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US to impose new tariffs on European Union goods
The World Trade Organisation rules in favour of the US
Apple's immigrant workers 'crucial', says boss
Tech giant Apple voices support for child immigrants
Prince Harry sues UK tabloids in phone-hacking claim
The prince has begun legal action against the owners of the Sun and the Daily Mirror.
General Motors strike hits US economy
A strike by 50,000 workers at General Motors is now in its third week
IMF and World Bank warn of deteriorating global outlook
Today the World Bank published its World 2020 Development Report
Trump threatens to "wipe out" Turkish economy
How vulnerable is the Turkish economy to an economic assault?
Thirteenth round of US-China trade talks under way
China and the US resumed trade talks in Washington against heightened diplomatic tension
US postpones next tariff hike after China trade talks
The US has agreed to suspend its next tariff hike on Chinese imports
Japan counts costs of deadly floods
With 40 deaths and 110,000 rescuers mobilised, Japan is reeling from Typhoon Hagibis
Is a Brexit breakthrough imminent?
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier said details must be agreed by the end of Tuesday.
Could the UK be getting close to a Brexit deal?
Could the UK be getting close to a Brexit deal and what compromises will be made?
The UK and EU reach new deal on Brexit
Prime Minister Boris Johnson now has to get the draft agreement through Parliament.
Protests erupt over the jailing of Spanish separatists
Fresh clashes between riot police and protesters have broken out in Barcelona
Curfew in Chile amid violent riots
Protests continue in Chile despite the government ordering another overnight curfew
Brexit bill 'in limbo' as MPs reject timetable
MPs backed the Withdrawal Agreement Bill - but minutes later voted against the timetable.
Facebook's Zuckerberg grilled over Libra currency plan
He's tried to reassure sceptical US lawmakers over the safety of proposed currency.
Raging wildfires in California
Nearly 180,000 people are without power and hundreds have been evacuated.
Why does Facebook want its own news service?
Facebook has revealed a news tab that it says will help promote journalism
Virgin Galactic rockets on New York Stock Exchange
The company offering tourist flights to space rose as much as 10% on its debut
Boeing CEO appears before the US Senate
Boeing chief executive Dennis Muilenburg is quizzed by the Senate Commerce Committee
California wildfires threaten Reagan library
A new blaze near Los Angeles is getting closer to the library in Simi Valley
Trump impeachment inquiry enters a new public phase
The US House of Representatives has passed a resolution to proceed with the inquiry
TikTok owner scrutinised over Musical.ly deal
TikTok's Chinese owner is reportedly undergoing a national security investigation
Uber's losses top $1bn
We find out why investors are falling out of love with the tech company
Nobel Prize winner talks trade and inequality
The latest Nobel prize winner for economics talks about her new book.
Softbank's first quarterly loss in 14 years
The boss of Softbank has admitted poor judgement in relation to its investment in WeWork
Good news for Disney
Disney posts strong financial results ahead of the Frozen II premiere
Brazil's former President, Lula, released from jail
Brazil's former President, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, has been freed from jail.
Chinese firm plans British Steel rescue
Chinese firm Jingye promises to rescue British Steel which employs 4,000 people
Is the force with Disney's streaming service?
The entertainment giant launches into the crowded world of online video services
Trump impeachment inquiry grips America
Wednesday's hearings were broadcast live and uninterrupted by the major TV news networks