President Trump said in a late night Tweet that he would delay a State of the Union address until the government shutdown was over, responding to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's move to obstruct his plans for the speech.
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Asian shares edge up; ECB decision awaited
Asian shares inched up in subdued trade on Thursday after Wall Street ended higher, but political uncertainty in the United States and worries about weakening global economic growth kept many investors on the sidelines.
China detains Australian on suspicion of endangering security
Chinese authorities are holding an Australian writer, who used to be a Chinese citizen, on suspicion of endangering state security, China said on Thursday, and his lawyer said he was suspected of espionage.
Turkey says has capacity to create 'safe zone' in Syria alone
Turkey has the capacity to create a "safe zone" in Syria on its own but will not exclude the United States, Russia or others if they want to cooperate, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Thursday.
Chip results augur more tech gloom as slowing China weighs
Somber results from chipmakers SK Hynix Inc and Texas Instruments Inc , on the heels of warnings from tech behemoths Samsung and Apple, indicate more gloom for the sector as China's economy slows to its weakest in decades.
Voters in one English town warn London: 'Do not betray our Brexit'
As Britain grapples with whether to leave the European Union, some voters in an ancient English town have a message for the politicians in London: Do not betray Brexit.
South Sudan embraces old enemy Sudan, now rocked by protests
Embattled Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir is receiving words of support from some unlikely places as he faces deadly protests calling for him to step down.
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