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Russia concerned by attacks in Syria, calls for restraint

Moscow is seriously concerned by the latest developments in Syria.

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Israel launches heavy Syria strikes after F-16 crashes

Israel launched heavy air strikes in Syria on Saturday, saying it hit air defenses and Iranian targets.

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Meet the Korean War veterans returning to South Korea for the Winter Olympics

At 84 years old, two U.S. Army and Navy veterans are watching the Olympics in the country where they served sixty-five years ago.

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Treating mental illness could save global economy billions — and it’s ‘costless,’ study says

Reducing mental illness is one of the key ways to increase happiness worldwide, according to a study by the Global Happiness Council (GHC).

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North Korea’s Kim Jong Un invites South Korean president for summit

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un invited South Korean President Moon Jae-in to Pyongyang “at an early date”, South Korean officials said on Saturday.

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US may boost Marine Corps force in East Asia, but critics warn it plays on fear card

The Pentagon may boost Marine expeditionary forces in East Asia, but a critic of the plan says it plays on the fear card.

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Google botched Nest integration after buying it, say former employees including co-founder Fadell

Now that Nest is rolling back into Google, former employees feel frustrated that the split happened in the first place.

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Insurers ‘risk breaking racism laws’

Former Equality Commission chair accuses insurers of complacency as BBC finds evidence suggesting ‘discrimination’

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Cheniere taps China’s booming natural gas market, signing first-ever US long-term LNG contract

Cheniere Energy announced it has signed the first-ever long-term deal between a U.S LNG exporter and China.

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Say what?

BBC readers share their worst examples of business jargon following our piece on Davos language.