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Trump and siblings sued for fraud by family member

Image caption Mary Trump is a psychologist, businessperson and author. US President Donald Trump's niece has filed a lawsuit, accusing him and two family members of fraud and conspiracy. Mary Trump alleges that Mr Trump, his sister Maryanne Trump Barry and brother Robert Trump, who died in August , cheated her out of an inheritance. Ms Trump, who in July released a tell-all memoir about the president, is seeking to recover millions of dollars ... Full story

Chen Qiushi: Chinese journalist missing since February 'under state supervision'

Image caption Chen Qiushi had not been seen since February. A Chinese citizen journalist who disappeared in February after reporting on the outbreak of the coronavirus has been found, a friend has said. The whereabouts of Chen Qiushi have not been known since he was allegedly "quarantined by force". A friend has now uploaded a video to YouTube saying he is in "good health" but is under government supervision. There have been separate reports ... Full story

The White House: "LIVE: @PressSec holds a briefing"

The White House: "LIVE: @PressSec holds a briefing" - -. - Sorry, this site requires JavaScript for full functionality. Please enable JavaScript in your browser and reload the page. Full story

Police seize more than 320,000 recycled condoms - BBC News

Image caption The condoms were washed, reshaped and repackaged before being resold. Vietnamese police have seized more than 320,000 used condoms that were recycled to be illegally resold to unsuspecting customers, local media report. Footage showed dozens of bags that together weighed 360kg (794lbs) in a warehouse that was recently raided in the southern Binh Duong province. A woman, who was believed to be the owner of the warehouse, was ... Full story

The name's Bond, seriously: 007's namesake found in Polish Cold War archives

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poles were left shaken and stirred by news that a suspected British agent called James Bond was on Her Majesty’s secret service in the country in the 1960s, after the Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) posted about him on social media. According to the institute’s archive James Bond came to Poland on Feb. 18, 1964 and was officially employed as an archivist for the British Embassy Military Attache. He soon came to the ... Full story

UAE, Israeli cyber chiefs discuss joining forces to combat common threats

FILE PHOTO: Emirati and Israeli flags fly upon the arrival of Israeli and U.S. delegates at Abu Dhabi International Airport, in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates August 31, 2020. REUTERS/Christopher Pike. DUBAI/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates and Israel share threats to their national online networks, the Israeli cyber-security chief said on Thursday in a rare public discussion of potential cooperation with his counterpart ... Full story

Mnuchin says U.S. Treasury cannot act on own to avert airline layoffs

WASHINGTON/CHICAGO (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told Congress on Thursday he cannot tap unused coronavirus lending authority to provide cash grants to help U.S. passenger airlines avoid thousands of layoffs. U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin testifies during a Senate's Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs hearing examining the quarterly CARES Act report to Congress, in Washington, DC, U.S., September 24, ... Full story

Exclusive: U.S., UK, Canada plan sanctions on Belarusians, perhaps Friday

WASHINGTON/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The United States, Britain and Canada plan to impose sanctions on Belarusian individuals following what they view as a rigged election and violence against peaceful protesters since, six sources familiar with the matter said on Thursday. FILE PHOTO: An opposition supporter waves a historical white-red-white flag of Belarus in front of law enforcement officers during a rally to demand the resignation of Belarusian ... Full story

Senate panel plans to issue subpoenas to CEO's of Google, Facebook, Twitter

Slideshow ( 2 images ). WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate Commerce Committee chaired by Republican Senator Roger Wicker will issue subpoenas to the chief executives of Twitter Inc TWTR.N , Alphabet Inc's Google GOOGL.O and Facebook Inc FB.O if they do not agree to testify at a hearing on Oct. 1. The hearing will discuss a legal immunity known as Section 230 that technology companies have when it comes to liability over content posted by ... Full story

Wealthy Britons step up citizenship shopping to thwart Brexit

LONDON (Reuters) - The number of British entrepreneurs looking to “buy” citizenship from countries offering visa-free access to the European Union has risen sharply, investment migration firms say, as prospects of a post-Brexit trade deal between Britain and the bloc darken. A handout picture shows Cap St. Georges Beach Resort in Paphos, Cyprus, in this picture provided to Reuters on September 24, 2020. ASTONS/Handout via REUTERS. Investment ... Full story