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Today β€” February 24th 2020Your RSS feeds

UK employers urge Johnson not to sacrifice services in EU deal

By Georgi Gotev

Britain must not exclude its huge services industry from a planned trade deal with the European Union as the price for reclaiming control over its economy, a group representing British employers said on Monday (24 February).

For a President Who Loves Crowd Size, India Aims to Deliver

By Peter Baker

When President Trump comes to visit, world leaders face the challenge of finding ways to entertain and impress a leader who relishes spectacle.

Yesterday β€” February 23rd 2020Your RSS feeds

As India’s Economy Sags, Even the Trump Brand Is Struggling

By Kai Schultz, Suhasini Raj, Eric Lipton and Rebecca Conway

India has the largest number of Trump Towers outside North America, but sales are cool in an ailing market for luxury real estate.

A Bittersweet Homecoming for Egypt’s Jews

By Declan Walsh and Ronen Bergman

A rare ceremony at an ancient synagogue brought 180 Jews back to Egypt, decades after they were pressured to leave. But few Egyptians knew about it, highlighting government ambivalence.

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Inside the New York City Bodegas Going Viral on TikTok

By Aaron Randle

Captured on video, the unique culture of the colorful corner stores is winning fans around the world.

FreshDirect, After Broken Eggs and Angry Customers, Stages a Comeback

By David Yaffe-Bellany

Battling a troubled move and loss of shoppers’ trust, the New York online grocery service now contends with increased competition.

Firefighter Chases Woman Down Street

By Marlena Brown

Divided by race, politics and pasts, they found a place with each other … until they didn’t.

U.S. and Allies Blame Russia for Cyberattack on Republic of Georgia

By David E. Sanger and Marc Santora

Britain and Australia joined the State Department’s effort to deter Moscow from interfering in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.

U.S. and Allies Blame Russia for Cyberattack on Republic of Georgia

By David E. Sanger and Marc Santora

Britain and Australia joined the State Department’s effort to deter Moscow from interfering in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.

The #MeToo Balancing Act in High School

By Andrew Reiner

Many boys and young men think the movement is essential for girls and women, but struggle with how they fit into it.

Coronavirus Worsens U.S.-China Ties and Bolsters Hawks in Washington

By Steven Lee Myers and Edward Wong

But if hard-liners in the U.S. administration were hoping for a united, anti-China message from Washington, that goal has been undermined by President Trump.

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