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Chinese telecom giant Huawei accused the US government on Thursday of hacking its servers and stealing company emails.
President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he'd be "very, very disappointed" with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un if reports that work is underway to rebuild a long-range rocket site are confirmed.
Manchester United pulled off one of the greatest comebacks in Champions League history as Marcus Rashford's last-gasp VAR penalty sealed a 3-1 win at Paris St Germain on Wednesday and sent the English side into the quarter-finals on away goals.
One terrorist was gunned down in Jammu and Kashmir's Handwara town during the encounter between security forces and terrorists, news agency ANI reported.
R&B singer R Kelly was arrested on Wednesday - this time for failure to pay child support - hours after lashing out in a television interview against charges that he had sexually assaulted teenage girls.