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Apple services revenue expected to reach $7 bn this quarter Apple Logo Focusing on software and services in addition to its flagship hardware, Apple services revenue in the second quarter is expected to reach $7 billion.Read More
US judge blocks President Donald Trump order to restrict funding for 'sanctuary cities' President Donald Trump A federal judge ruled that US President Donald Trump can not coerce "sanctuary cities" to cooperate with immigration officers by withdrawing federal funds.Read More

US loses 1st trade battle with Mexico in Trump era Donald Trump With the World Trade Organisation ruling in Mexico's favour, allowing it to impose trade sanctions worth $163 million a year against the US, the Trump administration lost its first trade battle with the neighbouring nation.Read More
Mexico border wall very important tool to stop drugs: US President Donald Trump US President Donald Trump US President Donald Trump said that the border wall with Mexico is a "very important tool" for preventing the entry of illegal drugs into this country.Read More
Driverless cars trial set for UK in 2019 Driverless car A consortium of British companies on Monday unveiled a plan to test driverless cars on UK roads and motorways in 2019.Read More
World Bank to deepen cooperation with AIIB World Bank
The World Bank and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) here to strengthen cooperation between the two institutions.Read More

German Chancellor Angela Merkel calls for European solution to refugee crisisGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel stressed the importance of a European solution for the refugee issue on Tuesday.
Chinese President Xi Jinping for better ties with USChinese President Xi Jinping has put forward a four-point proposal on the development of a new model of a relationship between China and the US.
EU says Greek bailout not to exceed 86 bn eurosThe European Union (EU) dismissed reports which warn Greece's financing need will exceed 86 billion euros, the overall sum the country will receive under an Eurozone fund in its fresh bailout plan.
Demi Lovato denies ripping off Katy Perry in new single