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Snowboarding world championships moved to Aspen from China

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<p>OBERHOFEN, Switzerland &mdash; The snowboarding world championships were moved Tuesday from China to the United States because of travel restrictions related to the coronavirus...

Lobster biz braces for Chinese New Year impacted by pandemic

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PORTLAND, Maine — America's lobster exporters recovered from the Trump-era trade war with China to have a good 2020. But the industry is approaching...

Serbia leader says nation among top in Europe in vaccination

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<p>BELGRADE, Serbia &mdash; Thanks mostly to the Chinese and Russian vaccines, Serbia expects to take one of the leading positions in Europe when it...

World champs in women’s curling canceled for 2nd year in row

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GENEVA — The world championship in women’s curling were canceled for the second straight year on Monday, disrupting qualification for the 2022 Beijing Olympics. ...

German drug firm to pay $50M in US purity case at India site

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<p>LAS VEGAS &mdash; An international pharmaceutical company has agreed to plead guilty in a U.S. court and pay $50 million for deleting and hiding...

Hong Kong denies bail for opposition publisher Jimmy Lai

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HONG KONG — A Hong Kong court on Tuesday denied bail for government critic and newspaper publisher Jimmy Lai who is facing charges under...

Berlin festival announces this year’s competition film slate

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<p>BERLIN &mdash; The Berlin International Film Festival on Thursday announced 15 films that are part of this year's competition and will compete for the...

Nissan stays in red ink amid pandemic, Japan criminal trial

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TOKYO — Japanese automaker Nissan reported Tuesday losses for the fiscal third quarter, as its sales were hit by the coronavirus pandemic and its...

Snowboarding world championships moved to Aspen from China

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OBERHOFEN, Switzerland — The snowboarding world championships were moved Tuesday from China to the United States because of travel restrictions related to the coronavirus...

Businesses start to rethink Myanmar as coup ignites protests

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BANGKOK — Businesses are just beginning to reassess their investments in Myanmar after the military seized power, detaining civilian leaders and sparking mass protests....