After the initial shock of his son's death subsided, Azim realized that there are victims on both sides of the gun.
UK says post-Khashoggi measure hits company’s ability to honour Typhoon contract
Users criticise search results as more content is walled off by rivals Tencent and Alibaba
German carmaker sets out green ambitions as it still reels from diesel emissions scandal
Tokyo baffled at UK foreign and trade ministers’ tactics on eve of meeting
Regulator wants bad-debt managers to focus on core business and avoid shadow banking
New York hedge fund offloads $1bn stake as Barclays chief battles activist investor
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Move underlines challenges for London and Brussels in maintaining security co-operation
Theresa May hopes attorney-general can win round fellow Brexiters to backstop
Shadow chancellor says future state backing for Ineos could be jeopardised
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The expert known for predicting the 2015 crude collapse weighs in on the year's rally.
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Techies are finding new uses for consumer devices to help monitor their aging parents, who are increasingly opting to live independently.
Funko wasn't hit as hard by the bankruptcy and closure of Toys R Us because it does not allow one retailer to...