MANCHESTER, England - The Manchester suicide bomber who killed 22 people at a concert venue packed with children was part of a network, the city's chief of police said. Meanwhile, the bomber's brother was arrested in Libya on suspicion of Islamic State links.
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Indonesian police said on Wednesday that a suspected suicide bomber and a police officer were killed in explosions near a bus station in the eastern part of the capital, Jakarta.
Global stocks recover despite China downgrade; Fed minutes due
World stock markets recovered on Wednesday from initial losses after Moody's first credit downgrade of China in 30 years, with investors turning their attention to U.S. Federal Reserve minutes that could provide more certainty of a rate hike next month.
'Fight for 15' targets McDonald's shareholder meeting
Hundreds of fast-food workers demanding wage increases marched on Wednesday outside of the McDonald's Corp headquarters in a Chicago suburb during the company's annual shareholder meeting.
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OPEC, non-OPEC debating one-year oil cut extension
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New York firms offer 'Plan B' to staff ahead of summer transit woes
Faced with this summer's partial shutdown of a key New York transit hub due to track repairs, some employers in the largest U.S. city are scrambling to come up with "Plan B" offerings to allow their suburb-dwelling staff to avoid the largely shuttered hub.
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