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Woolworths recalls savoury rice over Listeria concerns

The product is also sold by Woolworths supermarkets in Australia, which are also owned by Countdown's parent company, Progressive Enterprises. The same st...


Trump blames Theresa May for Brexit debacle in explosive interview

President Donald Trump and first Lady Melania Trump at the entrance to Blenheim Palace, where they are attending a dinner with specially invited guests and ...


Bank of Canada hikes rates, shrugging of trade tensions

It was Poloz's fourth hike over the last 12 months and marked the first time the rate has been this high since December 2008. Poloz recently said the impacts ...


Pfizer buckles under pressure from Trump, delays drug price increases

President Donald Trump . President TrumpDonald John TrumpMichelle Wolf in July Fourth salute: "God bless abortions and God bless America" Graham: Trump's Su...


Turkey's New Era: Turkish President Erdogan takes oath of office

Berat Albayrak, the husband of Erdogan's elder daughter Esra, was on Monday named by the president as treasury and finance minister as part of a cabinet reshu...


Oil falls over a percent on trade tariffs, WTI nearing $73.00

WTI lifting briefly yesterday, driven higher by a larger-than-expected draw on U.S. fuel reserves according to the American Petroleum Institute (API), which saw...


BMW reaches battery deal with China's CATL

A contract for the construction of the new plant is due to be signed on Monday during a visit to Germany by China's Premier Li Keqiang. CATL's Erfurt fa...


Bank of Canada raises overnight rate target to 1 ½ per cent

This is contributing to financial stresses in some emerging market economies. At 2.11 p.m. EDT, the Canadian dollar was trading 0.7 per cent lower at $1.3206 ...


U.S. unveils $200 billion list of China imports for tariffs

The U.S. imposed an initial round of 25% tariffs, applying to $34 billion in imports, as part of a $50 billion tariff plan. The Office of the US Trade Represe...


US Tariffs Go Into Effect On Chinese Goods At Midnight

China's prime minister warned on Friday that there can be no winners in a trade war, hours after new United States tariffs on Chinese goods kicked in with Bei...


India overtakes France to become world's sixth-largest economy

India has doubled its GDP in the last ten years, but with 1.34 billion people - a population 20 times higher than in France, the European country has better liv...


Pompeo talks tough on Iran while visiting the Emirates

It is expected that India takes immediate necessary measures in this regard if its cooperation and engagement in Chabahar port is of strategic nature", he said....


Iran downplays impact of US sanction threats on oil exports

Zanganeh said Trump's anti-OPEC remarks are the causes of the increase in the prices in the oil market over the past days. With oil prices rising to three-yea...


JetBlue crew hailed as heroes for saving dog on flight

Without warning the dog's tongue and gums turned blue and she began panting frantically. But Burt told the attendant the dog was struggling, and that's when a...


Football fans call for national Bank Holiday if England win World Cup

He also claimed Southgate's side are capable of beating France, should they win their semi-final against Belgium, saying: "It's going to be France vs England, a...


Ryanair announces cancelled flights as summer strike onslaught begins

However, no planned strike in Ryanair's 33 year history has ever gone ahead, so there is hope for Tomorrowland visitors planning on travelling those days that a...


US May List Tariffs On $200 Billion More Chinese Products

The White House says the tariffs are a response to unfair trade practices by China. China responded with levies of its own, targeting $ 34 billion in USA pro...


Tayyip Erdogan sworn in as Turkey's first executive president

He also promised to "leave behind a system that cost the country heavily because of the political, social and economic chaos it caused in the past", according ...


Family: Woman on oxygen dies after power cut off to her home

The power company contends that they did not have record of a medical condition that required Daniels' electricity to stay on. At one point during the day, pa...


Canada adds jobs, sees more job hunters

Average hourly wages in June rose by a healthy 3.5 percent from a year earlier. Before December 2017, the unemployment rate in the region had never dipped bel...


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