Russia 'starts to withdraw' forces from Syria
Moscow (CNN) Russia has started to cut back its forces in Syria, beginning with an aircraft carrier group, Russian state news agency TASS reported Friday. Warships led by Russia's sole aircraft carrier, Admiral Kuznetsov, will be the first to leave the …
Syria conflict: Russia 'starts to reduce forces'
Russia scales down Syria military deployment
Russia Starts Drawing Down Forces in Syria
LONDON, Jan 6 (Reuters) – World stocks held
near 1-1/2 year highs and the dollar moved up from a three-week
low on Friday, with investors looking to upcoming U.S. jobs data
to provide clues on the pace of U.S. interest rate rises this
Jan 6 (Reuters) – U.S.-based activist short-seller Glaucus
Research on Friday distanced itself from a company it said had
used its name and branding to conduct short-sell campaigns
against two Hong Kong-listed companies.
SEEON, Germany, Jan 6 (Reuters) – Siemens chief
Joe Kaeser said on Friday he does not expect the German
engineering group to come under pressure from U.S.
President-elect Donald Trump.
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Trump, UK Prime Minister Theresa May to Meet in Spring
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LONDON—Prime Minister Theresa May will meet with President-elect Donald Trump in the spring, marking the first visit between the two leaders, Downing Street said Friday. Two senior advisers to Mrs. May traveled to New York and Washington recently to …
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Under the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojna, government may transfer a certain amount to the bank account of poor people ranging between Rs 500 and Rs 1,000.
The BCCI spokesperson informed the mediapersons that only three selectors had reached for the meeting, which was scheduled to begin at 12:30 pm today.
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Former world No. 1 Chris Evert tells CNN that today’s tennis stars are under more pressure to perform compared with her day.