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Anti-Trump demonstrators organized by RefuseFascism.org march through the streets of Washington January 18, 2017. Reuters

Washington braces for anti-Trump protests

Thousands take to the streets in New York, Washington ahead of Donald Trump's presidential inauguration

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For America, a less than edifying moment

A scholarly president will pass on the powers to an abusive successor

Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe addresses reporters at a hotel in Beijing, China April 9, 2016. Reuters

NZ, Sri Lanka to consider free trade

New Zealand trade minister meets Sri Lankan prime minister at WEF

Koichi Hamada, professor emeritus of economics at Yale University and an economic adviser to Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, poses for photos after an interview with Reuters in Tokyo March 15, 2013. Reuters

Japan push back if Trump goes 'wrong' 

Adviser to PM Abe expresses direct concern about billionaire businessman’s economic plans  

Mitsubishi to postpone jet delivery fifth time

The setbacks could hurt MRJ, part of Japan's long-held ambition to re-establish industry dismantled by the US after World War Two

Messi praises Ronaldo’s ‘great’ feats

Messi feels Ronaldo deserves a lot of credit

Bollywood actor Salman Khan sits in a car as he leaves a court in Mumbai, May 6, 2015. Reuters

Salman Khan acquitted in weapons case

Case could have derailed Bollywood superstar’s career

All-female Afghan orchestra in Davos

It has put women's rights at WEF center stage

German Chancellor Angela Merkel addresses the media at the Chancellery in Berlin, Germany, January 18, 2017. Reuters

EU welcomes Brexit clarity

UK PM’s speech provides clear path ahead, raises worries of abrupt timetable

Samsung Group chief, Jay Y Lee, leaves after attending a court hearing to review a detention warrant request against him at the Seoul Central District Court in Seoul, South Korea, January 18, 2017. Reuters

Samsung chief arrest warrant dismissed

His arrest was sought on suspicion of bribery, embezzlement and perjury

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Koichi Hamada, professor emeritus of economics at Yale University and an economic adviser to Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, poses for photos after an interview with Reuters in Tokyo March 15, 2013. Reuters

Japan push back if Trump goes 'wrong' 

Adviser to PM Shinzo Abe expresses direct concern about the billionaire businessman’s economic plans  

Trump to take executive actions on Day One

Trump is preparing to sign executive actions on his first day in the White House to take the opening steps to crack down on immigration

Bollywood actor Salman Khan sits in a car as he leaves a court in Mumbai, May 6, 2015. Reuters

Salman Khan acquitted in weapons case

Case could have derailed Bollywood superstar’s career