“To try to appease the president would be an exercise in futility," Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif told reporters.
Trump may have to target cellphones, computers, toys, clothing, footwear, furniture and other consumer goods to meet $100 billion levies threat.
"Is anti-Semitism becoming acceptable in Germany?” asked Airbus CEO Tom Enders, after Kollegah and Farid Bang claimed the award.
The embassy staffers in Cambodia were reportedly using a nonofficial chat group.
Critics said traffickers used the platform to sell children for sex, however defenders say its ad hosting services are protected under freedom of speech laws.
A video appears to show an unarmed Palestinian shot in the back as he runs from Israeli positions.
Matthews denied the accusation, which he described as "untrue and scandalous."
"After years of military modernization, China shows the ability to wage war against Taiwan for the first time since the 1950s," the GOP senators wrote in a letter.
Police shot Clark dead Sunday, believing a cellphone he was carrying was a gun.
The firm is accused of obtaining the data of 50 million Facebook users to target them with personalised propaganda for clients.
Facebook said it was suspending political data analytics firm Cambridge Analytica after finding data privacy policies had been violated.
The billionaire tycoon will end his rags-to-riches story and hand the reins over to his eldest son, Victor Li.
Ivan Savvides, one of Greece’s richest men, joined a pitch invasion in the closing minutes of a clash with Athens side AEK
The move confirms Xi's status as the country’s most powerful leader since Mao Zedong died
Bannon is to deliver a speech at the far-right Front National party conference.
New Orleans beat the Kings 114-101, but result overshadowed by fears for how long Anthony Davis would be sidelined.
Images show the scale of the devastation caused by the "bomb cyclone."
The disturbance picked up strength quickly on Friday.