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Donald Trump expects NATO nations to make "real progress" towards increasing the amount they spend on defence in 2017, his vice-president has revealed.
Uber has launched an "urgent investigation" after a former employee wrote a blog alleging sexual harassment and sexism at the company.
The global arms trade has risen to its highest level since the Cold War, according to a study.
A British suicide bomber has blown up a vehicle full of explosives near the Iraqi city of Mosul, IS said in a statement reported by the SITE Intelligence Group.
North Korea has demanded to see the suspects detained over the apparent assassination of Kim Jong-Un's half-brother, saying the investigation by the Malaysian authorities cannot be trusted.
Shares in Marmite maker Unilever have slumped by 6.6% after US rival Kraft Heinz abandoned its £115bn offer to swallow up the consumer goods giant.
Hitler's personal telephone - used to dictate many of his deadly Second World War commands - has been sold at auction for £195,000.
The US defence secretary James Mattis has said his country is not in Iraq "to steal anybody's oil" on a surprise visit to Baghdad.
When China's president travels abroad, he likes to present an image of a country that is open and outward-looking.
Donald Trump explains 'Swedish incident': I heard it on TV report
Donald Trump has said his reference to a non-existent incident in Sweden was based on a TV report he had seen on Fox News.