US actors accuse Oscar body of intimidation

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The largest actors union in the United States on Monday accused the organizers of the Oscars of trying to intimidate celebrities not to present at rival

Euro zone bond yields tumble

Euro zone government bond yields fell to six-month lows on Tuesday as the German statistics office said the country had escaped a recession but still recorded its slowest growth

Late winner as Australia down Syria to go through

Tom Rogic is injury-time thunderbolt settled an Asian Cup thriller on Tuesday as defending champions Australia beat Syria 3-2 to reach the last 16 and knock out their war-torn

Foreign pressure mounting on Congo for vote recount

Democratic Republic of Congo faced growing pressure from African neighbours and beyond on Monday for a recount of its contested presidential election in a dispute that threatens

It is a whole big fat hoax

US president Donald Trump said on Monday he never worked for Russia, his first direct denial after a media report that the FBI in 2017 investigated whether he acted against US

Older people, conservatives more likely to share fake news: study

Facebook users aged 65 plus and conservatives are more likely to share fake news on the platform than younger or more liberal counterparts, according to a new study published

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