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Updated 11:29 AM EDT, Tue, Jun 16, 2020

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DNA cluster

Half the World’s Population Has This Previously Unknown Virus

You can have this new virus but it probably won't make you sick.

Inverstors look at the information displayed in the electronic sreen in Shanghai.

China Leads Higher Asian Shares, Euro Sags

Asian stocks bounced back, with China leading after data confirmed a massive increase in profits earned by the country’s industrial firms.

Solar panel display.

China’s Solar Energy Industry hit by U.S. Anti-Dumping Tariffs

China's solar energy sector was given new import duties by the United States after its Commerce Department found out that imported solar panels and cells that were sold cheaper in the U.S. market were hurting American producers.

The company logo as seen in an Audi car

FAW-Volkswagen Lowers Prices of Spare Parts in China

FAW-Volkswagen Automotive Co Ltd. (FAW-VW) announced on Sunday that it would cut prices for its Audi AG brand's spare parts in China after Chinese government started probing foreign auto industries.

Japanese macaque

Fukushima Monkeys Display Effects of Radioactive Poisoning

There are extremely high doses of radiation in the muscles of the monkeys.

NASA engineers prep a launch vehicle.

NASA Doesn't Have Enough Money for New Rocket System

NASA needs to mend its budget shortfalls to continue with the program.

Candu Nuclear Reactors

China on Agreement with Canada to Build Nuclear Reactors in Romania, Argentina

Chinese nuclear companies have deals with Candu Energy Inc. to cooperate in the construction of new reactors at Cernavoda plant in Romania and Atachu plant in Argentina.

Bear Stearns

Alan Greenberg, Former CEO of Bear Stearns, Dead at 86

Alan “Ace” Greenberg, the former chairman and chief executive officer of the collapsed global investment bank Bear Stearns, died on Friday at the age 86 due to cancer complications.

People lining up in a Starbucks store

Starbucks U.S. Hits Higher Sales After Food Menu Upgrade

Starbucks Corp announced higher quarterly sales after introducing new menu items in their U.S. cafes.

Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim in a presentation of digital platform

'Work Only 3 Days a Week,' Says Billionaire

Carlos Slim, the 74-year-old Mexican titan and the second richest man in the world, has urged people to work just three days week and have a four-day weekend in order to have more time to relax and to have new ways to be entertained.

Tom Hanks Films "Hologram to the King" in Egypt

American actor Tom Hanks arrived in Egypt on Friday to shoot his 2015 comedic drama film, “A Hologram to the King.”

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Movie

‘Apes’ Edges for Second Week at Box Office as ‘Purge,’ ‘Planes,’ ‘Sex Tape’ Come Close

A science fiction film sequel, “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” topped three new movies to maintain its throne in Box Office for the second week.

Chrisitan woman in Iraq

Christians Depart En Masse from Iraqi City

Christians flee Mosul, the second largest city in Iraq, after experiencing a threat and series of attacks from Islamic militants who evaded the city last month.

Producer of breaking Bad with Best Drama Series Trophy

'Breaking Bad,' 'True Detective' and 'Veep' Fetch Trophies at TCA Awards

"Breaking Bad" once again claimed the award for Program of the Year at the 30th Television Critics Association Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday.

Wave surges under the influence of Typhoon Rammasun

China death toll from Typhoon Rammasun rises to 14

Death toll from Typhoon Rammasun has surged to 14 since its landfall in southern China on Friday, state media declared on Saturday after leaving traces of havoc in neighboring Philippines with 86 deaths.

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