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Rashida Tlaib said permission to see family in the West Bank was subject to "oppressive conditions".
Officials on the island say it's keen for trade and cooperation but it's not on the market.
Russian crew are hailed as heroes for saving everyone aboard an Airbus jet hit by a flock of gulls.
It's a family business which has been around since 1942 - but now the last remaining cows are being sold off.
Mohammed Adam Oga says 14 others died as they waited to be rescued in the Mediterranean.
Actress Liu Yifei reposted a comment supporting Hong Kong's police on social media platform Weibo.
The financier awaiting trial for sex trafficking killed himself in jail, says post-mortem in New York.
Gas company P&ID has been locked in a legal dispute with the Nigerian government for almost a decade.
US customs officials have said they are working to resolve an 'outage' with their processing system.
At a rally, the president misdirected his ire at a man he thought supported a group of protesters.
Social app Hornet says Google moderators in Malaysia targeted its app several times.
The Kenya Airports Authority has overseen auctioned planes abandoned at Nairobi's Wilson Airport.

BBC Business

Months of political unrest in Hong Kong is prompting firms to question its appeal as a business hub.
Rupert Hogg steps down after "challenging weeks for the airline" over the Hong Kong demonstrations.
Turkey's military pension fund reaches a tentative deal to take over the insolvent steelmaker.
Amazon says its warehouse ambassadors are authentic, but critics accuse them of being "paid to lie".
Huawei, at the epicentre of the US-China trade war, is under fire over its representation of Taiwan.
Trading in the biggest shares was delayed until 9:40 while a technical problem was investigated.
Calls to reform the system are growing amid anger over rising fares and poor punctuality.
Ownership of the Port Glasgow yard has transferred to the Scottish government in a bid to secure its future.
Administrators for the Belfast shipyard say they are hopeful of a credible offer for the business.
The brand will start selling its line of children's clothes through Next stores next year.
Shares in General Electric tumble after Harry Markopolos alleges firm hid huge losses.
US prosecutors claim other companies were hit by a software developer accused of stealing Capital One customer data.

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