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TOKYO -- Overseas parts and machinery makers are bracing for another "Samsung shock" as the South Korean consumer electronics giant struggles with sluggish sales of its latest smartphone model, the Galaxy S6.

JOHANNESBURG — At least 38 girls and young women were killed in a crash while traveling by truck to a traditional festival in Swaziland, a pro-democracy group said on Saturday.

The election of a new U.S. president following a two-term incumbent typically sets off a momentous shift in global affairs. Such shifts occurred when Bill Clinton and George W. Bush left the White House after serving eight years, and a similar change is likely after Barack Obama's second term ends in January 2017.

For the first time over a billion people used Facebook on a single day, according to company founder Mark Zuckerberg.

The father of Alison Parker, one of two journalists killed live on air, has appealed to US President Barack Obama to push through tougher gun laws.

Tension prevails in India's Gujarat state where two days of caste-related violence has left eight people dead.

A suicide bombing by so-called Islamic State militants the Iraqi city of Ramadi has killed two army commanders and three other people, officials say.

Washington (CNN)If Donald Trump is president and the leader of the world's second-largest economy comes to Washington, he can expect little more than a Big Mac from McDonald's -- O.K., make that a double.

(CNN)Hungary is set to send up to 2,000 extra police to help secure its borders, its Interior Ministry said Wednesday, amid concern over increased numbers of migrants attempting to cross into the country.

Toyota says it will gradually restart work at its Tianjin plants two weeks after deadly chemical explosions in the Chinese port city.
The facilities were shut down after massive blasts at a chemical storage site, which injured 67 Toyota employees and damaged thousands of vehicles.

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