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FILE PHOTO: White House Communications Director and spokesman Sean Spicer (L) stands with U.S. President Donald Trump at the conclusion of an interview with Reuters in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, US February 23, 2017. Reuters
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Sean Spicer resigns

Trump has chosen Anthony Scaramucci as the new communications director

How Putin sparked a Western military renaissance

The challenge now for Western militaries is to devise effective counters to Russia’s actions in Europe

DU team wins anti-terror competition in US

The Facebook-based anti-extremism campaign competition was held in Washington DC

Photo: NASA Twitter page

Hubble captures tiny Martian moon Phobos

The football-shaped moon makes cameo appearance during observation aimed at photographing Mars 

Losses loom for UK exporters without Brexit strategy

Almost half of British exporters have not reviewed their sales strategy, a survey finds

Sabbir eyes top form

He wants to leave behind Champions Trophy failures by scoring runs

No trees to be cut along ‘Jessore Road’

A total 2,312 trees were under risk for reconstruction of the road into four lanes

US Senator John McCain attends a news conference at the Benjamin Franklin Library in Mexico City, Mexico Dec 20, 2016. Reuters

McCain diagnosed with brain cancer

Brain tumour was found during surgery on US senator, former presidential hopeful

​Journey of a fake girlfriend

Blogger says her experience showed the generational tensions over finding a marriage partner in China

US Justice Department image shows a web screen after it had shut down the dark web marketplace AlphaBay, the site accused of allowing hundreds of thousands of people to buy and sell drugs, firearms, computer hacking tools and other illicit goods, released in Washington, DC, US, July 20, 2017. Courtesy US Justice Department/Handout via REUTERS

US shuts down a dark web bazaar

Authorities consider the action against AlphaBay as one of the largest ever taken against criminals on the dark web

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MasterCard credit cards are seen in this illustrative photograph taken in London December 8, 2010. Reuters

British class action against MasterCard blocked

MasterCard overcharged more than 45 million people over a 16-year period, the class action alleged

US to ban travel to North Korea

Travel agencies say the ban, which follows the death of a US student, will be revealed on 27 July.

China bans Bieber

It is 'not appropriate' for the Canadian pop star to visit China because of his 'bad behavior'