Splinter FARC factions, enterprising new gangs and veteran rebel rivals are disrupting Colombia's efforts to secure peace after a half-century of war.
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Exclusive: Chip wars - China closing in on second $19 billion semiconductor fund: sources
China's state-backed semiconductor fund is near to closing a 120 billion yuan ($18.98 billion)investment round for a second fund to support the domestic chip sector and help cut reliance on imports amid a bruising trade standoff with the United States.
South, North Korea to hold historic first summit in decade at DMZ
North Korea's Kim Jong Un is set to cross the heavily militarized border on Friday for the first summit with South Korea in more than a decade, as the old foes seek to end their decades-long conflict and ease tensions over the North's nuclear weapons program.
Facebook exec promises UK lawmakers overhaul for political ads
Facebook will introduce new measures to improve transparency around advertising and politics in Britain, an executive said on Thursday, as he faced criticism from British lawmakers over a data scandal.
White House doctor steps back from Trump veterans job after controversy
U.S. President Donald Trump's physician Ronny Jackson on Thursday withdrew from consideration to head the Veterans Affairs department after allegations that he had been lax with prescription drugs and drank alcohol on the job.
Tesla Autopilot chief leaves to join Intel
Tesla Inc's Autopilot chief Jim Keller is leaving the electric vehicle manufacturer to join chipmaker Intel Corp .
ConocoPhillips profit tops estimates on rising oil prices, cost cuts
ConocoPhillips , the world's largest independent oil and natural gas exploration and production company, posted a bigger-than-expected quarterly profit on Thursday, helped by rising crude prices and cost cuts.
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