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Taiwan Arrests Three Foreigners in $2.5m ATM Cyberheist

Taiwan has arrested three foreign suspects over a $2.5 million cyberheist which used malware to hack into a major local bank's ATM network and steal bags of cash, police said Monday.

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Britain Eyes New Trade Deals for Brexit in Early 2019

The minister charged with securing new trade deals for Britain outside the EU said Sunday he was aiming for a Brexit date of January 1, 2019, as London made overtures towards Australia and Canada.

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Uproar as Albania to Dam Europe's 'Wildest River'

"This river will bury the living and the dead," sighed Enver Vasilaj, 93, standing by the Vjosa, one of Europe’s last wild waterways, which runs uninterrupted from its source in northwest Greece to the Adriatic Sea.

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Bad Year for Wall Street's Golden Boy Ackman

For a Wall Street star once dubbed the "Baby Buffett," Bill Ackman is having a pretty bad year.

Huge bets on companies like Valeant and Herbalife have delivered steep losses to the flamboyant billionaire's Pershing Square hedge fund.

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Venezuelans Pour into Colombia to Buy Basic Goods

Thousands of Venezuelans crossed Saturday into the Colombian city of Cucuta to buy food and medicine, taking advantage of another brief opening in the border that's been closed nearly a year.

Caracas authorized the temporary opening a week after some 35,000 Venezuelans poured across the border during a 12-hour opening of the pedestrian bridge that connects Tachira, Venezuela and Cucuta.

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Visit France to Defy 'Terrorists', Says U.N. Tourism Boss

The U.N. tourism chief Friday urged holiday makers to express solidarity with France by visiting the country to defy "terrorists" after a truck attack in Nice killed at least 84.

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Oil Slides on Resurgent Supply Glut Worries

World oil prices fell Friday on resurgent worries over a supply glut and weak demand, with some analysts forecasting crude prices could fall to $40 a barrel.

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European Stocks Fall at Open after Nice Attack

Europe's main stock markets fell at the open on Friday, with sentiment hit by the fatal Nice truck attack according to traders, offsetting Wall Street records and positive Chinese data.

London's benchmark FTSE 100 index dropped 0.2 percent to 6,641.75 points compared with the close on Thursday.

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Boeing Eyes Rivals as it Turns 100

Boeing, creator of some of the world's most iconic aircraft of the 20th century, commemorates its centennial Friday facing multiple challenges to remain at the forefront of global aerospace innovation.

At the top of the list is European archrival Airbus, which has topped Boeing in commercial orders in recent years and made inroads into the American market by building planes on US shores.

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Pound Gains as Bank of England Holds off Rate Cut

The pound built on the previous day's gains in Asia Friday after the Bank of England surprised markets by holding fire on an interest rate cut at its first meeting since Britain voted to leave the European Union.

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