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Incumbent Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was forced to hold the leadership ballot. He did not contest and later confirmed his intention to quit politics.
Shortly after Facebook's announcement, Twitter revealed it had also suspended 284 accounts for "coordinated manipulation," many of them apparently originating from Iran.
Negotiations with EU have got bogged down amid infighting within British Prime Minister Theresa May's divided Conservative government.
Over 90 percent of economists surveyed said they think the Trump administration's current and threatened tariffs will harm the economy.
The Tesla CEO was responding to an open letter from Arianna Huffington on Friday in which she called on him to change the way he works.
Emotional arguments about membership in the bloc are raging as fiercely as they did during the 2016 referendum.
Investors expressed relief at the prospect of a cease-fire in a trade standoff that has been escalating for months.
The move to fight rampant abuse and misinformation will require huge investments for a company that doesn't have the same resources as Google and Facebook.
Jones, who has 858,000 followers on Twitter, has built up his profile while promulgating sensationalist conspiracy. theories.
Ankara will impose extra tariffs on imports of rice, vehicles, alcohol, coal and cosmetics.
Germany's economy, Europe's biggest, grew by 0.5 percent compared with the previous three-month period.
San Francisco jury Jury awards $289M to man who blames Roundup for cancer.
Much of the interrogation focused on a demonic voice Cruz claims he has heard inside his head for years.
Warmer weather fueled UK construction and consumer spending after snow and ice curtailed activity in March.
A weak currency, high borrowing, and conflict with the Trump administration point to long-term economic problems for Turkey.
The murkiness of the $72 billion financing could turn into a legal mine field for Musk and Tesla.
Trump administration announced it would go ahead with previously announced 25 percent tariffs on an additional $16 billion of Chinese imports.
Mohmed Salman Patel that he was so distracted he might as well have been driving with his eyes closed, said judge.
The Equanimity, belonging to the financial fugitive, was seized by Indonesia off Bali in February in cooperation with the FBI.
It's up to Europeans to decide who they want to trade with, says European Union foreign policy chief.