Zimbabwe's ruling party will dismiss President Robert Mugabe and reinstate Emmerson Mnangagwa, the vice-president he fired, two party sources told Reuters, as ecstatic crowds celebrated the expected downfall.
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'No fireworks' at NAFTA talks, but few signs of progress: source
Negotiators at high stakes talks to update NAFTA have so far kept their tempers but are not making much progress on tough U.S. demands that could sink the 1994 trade pact, a well-placed source said on Saturday.
Trump halts decision to allow elephant trophy imports after uproar
U.S. President Donald Trump said in a tweet on Friday he is putting a decision to allow imports of elephant trophies on hold after a torrent of criticism from conservation advocates and across social media.
Exclusive: Qualcomm set to win conditional Japanese antitrust okay for NXP deal - source
U.S. smartphone chipmaker Qualcomm is set to win “imminent” Japanese antitrust clearance for its $38-billion bid for NXP Semiconductors and gain Europe’s approval by the end of the year with slight tweaks to its concessions, a person familiar with the matter said.
Tesla's unfettered ambition will drain finances: analysts
Tesla Inc may have to ask creditors and shareholders for more capital to fund development of an electric semi truck, a new roadster and accelerated production of a high-volume electric sedan, analysts said on Friday.
Trump starts paying his own legal bills on Russia probe: attorneys
U.S. President Donald Trump has begun paying his own legal bills related to the Russia investigation and will no longer cover the costs using political donations to his re-election campaign or the Republican Party, his attorneys confirmed on Friday.
AC/DC founder Malcolm Young dead at 64
Malcolm Young, who founded the Australian rock band AC/DC along with his brother Angus, has died at age 64 after suffering from dementia for several years, the band said on its Facebook page on Saturday.
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