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North Korea Keeping Up Work on Missile Sites, Report Says

SEOUL—North Korea is maintaining a network of undeclared ballistic-missile operating bases as diplomatic talks with the U.S. have stalled, a new analysis of commercial satellite images suggests. The analysis—in a report published Monday by…

Brexit news latest: 'EU withdrawal treaty almost ready to present to Theresa May's Cabinet tomorrow'

The EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier has said the key elements of the Brexit withdrawal treaty are ready to present to Theresa May's Cabinet tomorrow, reports say.

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Apple shares drop after iPhone supplier Lumentum cuts forecast

Apple Inc shares fell to their lowest in more than three months on Monday as the main supplier for its Face ID technology, Lumentum Holdings Inc , slashed revenue and profit forecasts, citing reduced orders from a major customer.

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Tobacco shares go up in smoke amid US crackdown plan

BAT and Imperial Brands slide as FDA considers menthol ban and tougher e-cigarette rules

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Gordon Brown says Brexit 'power grab' is a risk to the Union

The Scotsman 5 sources

Gordon Brown has backed the Scottish Government and the SNP over post-Brexit devolution, warning that UK ministers have put the Union at risk by holding on to powers returning from Brussels.

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Oil Jumps as OPEC Moves Closer to Cutting Output

ABU DHABI—Oil prices climbed out of the red Monday morning after weeks of losses that had wiped out all of crude's gains for 2018, as OPEC and its allies signaled a willingness to again cut production amid surging global supply. Brent…

BA owner seeks support from Spain in case of no-deal Brexit

The Guardian 6 sources

British Airways owner IAG has been seeking Spanish government support to continue its operations in the wake of a disorderly Brexit. According to letters reported in Spanish newspaper El País, Spain's government and Brussels doubt whether…

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BAT shares drop 11% on potential US menthol ban

Step would be a toughening from FDA, which is also expected to ban flavoured vapes

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Jo Johnson accuses Theresa May of deceiving British people over Brexit

Former minister savages PM's plans and says she's hiding bitter economic truth Remainers pledge to block her in commons and predict more will quit

Pound falls as Brexit uncertainty rises

BBC / Business 16 sources

The currency sags as Prime Minister Theresa May struggles to broker a cabinet agreement on Brexit.

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China says will further open up its economy, slams rising protectionism

Reuters 9 sources

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Monday Beijing will further open up its economy in the face of rising protectionism, as he headed for meetings with Asia-Pacific leaders in Singapore that are expected to focus on trade tensions.

Japan's SoftBank steps closer to transformation with mammoth mobile IPO

SoftBank Group Corp has won approval to conduct a 2.4 trillion yen ($21.04 billion) initial public offering (IPO) of its domestic telecoms business, in a deal that will seal the group's transformation into a top global technology investor.

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California wildfire death toll reaches highest on record as six more bodies found

Independent.ie 144 sources

The death toll from a wildfire in Northern California has risen by six to 29, matching the deadliest in state history.

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Singles' Day sales set new record at £24bn

Sky News / Business 48 sources

Chinese online retail giant Alibaba chalked up nearly £24bn in sales as its annual 24-hour Singles' Day event broke new records.

Australia strawberry scare: Accused saboteur 'motivated by spite'

BBC / Australia 17 sources

A woman accused of hiding needles in strawberries may have wanted revenge, a court hears.

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SAP agrees to buy Qualtrics for $8B in cash, just before the survey software company’s IPO

TechCrunch 45 sources

Enterprise software giant SAP announced today that it has agreed to acquire Qualtrics for $8 billion in cash, just before the survey and research software company was set to go public. The deal is expected to be completed in the first half…

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Asia stocks lower amid growth worries; oil rebounds

Reuters / Markets 8 sources

Asian shares drifted lower on Monday as signs of softening demand in China rekindled anxiety about the outlook for world growth, but Saudi Arabia's plans to cut production helped to halt a slide in oil prices.

Microchip implants in staff could become reality for some British workers

British companies are planning to microchip their employees in order to boost security and stop staff from accessing sensitive areas of the business, The Sunday Telegraph has learned.

