Hungarian-born billionaire and Jewish philanthropist tells Davos crows that Trump is 'gearing up for a trade war' which would have 'very far-reaching effect in Europe and other parts of the world.'
The People's Daily said no amount of 'word bombs,' such as U.S. Secretary of State-nominee Rex Tillerson's South China Sea remarks, could stop China's military drills.
An AP fact check insists that President Trump was wrong about the size of the crowd on inauguration day, a misstatement later echoed by his press secretary. Trump was correct however in a tussle with a Time magazine reporter.
The avalanche followed a series of earthquakes. Alpine rescue teams reached the hotel overnight and rescue vehicles are arriving to join the effort.
Israeli defense minister tells former CIA chief that attempts to come to an agreement have failed since the Oslo Accords and that a regional framework is required.
Nisman, the late special prosecutor into the bombing of the AMIA Jewish center, died under mysterious circumstances. Authorities are still investigating whether his death was murder or suicide.
Beijing says it has no hostile intent, but has been involved in diplomatic spat with Washington over ship and aircraft patrols in the South China Sea.
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