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Former Mexican president Pena Nieto investigated over alleged campaign corruption - National

Former Mexican president Pena Nieto investigated over alleged campaign corruption – National

The Mexico Attorney General’s Office said Tuesday it is investigating allegations that former President Enrique Pena Nieto partially funded his 2012 election campaign with bribes from the Brazilian construction company Odebrecht, which has admitted to involvement in widespread corruption in Latin America. Attorney General Alejandro Gertz Manero said in a video statement that a former…

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Coronavirus: COVID-19 drives surge of online shopping

Coronavirus: COVID-19 drives surge of online shopping

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in thousands of people shying away from malls and in-person retailers due to concerns over limiting the spread of the coronavirus and as a result, online shopping companies are seeing a surge of business. With back-to-school around the corner in the U.S., some consumer experts expect another surge in July……

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China says US ‘oppressing’ Huawei with ‘national security risk’ label - National

China says US ‘oppressing’ Huawei with ‘national security risk’ label – National

China on Wednesday demanded Washington stop “oppressing Chinese companies” after U.S. regulators declared telecom equipment suppliers Huawei and ZTE to be national security threats. The Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday blocked the Chinese vendors from receiving subsidies from a government fund, stepping up efforts to limit their access to the U.S. market. Read more: China demands U.S….

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Several school children trapped after building collapses in Nigeria - National

Several school children trapped after building collapses in Nigeria – National

LAGOS — Many people including children were feared trapped on Wednesday after a building containing a school collapsed in Nigeria’s commercial capital Lagos, an emergency agency spokesman said, as rescue efforts began. Ibrahim Farinloye, spokesman for the National Emergency Management Agency’s southwest region, said there was no immediate information on any casualties. “It is believed…

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Turkey’s fairytale castles win reprieve after bankruptcy - National

Turkey’s fairytale castles win reprieve after bankruptcy – National

A half-built fairytale development of hundreds of Disney-style castles in Western Turkey won a reprieve from bankruptcy on Friday when creditors voted to allow a construction company to complete work on the project. The Burj Al Babas project, about 200 km east of Istanbul, was intended to be a luxury housing development boasting rows upon…

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Can Trump declare a national emergency to build his wall? Legal experts are torn - National

Can Trump declare a national emergency to build his wall? Legal experts are torn – National

The Trump administration is weighing using a national emergency declaration to circumvent Congress and the budget stalemate and force construction of the president’s long-promised southern border wall. READ MORE: All 4 living former presidents say Trump’s claim that they wanted a border wall is false “We’re looking at a national emergency because we have a…

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