 years of competing against rival Web browsers, Microsoft is gearing up to launch its own alternative to its once-dominant Internet surfing program.
Monsanto said Wednesday it will pay about US$350,000 to settle class action lawsuits brought by farmers in seven states over genetically modified wheat.
Model airplanes: the grease that oils the wheels of the airline industry
In America, businessmen shake hands. In Japan, they bow. But all over the world airline executives engage in a greeting that is all their own: the exchange of model airplanes.
Thursday, March 19, 2015
Japan-South Korea rift weighs on US push in Asia
With the leaders of Japan and South Korea both set to visit Washington in the coming months, President Barack Obama has a fresh chance to nudge the estranged U.S. allies to heal a bitter rift that has put a damper on his effort to boost America's role in Asia.
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