LONDON - A network of dummy online stores offering household goods has been used as a front for internet gambling payments, a Reuters examination has found.
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Trump, new Saudi crown prince share hardline views on Iran but risks abound
Saudi Arabia's new crown prince and likely next king shares U.S. President Donald Trump's hawkish view of Iran, but a more confrontational approach toward Tehran carries a risk of escalation in an unstable region, current and former U.S. officials said.
Exclusive: South Korea president calls on China's Xi to do more on North Korea nuclear program
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Thursday China should do more to rein in North Korea's nuclear program and he would call on President Xi Jinping to lift measures against South Korean companies taken in retaliation against Seoul's decision to host a U.S. anti-missile defense system.
Shhh...EU leaders try to take migration feud off table, for now
European Union leaders meeting in Brussels will try to gloss over their feud about who takes in refugees, a change of tactic that some diplomats have linked to Germany's election in September.
After London fire, 600 tower blocks thought to have similar cladding
An estimated 600 high-rise buildings in England contain cladding similar to that used on a London tower block which caught fire, killing at least 79 people, officials said on Thursday.
Mourners in Ohio remember U.S. student held prisoner by North Korea
Thousands of friends and family members gathered in suburban Cincinnati on Thursday to say goodbye to an American student who died days after being returned to the United States in a coma following 17 months in captivity in North Korea.
European stock markets stumble as oil languishes near lows
European stocks fell for a third straight day on Thursday, as oil prices kept within sight of the seven-month lows reached overnight on worries about a supply glut and falling demand.
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