The last time Aung San Suu Kyi went to Western Europe, she was feted as the freshly elected civilian ruler of a fledgling democracy who brought an end to military dictatorship. When she returns next week, it will be to face accusations of genocide.
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Asian shares gain as Trump fuels trade deal optimism, oil firm on OPEC+ output cut
Asian stocks gained on Friday as investors took heart from U.S. President Donald Trump saying trade talks with China were "moving right along", and U.S. oil prices sat near 2-1/2-month highs after OPEC and other producers agreed to cut output.
No apology to Elon Musk from British diver at 'pedo guy' defamation trial
The British cave explorer suing Elon Musk for calling him a "pedo guy" on Twitter testified on Thursday that his criticism of the Tesla Inc chief executive that led to the tweet was not a personal attack.
California asks Trump administration to release money to fight homelessness
In the latest skirmish over California's homeless crisis, the state's governor, Gavin Newsom, asked President Donald Trump on Thursday to stop withholding federal housing vouchers that could benefit 50,000 homeless people.
French strike against Macron reforms enters day two
A strike that crippled public transport and closed schools across France entered a second day on Friday, with trade unions saying they planned to keep going until President Emmanuel Macron backs down from a planned reform of pensions.
Labor group accuses Google of illegally firing workers to stifle unionism
The Communications Workers of America union filed a federal labor charge against Alphabet Inc's Google on Thursday, accusing the company of unlawfully firing four employees to deter workers from engaging in union activities.
U.S. cracks down on Russian 'Evil Corp' hackers after $100 million spree
U.S. authorities on Thursday took aim at a Russian cybercriminal group known as Evil Corp, indicting its Lamborghini-driving alleged leader and ordering asset freezes against 17 of his associates over a digital crime spree that has netted more than $100 million from companies across the world.
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