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Saudi Arabia opens door to cutting oil production

Kingdom ready to cut output but Russia says excess supplies will not last

Change Brexit course or face total surrender - Britain's Boris Johnson

Reuters / UK 23 sources

Former British foreign minister Boris Johnson called again on Sunday for Prime Minister Theresa May to change course on Brexit, accusing her of forcing through a deal to keep the country locked in the EU's customs union in a "total…

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Emmanuel Macron Condemns Nationalism As 'Betrayal Of Patriotism' In Front Of Donald Trump

Huffington Post UK 71 sources

French President Emmanuel Macron has condemned nationalism as a “betrayal of patriotism” in an address to world leaders who gathered in Paris for Armistice commemorations on Sunday.

Sunday, Nov 11

Armistice Day: Macron urges world leaders to reject nationalism

BBC.com 71 sources

Events to mark the centenary of the end of World War One have been taking place around the world.

There are issues with the iPhone X

Apple has announced that two of its products – the iPhone X and the 13-inch MacBook Pro (non Touch Bar) – have known hardware issues. Bloomberg first reported on these issues after being posted on Apple's support pages.

Saturday, Nov 10

Jamal Khashoggi murder: Turkey 'shared Khashoggi tapes' with Saudi, US

BBC.com 101 sources

Turkey's president says he has shared recordings of the murder of the writer with the US, UK and Saudis.

President Trump cancels WW1 memorial at US cemetery in France ‘due to rain’

The Scotsman 79 sources

Donald Trump has come under fire for cancelling a visit to a cemetery in France due to rain.

Apple finds quality problems in some iPhone X and MacBook models

Apple Inc said on Friday it had found some issues affecting some of its iPhone X and 13-inch MacBook pro products and said the company would fix them free of charge.

Trump and Macron in frosty meeting over EU army call

Sky News / World 61 sources

Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron have had a frosty meeting in Paris after the French president said the EU needed its own army.

Friday, Nov 9

DUP accuses May of breaking Brexit pledge over 'Irish Sea border'

The Guardian 35 sources

PM says in letter she would not let break-up of UK customs territory ‘come into force’

Theresa May's convoy hit by car in Belgium – two police officers injured

Daily Star 30 sources

THERESA May has been involved in a car crash after a vehicle smashed into her convoy in Belgium as the PM visits war graves ahead of Armistice Day.

Transport minister Jo Johnson QUITS warning that Brexit is a 'disaster'

Daily Mail Online 82 sources

Jo Johnson today quit as a transport minister warning that Brexit is a 'disaster'.

White House defends doctored Trump-Acosta clip used to justify reporter's ban

The Guardian 86 sources

Press secretary stood by decision to revoke CNN reporter’s access and sharing video edited to make his actions more aggressive

Thursday, Nov 8

Thousand Oaks shooting: gunman kills 12 at California western bar

The Guardian 589 sources

Sheriff’s deputy is among the dead and the gunman was found dead inside the bar

Google updates sexual harassment policy after massive employee protests

In the wake of severe employee backlash and thousands walking out around the world demanding change, Google has updated its sexual harassment policy, apologizing to its employees, adding "it's clear we need to make some changes."

Trump bans CNN reporter Jim Acosta from White House after fiery press conference

Mirror Online 183 sources

Press Secretary Sarah Sanders appeared to accuse the veteran reporter of assault after a White House intern tried to wrestle the microphone from his hand

Tesla names new chair to replace Elon Musk

The Guardian / AU 161 sources

Robyn Denholm, one of two female directors on the board, assumes her new role immediately

Wednesday, Nov 7

Trump fires Jeff Sessions as attorney general hours after the mid-terms

Daily Mail Online 368 sources

Sessions was expected to quit or be fired soon after the election. However, Trump at his news conference declined to say whether he'd be getting the boot now or later.

Live midterm election results 2018

The Guardian 368 sources

Donald Trump faces a major test as voters in all 50 states go to the polls. The Democrats will be hoping to win enough seats to take the House of Representatives, and dreaming of a majority in the Senate. Track live results of all races

Midterm elections 2018 results LIVE: Trump loses CONTROL of House in BLOW to Presidency

Daily Express 81 sources

MIDTERM ELECTION results have started to flood in as the USA took to the polls yesterday in what has been described as the vote "of a lifetime". Follow the latest midterm elections news, exit polls and results here with Express.co.uk.

Dems take House in midterm elections but Republicans control Senate

Daily Mail Online 430 sources

The Democrats had won 204 seats in the American House of Representatives early on Wednesday and were on course for a majority, but their 'blue wave' of support broke short of the Senate.