TOKYO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Donald Trump is expected to use his first meeting with a foreign leader as U.S. president-elect this week to try to reassure Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and other Asian allies rattled by his campaign rhetoric, advisers to Trump said.
KABUL (Reuters) – A suicide bomber on a motorbike killed at least four people and wounded several in an attack on a vehicle carrying national security officials in Kabul on Wednesday, a security official at the scene in the Afghan capital told Reuters.
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Other suspects may appear in a criminal case in which investigators have charged Russia’s former economy minister Alexei Ulyukayev with extorting a $2 million bribe, unnamed sources told Russian news agencies on Wednesday.
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Vietnamese officials announced last week the steel plant behind one of the country’s worst environmental disasters now meets acceptable standards for its discharged wastewater.
Study will put pressure on Philip Hammond to boost spending across public and private sectors in autumn statement
Britain ranks among the worst performers in the developed world for spending on new technology, industrial machinery and transport equipment, according to a study by the TUC of investment spending in the public and private sectors.
The UK came 34th out of the 34 members of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation & Development (OECD) for spending on transport equipment.
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