TAIPEI/BEIJING (Reuters) – China offered the Dominican Republic a $3.1 billion package of investments and loans to get them to sever ties with Taiwan, a Taiwan official said on Tuesday, after the Caribbean nation switched allegiance to China in a diplomatic blow to the self-ruled island.
In March, US President Trump imposed tariffs of 25% on US imports of steel and 10% on aluminium.
SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea’s Ministry of Defence said Tuesday it sees signs that North Korea has started dismantling loudspeakers that blared propaganda across the border.
In many countries, the institution of marriage is losing its importance.
As Statista’s Martin Armstrong points out, one indicator of this is demonstrated in the below infographic showing Eurostat data on the share of live births outside of marriage in EU countries.
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France is at the top with a majority of babies born out of wedlock – 60 percent.
On the other end of the scale, Greece has the lowest rate, where nine out of ten children were born to parents that were already married.
Move to delay the controversial measures gives Washington breathing room with its allies
Donald Trump has called the street gangs “animals” and killers yet has told mothers and children in Central America to stay put.
Increased processing power is making it possible to save on data storage capacity and delivery bandwidth. These advances will help us manage the coming data tsunami. Processing data to extract metadata during content ingest will help improve our access to and management of stored content.
MANILA (Reuters) – Thousands of workers and activists in the Philippines marched on Tuesday in a May Day rally to demonstrate against what they said was President Rodrigo Duterte’s failure to keep a campaign promise to get rid of short-term employment contracts.