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  • Rights experts: Japan's handling of Carlos Ghosn was wrong

    GENEVA - A panel of human rights experts working with the United Nations said Monday that former Renault-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn was wrongly detained in Japan and has urged “compensation” for him from the Japanese government.
  • Garneau 'disappointed' in airlines' move against new passenger bill of rights

    MONTREAL - Transport Minister Marc Garneau said he was "surprised" and "disappointed" by legal action from Canadian airlines to quash new rules to beef up compensation for passengers subjected to delayed flights and damaged luggage.
  • A Comic-Con without Marvel, HBO gives others a chance to pop

    SAN DIEGO - Comic-Con fans know one thing to be true: Where there is fun, there's usually a line that precedes it. And hours before the annual pop culture convention officially kicked off Wednesday night in San Diego, there were lines everywhere — to get onto the convention floor to buy merchandise at the stroke of 6 p.m.
  • PM reassures Duterte he will get rid of Canadian trash stuck in the Philippines

    MANILA, Philippines - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he reassured Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte that Ottawa is searching for a way to dispose of thousands of tons of Canadian trash languishing in the port of Manila.
  • Filipinos urge Trudeau to take out Canadian trash still festering in Manila

    MANILA, Philippines - Justin Trudeau's visit to the Philippines brought him within a short walk of a Canadian controversy that has lingered in the Port of Manila for years: about 100 stranded containers crammed with thousands of tons of rotting trash from Canada.
  • Inside story: How Russians hacked the Democrats' emails

    WASHINGTON - It was just before noon in Moscow on March 10, 2016, when the first volley of malicious messages hit the Hillary Clinton campaign.
  • British cybersecurity expert pleads not guilty to US charges

    MILWAUKEE - A British cybersecurity researcher credited with helping curb a recent worldwide ransomware attack pleaded not guilty Monday to federal charges accusing him of creating malicious software to steal banking information three years ago.
  • AP Exclusive: US probe of ex-Trump aide extends to Cyprus

    WASHINGTON - The U.S. government investigation of President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, crossed the Atlantic earlier this year to the Mediterranean island nation of Cyprus, once known as a haven for money laundering by Russian billionaires.
  • Trump son-in-law emerges as quiet force

    NEW YORK - A new power player has emerged among the feuding factions behind Donald Trump's presidential campaign, one that through the bonds of marriage enjoys a direct line to the Republican billionaire.
  • Rand Paul's Denver fundraiser is the first major-party event with legal marijuana business

    DENVER - Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul courted donors from the new marijuana industry Tuesday, making the Kentucky senator the first major-party presidential candidate to publicly seek support from the legal weed business.

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