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World - U.S. defense secretary says United States has `enduring` interests in Asia-Pacific


By Idrees Ali TOKYO (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Wednesday the United States has `enduring` interests in the Asia-Pacific region and is working for an orderly transfer of power to the administration of President-elect Donald Trump. Carter is in Japan to try to soothe anxieties caused by the victory of Trump, who has called for allies to pay more to sustain U.S. forces, or face their possible withdrawal. The outgoing administration of Barack Obama made Asia and U.S. alliances there a top priority.


Wednesday, December 07, 2016  02:55

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World - U.S. defence secretary says United States has `enduring` interests in Asia-Pacific


TOKYO (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Wednesday the United States has `enduring` interests in the Asia-Pacific region and is working towards an orderly handover to the administration of President-elect Donald Trump. Carter is in Japan to try to soothe anxieties caused by the victory of Trump, who has called for allies to pay more to sustain U.S. forces, or face their possible withdrawal. (Reporting by Idrees Ali; Writing by Elaine Lies; Editing by Paul Tait)


Wednesday, December 07, 2016  02:03

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World - Scotland bans smoking in cars with children


A new law comes into force in Scotland on Monday banning smoking in cars when children are present, as part of the government`s plans for a `tobacco-free generation`. Under the law smokers face a £100 ($127, 119 euros) on-the-spot fine if caught lighting up in a private vehicle where under-18s are present. The penalty increases up to £1,000 if a case goes to court, under a bill passed unanimously in Scottish Parliament in December.


Sunday, December 04, 2016  20:17

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World - UK court convicts Belgian linked to Brussels, Paris attacks suspect


A British court on Tuesday convicted a Belgian man living in Birmingham of giving money to Brussels and Paris terror attacks suspect Mohamed Abrini. Zakaria Boufassil handed £3,000 ($3,770, 3,550 euros) in cash to Abrini when the latter visited the city in central England in July 2015, with the knowledge that it would be used for terrorism, the court found. Testifying at Kingston Crown Court in London last week, the 26-year-old admitted to meeting Abrini and to holding the money for his conspirator, Mohamed Ali Ahmed, but said he had `no idea` of its intended use.


Tuesday, December 06, 2016  14:18

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World - Belgian denies UK charge of funding Brussels, Paris attacks suspect


A Belgian man accused of giving money to a key suspect in the Brussels and Paris terror attacks took the stand in his British trial Thursday to protest his innocence and condemn Islamic State militants as `worse than animals`. Zakaria Boufassil, who lives in Birmingham in central England, is accused of handing £3,000 ($3,770, 3,550 euros) in cash to Mohamed Abrini when the latter visited the city in July 2015, with the knowledge that it would be used for terrorism. Testifying at Kingston Crown Court near London, the 26-year-old admitted to meeting Abrini and to holding a bag of money for his alleged conspirator, Mohamed Ali Ahmed, but said he had `no idea` of its intended use.


Thursday, December 01, 2016  19:07

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World - UK financial sector makes record tax contribution: study


Britain`s financial services paid a record amount in taxes last year, new figures revealed Tuesday, emphasising the sector`s importance as the country prepares to withdraw from the European Union. The sector`s total tax contribution reached £71.4 billion (84.7 billion euros, $90.9 billion) in the year to March 31, up 7.4 percent on the previous year, the study by consultancy PwC for the City of London Corporation showed. The figures represent 11.5 percent of the British government`s total tax receipts over the 12-month period and the equivalent of almost a quarter (23.3 percent) of financial services` turnover.


Tuesday, December 06, 2016  14:09

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World - RBS says to pay $1.0bn over toxic rights issue claims


Royal Bank of Scotland pledged Monday to pay up to $1.0 billion (950 million euros) to settle cases linked to a controversial 2008 shares sale conducted just before its state bailout. RBS, which is still 73 percent owned by the British government, said in a statement it has reached a `final settlement` with three out of the five investor groups bringing compensation claims against it over the matter. The Edinburgh-based lender has offered to pay up to £800 million to resolve all the compensation claims, but it remains in discussions with the two other groups.


Monday, December 05, 2016  09:18

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World - Ex-Chelsea player claims club `paid for silence on abuse`


A former Chelsea player has claimed he was paid £50,000 ($63,000) by the Premier League club not to go public about allegations that he was sexually abused by its former chief scout. Gary Johnson, 57, told The Mirror on Friday that he had been abused as a youth player by Eddie Heath, who is now dead. The latest allegations come as around 350 people have told British police they were victims of abuse by football coaches, deepening a scandal that has rocked the sport.


Friday, December 02, 2016  10:44

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World - Jones wants England to follow Ali against Australia


England coach Eddie Jones believes his side are now at their most vulnerable as they go in search of a record-equalling win against his native Australia at Twickenham on Saturday. Victory in the final Test of the year will see England draw level with their national record of 14 consecutive wins set in 2002-03 under the regime of Clive Woodward, whose side went on to beat an Australia team coached by Jones in the 2003 World Cup final in Sydney. In June, England whitewashed the Wallabies 3-0 in Australia but Jones said that would make them even more dangerous opponents, with the tourists desperate to atone for a 27-24 defeat by Ireland last weekend that scuppered their hopes of a Grand Slam.


Friday, December 02, 2016  03:15

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World - Probe finds coalition `mistake` in Yemen MSF strike


The Saudi-led coalition made a mistake when it carried out a deadly bombing next to a hospital supported by Doctors Without Borders in northern Yemen, an `independent` probe said Tuesday. In March 2015, the Saudi-led coalition began air strikes in Yemen against Iran-supported Huthi rebels and their allies, elite troops loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh, after the rebels overran much of Yemen. The coalition has faced repeated allegations of killing civilians in its campaign to support Yemen`s internationally recognised government led by President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi.


Tuesday, December 06, 2016  19:06

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