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A senior Iraqi military commander says his country's war against the Islamic State (Isis) group is over.
A-listers Kidman and Witherspoon confirmed to return for second series of the hit Emmy-winning HBO show.
Alliance of Marxist-Leninists and Maoists in Himalayan nation could form the next government in Kathmandu.
Gossip news titan Howard faces a litany of allegations about his behaviour at both the National Enquirer and previous employers.
Jobs report makes clear the US economy is on a firm footing but income levels nowhere near boom times.
South Korean is studying ways to regulate speculative trading in cryptocurrencies as the latest surge in prices stokes a craze over bitcoins.
As the price of the world's most popular virtual currency keeps surging — to a record $17,000 on Thursday — here's a quick look at what it is and how it is "mined."
Prime Minister Theresa May says the agreement guarantees the rights of 3 million EU citizens in the UK and 1 million Britons elsewhere in the bloc.
The job cuts will mostly be outside the US and will comprise approximately 18% of the power unit's workforce.
Prison service, tax collection and social services for the elderly among victims of vicious hack attack on North Carolina local government.
The little blue pill that's helped millions of men in the bedroom is turning white.
In the age of Amazon, the company is changing its legal name to reflect a shift away from mere physical stores.
Latest tit-for-tat between Russia and the US over government-funded media outlets sees Voice of America ejected.
Feud between internet giants leads to YouTube being pulled from all Amazon home devices including Fire TV and Echo Show from 1 January.
Bank worker used her position to withdraw the money from two savings accounts belonging to a customer.
The European Commission has ordered Ireland to collect back taxes for the years 2003-2014.
Internal memo revealed the executive's departure but company declines further comment on the matter.
Automaker's Urus model enters a luxury field crowded with the Mercedes G-Class, Bentley Bentayga and the trailblazing Porsche Cayenne.
The high-profile attendance of Apple and Google at a Chinese conference promoting Beijing's vision of a censored internet highlights the dilemma for Western tech firms.
The free app is aimed at kids under-13, who can't yet have their own accounts under Facebook's rules, though they often do. Messenger Kids comes with controls for parents.