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GENEVA—European auto executives are warning that if President Donald Trump imposes prohibitive tariffs on automotive imports they could be forced to curb investment in their U.S.

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Russian president Vladimir Putin significantly escalated anti-American rhetoric Tuesday with a chilling video of a new “invincible” nuclear weapon that was shown striking Florida in a CGI video.But the one question many people were asking was pretty basic: Why Florida?

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Sanofi SA’s recent disclosure of safety problems with the world’s only approved vaccine against the viral infection dengue has complicated efforts to contain a growing global epidemic and could delay potential new vaccines, public-health experts said.Late last year, the French pharmaceutical giant said its Dengvaxia product, first approved for sale in 2015, could in some cases worsen rather than prevent symptoms of the debilitating tropical disease.

Steve Bannon's fiery comments about President Donald Trump in a soon-to-be-published White House expose could impact Republican performance in the 2018 midterm elections, according to analysts.And for Republicans, the move toward the center guarantees getting primaried by a Republican challenger, a Breitbart type or so forth.

After escalating fuel prices, the biggest cost increase airlines faced this year was for labor Updated Dec.25, 2017 2:18 p.

Dow Jones, a News Corp companyNews Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services Pricey coastal markets would be most affected if standard deduction increase dulls break for homeowners Updated Oct.16, 2017 7:44 a.

Yet within the Trump tax plan, there's a provision that hasn't gotten a lot of attention.That could have implications down the road for Social Security -- implications that could lead to reduced benefits over time for retirees.

The version, cut to under two hours and called The Phantom Re-Edit: Episode 1.The unpopular CGI sidekick Jar Jar had had his dialogue redubbed and some of his goofier sequences removed.

Video sales of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone have broken records in the UK, America and Japan in the first month of release.Combined sales from around the world have totalled £280m ($400m) in the first three weeks alone.

All France's 650 summer cultural festivals face cancellation because of a protest by performers, musicians, dancers, stage managers and technicians that is likely to halt next week's Avignon festival.Theatres, films and television have also been hit by moves to bring the show business industry to a halt in a dispute over the reduction of unemployment pay for "resting" performing artists and technicians.

From this Sunday, the chart will reflect downloads (as well as "traditional" sales of CDs and vinyl) for the first time.James Gillespie, the OCC's new media co-ordinator, insists that the music industry is "very confident" in the charts' integrity.

Now, with this year's season under way, it is the turn of the legendary Milan opera house's dancers to display their temperaments.In a communique to La Scala's new general manager Stéphane Lissner, members of the 80-strong ballet corps complained that, after an estimated £42m refurbishment of the building, their dressing rooms are too cramped.

German film funding is in danger because of a new law hitting tax-sheltering investments.Currently Germans who pay high taxes can dramatically cut their income tax bills by writing off investments in tax funds which finance films, new energy and shipbuilding.

All along, the statue of Russia's most famous poet preserved a bubble of calm in the centre of Moscow.Although enmeshed by growing streams of traffic and overshadowed by neon billboards, it has preserved its reputation as a pocket of tranquility in the city centre.

In the last few years the looting of colonial-era religious art from churches around Mexico has become so common it barely counts as news.The National Institute of Anthropology and History, the government agency responsible for looking after Mexico's ancient and colonial heritage, has counted close to 1,000 pieces stolen since 1999.

A planned hi-tech driverless underground railway line set to bring desperately needed transport links to the historic heart of Rome has run into a minefield of Roman remains.Planners aim to send the new C line under the city centre at a depth of 30 metres, well beneath the archaeological treasures that litter Rome.

"Dance music is dead" made an appearance in many an article, mainly written by those whose knowledge of the genre extended to Fatboy Slim and the Radio One daytime playlist.While dance music did indeed reach a commercial nadir a couple of years ago, the genre at large is today in rude health; it was anticipated that this summer would be the first true summer of love since Acid House's heyday.