As Canada reeled from its worst mass killing in decades, a portrait of the suspect in the Toronto van attack began to emerge.
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Facebook releases long-secret rules on how it polices the service
Facebook Inc on Tuesday released a rule book for the types of posts it allows on its social network, giving far more detail than ever before on what is permitted on subjects ranging from drug use and sex work to bullying, hate speech and inciting violence.
Unfazed by Brazil's army, Rio drug gangs willing to wait out occupation
Leaders of Rio de Janeiro's heavily armed drug gangs agree on at least one thing with the head of Brazil's army: An ongoing military intervention cannot solve the soaring crime and violence that is roiling the seaside metropolis.
Salesforce announces $2.2 billion French investment as Macron meets Trump
U.S. software company Salesforce will invest more than $2.2 billion in its French business over the next five years, it said on Tuesday, in another sign of America Inc's new love affair with France since President Emmanuel Macron's election.
U.S. consumer confidence rebounds; new home sales rise
U.S. consumer confidence rebounded in April and new home sales increased more than expected in March, pointing to underlying strength in the economy despite signs that growth slowed in the first quarter.
Trump, France's Macron face differences at glitzy state visit
U.S. President Donald Trump treated French President Emmanuel Macron to a colorful welcome ceremony at the White House on Tuesday during a state visit that threatened to expose differences on Iran, trade and Syria between two close allies.
Weak business morale from Germany, France, Italy points to slowdown
Business morale in Germany, France and Italy -- the euro zone's three biggest economies -- deteriorated in April as a stronger currency and capacity constraints limited output, signaling that growth in the currency bloc has reached its peak.
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