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CÚCUTA, Colombia—Hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans are fleeing their country’s misery and pouring across borders into nearby countries, particularly Colombia, creating a sharpening challenge for the region.As the collapse of Venezuela’s economy deepens, the number of those fleeing is accelerating.

Dow Jones, a News Corp companyNews Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services Higher prices for materials hint at inflation pressures Updated Feb.factories maintained momentum in January, buoyed by rising demand for equipment, in the latest sign companies are stepping up investment spending.

A much weaker dollar could be too much of a good thing.But last week’s quick-fire moves in the dollar might offer reason for caution in the longer run.

Canadian province’s partial ban on niqabs raises legal and political challenges Jan.25, 2018 5:30 a.

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Dow Jones, a News Corp companyNews Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services Farm discord comes as negotiators are to resume talks to renegotiate the Nafta pact in Washington Updated Oct.7, 2017 12:41 p.

More from Bloomberg.Earlier optimism that the iPhone would bolster Taiwan earnings had sent the Taiex to a 17-year high as inflows swelled.

LONDON (AP) — British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has fueled speculation that he hopes to eventually succeed Prime Minister Theresa May by spelling out his Brexit goals days before her major policy speech on the topic.The timing of his Brexit broadside is important because May is scheduled to detail her own Brexit views at a much-touted speech in Italy on Sept.

This campaign against the movies has little to do with a genuine interest in history, the cinema or the pursuit of truth.Why not those who rape British history?

The four-month tariff is now seen as the standard sentence for conspiracy to distribute child porn.Users of the network had to possess more than 10,000 child porn images in order to qualify for access.

The Hollywood heartthrob Harrison Ford is to be paid more than $1m a day for his next film, producers last night confirmed, adding fuel to a furore over the "obscene" pay demands of top stars.He said: "It's sick.

Police in Los Angeles have had their hands full containing real-life street racers over the weekend on which new US chart topper The Fast and the Furious opened to the public.While Pasquariello admitted that such raids were regular in a city blighted by street racing, this weekend's operation had been influenced by the release of the feature film.

But, he said, "everyone said I was mad".By then, it was universally accepted that Hitler's scientists had been years away from testing a nuclear device.

It seems likely Frida Kahlo would have approved, at least of the contents if not the packaging.The Frida Kahlo Corporation, created by Isolda Kahlo, also plans to market a 50cm Frida doll.

The son of a favoured photographer of Marilyn Monroe is awaiting a court ruling that will determine whether he can sell his father's pictures of the star.Josh Greene, whose father Milton took more than 4,900 shots of Monroe, including the celebrated portrait in a ballerina outfit, spoke out last night against a decision by California's governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger.

The flourishing underground trade in Iraqi antiquities is helping fund insurgents in the war-torn country, the man credited with saving thousands of treasures plundered from the National Museum of Iraq said yesterday.Nearly five years after looters ransacked the museum in Baghdad, al-Qaida and Shia militias are using the spoils to finance terror operations.

A feud over Emily Dickinson's literary legacy, which has been simmering for generations, came to a boil this week after thousands of the poet's manuscripts were published online.On one side sits Harvard's Houghton Library with its collection of manuscripts once owned by Susan Dickinson, Emily's confidante and the wife of her brother, Austin.

Boyhood, Richard Linklater’s audacious real-time coming-of-age tale, won big at the London Critics’ Circle awards on Sunday evening, meaning it continues with ever-more confident tread its path to potential Oscars glory.In his first speech, Linklater paid tribute to critics, saying he’d never sensed any friction in the relationship between reviewers and film-makers.