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India has few arrows in its quiver to fight a trade war with the US

At the receiving end of the protectionism are countries like India and China, the latter being the shopfloor of the world. India is hit on another front as it is the largest outsourcing play in the IT space.
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This Canon point-and-shoot is one of our favorites—and a refurbished model is 25% cheaper right now

The Canon PowerShot GX 9 point-and-shoot digital camera is among the best, and a refurbished model direct from Canon is 25% cheaper than buying new.             
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Start-up king Jim Clark shoots for latest success with CommandScape

Five times before, he's started a successful tech company: Silicon Graphics. Netscape. WebMD. MyCFO. Shutterfly. And he's convinced No. 6, CommandScape, is another winner.     &#
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GoDaddy CEO Blake Irving to retire; COO to take reins

GoDaddy COO Scott Wagner will assume CEO duties in 2018. Irving says he will remain on GoDaddy's board through June 2018.             
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2 of 4 suspects in Spain attacks held without bail; 1 freed

A judge ordered two of the four surviving suspects in the extremist attacks in Spain held without bail, another detained for 72 more hours and one freed with restrictions Tuesday after the men appeare
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Russia says European leaders support truce in east Ukraine

The Kremlin says the leaders of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France have spoken in support of a new attempt to secure a lasting cease-fire for eastern Ukraine.
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Barcelona suspect says terrorist cell planned to bomb monuments in city

Dead imam recruited young men from the Moroccan immigrant community in the mountain town of Ripoll.
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UK names expert to negotiate free trade deals in the post Brexit world

The man charged with helping to negotiate Britain's free trade deals around the world post-Brexit has said the agreements can help improve global security. Crawford Falconer, w
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Bea Wain, big band singer whose career launched at age 6, dies at 100

Bea Wain, one of the last surviving singers of prominence from the big band era who began performing on the radio when she was only 6 and remained a stage presence for decades, has died. Wain died
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L.A. looks to join fight against Trump administration over threats to withhold anti-crime funds for 'sanctuary' cities

The city of Los Angeles sought Tuesday to join a legal battle against President Trump’s Department of Justice over conditions requiring police to cooperate with immigration enforcement officials
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Dodgers could place Cody Bellinger on disabled list while he recovers from sprained ankle

After keeping rookie star Cody Bellinger out of the lineup the last three games, the Dodgers are “leaning toward” placing him on the disabled list as he recovers from spraining his right ankle
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Kushner heads to Israel for latest attempt at peace deal

President Trump’s son-in-law and advisor Jared Kushner arrives in Israel on Wednesday in the latest U.S. effort to revive long-stalled Middle East peace talks, but at a time when progress may be
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Mark Wahlberg is Forbes' top-earning actor of 2017, making way more than top-paid actress Emma Stone

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Today in Entertainment: Michael Kenneth Williams cut from Han Solo film; Morgan Freeman to receive Life Achievement honor at SAG Awards

Tiger Woods has threatened to sue a celebrity smut site and the as-yet-unidentified person who stole and leaked nude photos of ex-girlfriend Lindsey Vonn and a full-frontal image of the pro golfe
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'We are absolutely puzzled': Reward offered in case of missing woman

For Susan Park, the last six months have been torture. Her daughter Elaine, 20, has been missing since Jan. 28, when she was last seen leaving her ex-boyfriend’s house in Calabasas. On Feb. 2, h
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'Not one drop' of Poland Spring bottled water is from a spring, lawsuit says

Poland Spring, the country's bestselling bottled water, is "a colossal fraud," according to a class-action lawsuit.The lawsuit, filed last week in Connecticut, alleges that instead of spring water
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