RIYADH (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia’s King Salman on Saturday replaced the labor minister and set up new government bodies to promote culture and protect the environment as the kingdom seeks to modernize and create jobs for an overwhelmingly young population.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – In March, Daniel Trejo, a 41-year-old car mechanic in the Mexican northern border city of Nuevo Laredo, was violently pulled from his home at night by men dressed as Marines. It was the last time his wife saw him.
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Shanghai is not a city known for its design – at least not today. Yet with newcomers like The Waterhouse at South Bund injecting the city with unique, contemporary design, that tide is shifting quickly.
Brace yourself for yet more firmware update weirdness.
The latest U.S. non-farm payroll jobs numbers lived up to President Trump’s billing via Twitter today, with the unemployment rate at 3.8% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average rising almost 1%. But how many more times will the Federal Reserve raise interest rates in 2018? Don’t discount three.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – The United States vetoed on Friday a Kuwaiti-drafted U.N. Security Council resolution that condemned Israel’s use of force against Palestinian civilians, underlining Washington’s differences with friends and foes alike over the Israeli-Palestinian issue.
This week’s Apple Loop includes your new iPhone models for 2018, new iPhone X problems, why the next sales cycle will be super, what’s happening at WWDC, new MacBook delays, and how difficult has Apple made listening to music?
OTTAWA (Reuters) – Former Taliban hostage Joshua Boyle, who is facing criminal charges in Canada related to incidents after his release from captivity, was granted bail by an Ontario court on Friday, local media reported.