After nearly five days of deliberations, a US jury on Thursday said Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd should pay $539 million (£403.26 million) to Apple Inc. for copying patented smartphone features, according to court documents, bringing a years-long feud between the technology companies into its final stages.
US jury awards Apple $539m in Samsung patent retrial
North Korea said Friday it is willing to talk to the United States "at any time" after President Donald Trump abruptly cancelled a summit, prompting China to urge both sides to show restraint as a pall of uncertainty settled over the turbulent Korean peninsula once more.
North Korea open to US talks 'any time' despite Trump axing summit
North Korea has conducted all six of its nuclear tests at the Punggye-ri site, which consists of tunnels dug beneath Mount Mantap in the northeast of the country.
North Korea demolishes ‘nuclear test site’ with series of blasts
China has found no clues to explain what happened to an American citizen working at a U.S. consulate who reported suffering from “abnormal” sounds and pressure leading to a mild brain injury, a foreign ministry spokesman said on Thursday.
China says finds no clues to explain U.S. sonic incident
Turkey’s lira weakened more than 2 percent on Thursday, giving up some of the hefty gains it made after the central bank raised interest rates by 300 basis points on Wednesday in an emergency move to prop up the tumbling currency.
Turkish lira weakens sharply, surrendering some post-rate hike gains
Russia and Saudi Arabia have a common position on the future of the oil output cut deal, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Thursday, while Russia’s Lukoil said the deal should remain in place but needs to be altered.
Russia says it, Saudi Arabia have common view on oil deal
The Malaysian Airlines flight was blown out of the sky over conflict-wracked east Ukraine on July 17, 2014 en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur.
Russian military missile brought down flight MH17, say investigators
North Korea has hit back at US Vice President Mike Pence for threatening Pyongyang ahead of a planned summit between the leaders of the two countries.
North Korea hits back at US vice president
Asian shares fell on Thursday after the U.S. government launched a national security probe into auto imports that could lead to new tariffs, and President Donald Trump’s comments indicated fresh setbacks in U.S.-China trade talks.
Asia share markets hit by US. auto tariff threat, dollar pulls back
The United States has disinvited China from a US-hosted naval drill over alleged militarization of the South China Sea.
China disinvited from US military exercise over South China Sea

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