FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German prosecutors said on Monday they would not open a formal investigation of Mark Zuckerberg and other Facebook managers in connection with a complaint alleging the company broke national laws against hate speech and sedition.
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By Muvija M and Nivedita Bhattacharjee
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Aerial bombardment by the Syrian Army in northwest Syria, the biggest remaining rebel-held enclave, killed at least 28 people on Thursday, a war monitor said.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. construction spending increased more than expected in December as investments in private construction projects rose to a record high and federal government outlays rebounded strongly.
By Sarah White
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc said on Tuesday it will ban ads promoting financial products and services tied to cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. military said on Tuesday that a "human error in labeling" recently caused it to classify key data on the Afghan war, after a watchdog report criticized the move as limiting public accountability in the 16-year-old conflict.
By Brendan Pierson
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Libya should not rush into holding elections as part of U.N.-led efforts to end years of conflict and division in the North African nation, a senior African Union official said on Monday.
By Kate Kelland
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. economy is on track to grow at a 4.2 percent annualized rate in the first quarter, accelerating from the final quarter of 2017 that was held back by a surge in imports, the Atlanta Federal Reserve's GDPNow forecast model showed on Monday.
By David Ljunggren and Anthony Esposito
TEESPORT, England (Reuters) - Brexit minister David Davis said Britain should be able to access the European Union's existing trade deals with other nations during the implementation phase.
By Mark Miller
BERLIN (Reuters) - A politician in the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, known for its anti-Muslim rhetoric, has resigned from its board and converted to Islam, the party said on Wednesday.
By Mary Gillis
DUBAI (Reuters) - Deposits by foreigners in Qatari banks rose in December for the first time since other Arab countries imposed an embargo on Doha last June, data from Qatar's central bank showed on Tuesday.
By Paresh Dave
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As U.S. government funding ran out at midnight, the White House issued a statement blaming Senate Democrats for blocking a bill to avert a shutdown and said it would not negotiate on immigration, a key demand of Democrats.