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Xi Jinping heads into battle over legacy of China's economic miracle (17 Dec 2018)
When Victor Gao was growing up in rural China in 1970s, cars and trucks were so rare he would chase them with the other children through the dirt roads, overjoyed by the strange sight.

Why China still needs Silicon Valley (17 Dec 2018)
China may be in the middle of a tech battle with the United States, but that hasn't stopped some of its biggest companies from expanding their presence in Silicon Valley.

Goldman Sachs hit with criminal charges over scandal-hit investment fund (17 Dec 2018)
Malaysia has filed criminal charges against Goldman Sachs over its dealings with scandal-hit investment fund 1MDB.

British Prime Minister blasts calls for 2nd referendum (17 Dec 2018)
British Prime Minister Theresa May will condemn the prospect of a second Brexit referendum in an address to Parliament Monday, as pressure for a new vote grows both inside and outside a bitterly divided Westminster.

Three-year-old allegedly raped in Delhi on anniversary of brutal bus attack (17 Dec 2018)
A three-year-old girl is recovering in hospital after she was allegedly raped in Delhi on Sunday, exactly six years after the brutal gang rape of a student on a bus in the Indian capital ignited protests across the country.

Trump's Washington faces one last week of uproar in 2018 (17 Dec 2018)
A frenzied year in Washington is going out with a roar as the political forces that combined to make the first half of President Donald Trump's mandate so turbulent come to a head in a hugely consequential run-up to the holidays.

Giuliani indicates Trump discussed Moscow tower later than previously known (17 Dec 2018)
President Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani suggested on Sunday that Trump had spoken with his former attorney Michael Cohen past January 2016 about a Trump Tower in Moscow.

Saudis rebuke US Senate on Khashoggi murder (17 Dec 2018)
Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs rebuked a resolution passed by the United States Senate condemning Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

'Slave law' protests turn violent in Budapest (17 Dec 2018)
A fourth night of demonstrations turned violent in Budapest on Sunday when thousands of people took to the streets to protest against new laws requiring workers to take on up to 400 hours' overtime a year.

Why Trump could win in 2020 (15 Dec 2018)
A fourth night of demonstrations turned violent in Budapest on Sunday when thousands of people took to the streets to protest against new laws requiring workers to take on up to 400 hours' overtime a year.


Explosion near pub in Japan injures dozens (16 Dec 2018)
An explosion near a pub in the northern Japanese city of Sapporo on Sunday night injured at least 42 people, including one critically, said Hokkaido Police public relations officer Ryohei Kashihara.

UK flirts with second referendum to escape eternal Brexit chaos (17 Dec 2018)
It was only months ago that the mere utterance of a second referendum would be palmed off by the bulk of Britain's political class as wishful thinking by "remoaners" who voted to stay in the European Union.

Analysis: After 30 years, leaders are still fighting about basic truths of climate science (16 Dec 2018)
Hidden in the 133-page document agreed upon at the UN climate change talks was a compromise that many consider an infuriating distraction. The countries of the world agreed to welcome the fact that a scientific report on the state of global warming had been produced. But they failed to welcome its findings.

Detention of 100 Christians raises concerns about religious crackdown in China (17 Dec 2018)
A prominent Chinese pastor and legal scholar is one of 100 Christians detained by authorities after he was reportedly arrested on allegations of "inciting subversion of state power."

4,400-year-old tomb discovered in Egypt (16 Dec 2018)
A more than 4,000-year-old private tomb containing "exceptionally well-preserved" drawings has been discovered south of Cairo, according to Egypt's Ministry of Antiquities.

Meet the pilots of Virgin Galactic's first flight to space (15 Dec 2018)
After months of testing Richard Branson's rocket-powered plane at lower altitudes, two of Virgin Galactic's test pilots made it to the edge of space on Thursday 51.4 miles above Earth.

Boeing delivers first 737 from new Chinese factory (15 Dec 2018)
Boeing on Saturday delivered its first 737 airliner from its new factory in China -- a debut that comes amid a 90-day truce in the US-China trade war.

Toyota turns to AR to build cars faster (22 Nov 2018)
In the nearly four years since Microsoft introduced its HoloLens augmented-reality headset, consumers have largely forgotten about it. But now it's gaining traction among an unlikely audience: car makers.

BMW's robot army makes 1,000 cars a day (28 Nov 2018)
A look inside the BMW factory in Munich, where they have been making vehicles since 1952.

Google's incredible growth: A timeline (28 Nov 2018)

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