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Trade Deal Feeds China Taste For Beef, Won't Close Deficit

Trade Deal Feeds China Taste For Beef, Won't Close Deficit

Relations between the two governments have been warmer than expected after Trump lashed out at Beijing throughout the USA presidential campaign. President Trump touted the deal on Twitter this morning and fired back at critics saying "this is real news".


UK Labour launches defence policy with Trump blast

UK Labour launches defence policy with Trump blast

Speaking in London, Mr Corbyn said that the United Kingdom would have a "robust and independent foreign policy" working towards peace and security under a Labour government. He added that the world was now a more risky place than at the height of the cold war. Mr Corbyn pledged that RAF bombing raids on so-called Islamic State targets in Syria and Iraq would also be immediately reviewed should Labour win the election.



King Arthur: David Beckham's Cameo Unveiled in a New Excerpt

With his magical sword and bad boy reputation, Arthur portrays similar qualities to those of Hunnam's previous role as Jax Teller in " Sons of Anarchy ". Let us know what you think in the comments! There is some wonderful creature creation here, including what is essentially a real-life Ursula that - dare I say it? It's supposed to be a "modern" take on the legend, with actors like Charlie Hunnam as Arthur and Jude Law as his villainous uncle Vortigern hardly even pretending to not ...


Life on land originated 580 million years earlier than thought

Life on land originated 580 million years earlier than thought

Fossil evidence of early life has been discovered by University of New South Wales geologists in 3.48 billion year old hot spring deposits in Western Australia's remote Pilbara region. For the study, published in the journal Nature Communications , the researchers studied exceptionally well-preserved deposits which are approximately 3.5 billion years old in the ancient Dresser Formation in the Pilbara Craton of Western Australia.


Microsoft wants Windows to play nice with others

Microsoft wants Windows to play nice with others

The final build and submission to the App Store will still require a Mac, so you can't go without an Apple system entirely, but what this means is that if you want to develop, as many of us do, on a laptop and aren't on the same network as your Mac, you can.