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British cabinet standoff over £30,000 threshold for skilled migrants
The British government’s post-Brexit immigration plans could face further delay amid a cabinet standoff over the minimum income threshold for future migrants, which ministers have warned is too high.
WEF: Gender equality at work more than 200 years off
Women may be shouting louder than ever for equal treatment and pay, but a report out Tuesday indicates it will take centuries to achieve gender parity in workplaces around the globe.
UK’s Labour pledges £100m a year to help rough sleepers in winter
The UK’s Labour has pledged £100 million a year in additional help for rough sleepers in cold weather, which the party says is key to reducing the unacceptably high number of homeless people who die each year in Britain.
S. Korea battles to raise birth rate
When Ashley Park started her marketing job at a Seoul drugmaker she had a near-perfect college record, flawless English, and got on well with her colleagues – none of which mattered to her employer once she fell pregnant.
Switzerland says Apple pledges to fix disruptions to rival payment app
Switzerland’s competition commission (WEKO) on Tuesday said Apple Inc. has agreed to make a technical fix to prevent the automatic launch of its Apple Pay from disrupting rival Swiss payment app TWINT.
Sprint, T-Mobile merger gets first green light
The proposed $26-billion merger between wireless operators T-Mobile and Sprint in the US won approval on Monday from regulators that vet such deals for national security concerns.
Wondrous extinct flying reptiles boasted rudimentary feathers
A microscopic examination of fossils from China revealed that the fur-like body covering of pterosaurs, the remarkable flying reptiles that lived alongside dinosaurs, was actually made up of rudimentary feathers.
SoftBank alum unveils 'affectionate' companion robot in Japan
Japanese startup Groove X, founded by an alumni of SoftBank Group Corp’s robotics unit, unveiled its first creation on Tuesday – a companion robot designed to make users happy.
Scientists spot Solar System’s farthest known object
Astronomers spotted the farthest known object in our Solar System – and they have nicknamed the pink cosmic body “Farout.”
Iranian publishers take active part in Beirut Int'l Book Fair
Iranian publishers had a strong presence at the 62nd Beirut International Arab Book Fair in Lebanon.
Spanish cultural activist: Iranian women playing key role in society
Iranian women play important role in society despite Western media propaganda, said the project manager of DocsBarcelona international documentary film festival.
McGregor called out by UFC rival Iaquinta
Al Iaquinta said Conor McGregor will have to fight him before a possible rematch with Khabib Nurmagomedov.
Ex-captains Keane, Neville slam Man Utd after Anfield loss
Former Manchester United captains Gary Neville and Roy Keane turned their fire on their old club after Jose Mourinho’s side fell to a dispiriting 3-1 defeat to old rival Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday.
Nuggets beat Raptors in matchup of conference leaders
Nikola Jokic scored 26 points, Jamal Murray had 15 of his 19 in the fourth quarter and the banged-up Denver Nuggets rallied past the equally banged-up Toronto Raptors 95-86 on Sunday night in a contest between NBA conference leaders.
Liverpool draws Bayern; United to face PSG in UCL last 16
Liverpool will take on fellow five-time winner Bayern Munich in the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League, while Jose Mourinho's struggling Manchester United faces French giant Paris Saint-Germain.

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