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Further Taliban assaults likely in weeks ahead: Mattis

The Taliban is likely to keep up its recent surge of violence in advance of scheduled parliamentary elections in October but Western-backed Afghan defenses will not break, U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Thursday.

Bank Audi Turkey subsidiary weathers crisis: Baz 

The fall of the Turkish lira against the dollar and its economic ramifications on emerging markets have become one of the main news headlines around the world, as analysts rush to provide different scenarios on the future of Turkey.

Bank Audi Turkey subsidiary weathers crisis: Baz 

The fall of the Turkish lira against the dollar and its economic ramifications on emerging markets have become one of the main news headlines around the world, as analysts rush to provide different scenarios on the future of Turkey.

Djokovic ahead in Cincinnati, Muguruza stunned

Novak Djokovic completed his comeback from elbow surgery by winning Wimbledon for the fourth time. He’s inching closer to one of the few titles to elude him throughout his career.

Tesla forms three-member panel to look at any Musk deal

Tesla Inc's board named a special committee of three directors on Tuesday which will evaluate Elon Musk's proposals to take the company private, although it said it was yet to see a firm offer from the company's chief executive.

French police on Mont Blanc duty try to keep climbers in line

Standing outside their yellow hut on a ridge 3,200 meters above sea level, two French gendarmes peer through binoculars at a group of foreign climbers making their way across a scree-littered stretch on what has become one of the deadliest routes to the top of Mont Blanc.

Ford celebrates 10 millionth Mustang

The Ford Mustang – an iconic American brand and a symbol of cool – reached a major milestone Wednesday as the 10 millionth vehicle rolled off an assembly line at a Detroit-area plant.