Japan's Toshiba Corp said it expects to book its first net profit in four years, as it makes progress to recover from billions of dollars in losses at its US nuclear unit Westinghouse.
US President Donald Trump, in his first tweet of 2018, had lashed out at Pakistan for providing safe havens to terrorists and accused it of "lies and deceit" and of fooling US leaders while sheltering terrorists.
The ride-hailing company's quarterly revenue rose 11.8 percent to $2.2 billion from its previous quarter, the source said.
A decision to press formal charges against the long-serving premier now rests with the attorney general's office, which is expected to take weeks or months to decide how to proceed.
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Secretary-General Antonio Guterres informed the General Assembly in late January that 14 countries including Venezuela and Libya were in arrears, and Assembly spokesman Brenden Varma confirmed today that Venezuela has lost its vote in the 193-member global organisation as a result. Libya did as well.
"As such, the United States is pulling out all of its elements of intelligence gathering to provide a very very deep dive into the Chinese plan," Dan Coats, Director of National Intelligence told lawmakers during a Congressional hearing.
South Korea approved on Wednesday the use of a record 2.86 billion won (USD 2.64 million) to bankroll the cost of hosting hundreds of visiting North Koreans during the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao is accepting the check from the president in the amount of USD 100,000. The donation announced today in the White House briefing room comes a day after Trump released a plan to rebuild crumbling roads, bridges and ports.
Gross domestic product in the fourth quarter of last year rose 0.1 per cent from the previous three months, the Cabinet Office said.
Indian team led by an inspirational Virat Kohli on Thuesday scripted history by winning its first ever series across formats on the South African soil as they crushed South Africa by 73 runs.
South Korea's trade ministry said on Wednesday it will take a dispute to the World Trade Organization against the United States for imposing high anti-dumping duties on South Korean steel and transformers.
France will launch attacks if proof emerges that the Syrian regime has used banned chemical weapons against its civilians, President Emmanuel Macron said today.
President Donald Trump vowed today to revise a US trade deal with South Korea to secure more favourable terms, while also threatening retaliatory trade sanctions against China.
Pakistan will continue to threaten US interests
Any decision about the future will be made by the Commonwealth heads of government at the time of the Queen's death, but there is no formal process of choosing her successor.
Russian experts probing the weekend plane crash outside Moscow which killed 71 people said the accident may have been caused by ice on speed probes which led to faulty information on the crafts airspeed.
Defence Minister Sitharaman yesterday blamed Pakistan for the terror attack on the military camp and made it clear that Islamabad will pay the price for the "misadventure".
Leading members of the African National Congress now wanted the party's new leader Cyril Ramaphosa to replace Zuma as president, ANC secretary general Ace Magashule told journalists.
This was following a reported request by President Maithripala Sirisena to the UNP leader to step down as premier.
The boat, with seven crew members on board, was intercepted and brought ashore for investigation along with the seven crew members, it said.
Saeed, the mastermind of the 2008 Mumbai terror attack, heads the charity JuD, believed to be a front for Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terror group.
While the paper by the French economists argued that the post-1991 reforms have seen a rise in inequality, the Oxfam report said in 2017, top 1 percent of the population cornered as much as 73 percent of the wealth generated.
The White House has said it would consider lifting the freeze if it sees action by Pakistan against terrorist groups.
The Border Security Force (BSF) is giving sniper weapon training to the Mongolian border protection agency GABP.