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2018-03-21 Zuckerberg 'sorry' over Cambridge Analytica 'breach' San Francisco Bay Area
2. 2018-03-07 US metal tariffs: Mexico and Canada may be exempt White House, Washington
3. 2018-03-01 Trump steel tariffs: Trading partners threaten retaliation Washington
E. 2018-02-24 Firms abandon NRA amid consumer boycott Florida
5. 2017-08-02 US sanctions are 'trade war' on Russia, says PM Medvedev Moscow
G. 2017-06-05 Qatar faces airspace ban as crisis with neighbours grows Qatar
H. 2016-07-21 Pokemon Go finally launches in Japan Japan
I. 2016-07-14 Google hit by fresh European Union anti-trust charges Brussels

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2018
Zuckerberg 'sorry' over Cambridge Analytica...
US metal tariffs: Mexico and Canada may be ...
Trump steel tariffs: Trading partners threa...
Firms abandon NRA amid consumer boycott
North Korea made $200m flouting sanctions, UN...
North Korea made $200m flouting sanctions, UN...
Trump steel tariffs: Trading partners threa...
2017
US sanctions are 'trade war' on Russia, say...
Qatar faces airspace ban as crisis with neigh...
US sanctions are 'trade war' on Russia, say...
US sanctions are 'trade war' on Russia, say...
Qatar faces airspace ban as crisis with neigh...
2016
Pokemon Go finally launches in Japan
Google hit by fresh European Union anti-trust...
Nintendo shares up more than 50% since Pokemo...
Microsoft to help track legalised marijuana s...
Google hit by fresh European Union anti-trust...
Google hit by fresh European Union anti-trust...
Google hit by fresh European Union anti-trust...
Uber car-hire app losing $1bn in China every ...
Yahoo to cut its workforce by 15%
2015
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg to give away 99% o...
Turkey-Russia jet downing: Moscow announces s...
China Singles' Day sales near $4bn in first h...
Ban due on direct flights between Russia and ...
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg to give away 99% o...
Turkey-Russia jet downing: Moscow announces s...
Turkey-Russia jet downing: Moscow announces s...
Ban due on direct flights between Russia and ...
Kiev bans Russian airlines' flights
China downfall spreads to Asia shares
2014
Obama orders ban on Crimea trade
Microsoft boss rues female pay gaffe
Microsoft pays $2.5bn for Minecraft maker Moj...
Ukraine crisis: US strengthens sanctions on...
Putin orders retaliatory sanctions
US and EU widen sanctions on Russia
Obama orders ban on Crimea trade
Microsoft boss rues female pay gaffe
Ukraine crisis: US strengthens sanctions on...
US and EU widen sanctions on Russia
Obama orders ban on Crimea trade
Ukraine crisis: US strengthens sanctions on...
US and EU widen sanctions on Russia
Putin orders retaliatory sanctions
US and EU widen sanctions on Russia
Google 'must delete links on request'
2013
Microsoft in $40bn share buyback
US expands North Korea sanctions
US expands North Korea sanctions
US expands North Korea sanctions
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2013 2013
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2012
Syria bans Turkish civil flights
US set to ease Burma import ban
US imposes new sanctions on Iran
Iran cut off from global commerce
Iran suspends oil exports to Britain and Fr...
Europe moves to ban Iran crude oil
Syria bans Turkish civil flights
US set to ease Burma import ban
Syria bans Turkish civil flights
US set to ease Burma import ban
Bad Economic News
2012 2012
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2011
U.S. hits firms working with Iran
U.S. hits firms working with Iran
U.S. hits firms working with Iran
Bad Economic News
2011 2011
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2010
Israel reveals Gaza blockade restrictions
S. Korea suspends trade with N. Korea
S. Korea suspends trade with N. Korea
China threatens sanctions over U.S. deal
S. Korea suspends trade with N. Korea
China threatens sanctions over U.S. deal
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2010 2010
Bad Economic News
2009
Credit Suisse to pay $536m fine over Iran
Japan to extend N Korea sanctions
Japan to extend N Korea sanctions
Japan to extend N Korea sanctions
Bad Economic News
2009 2009
Bad Economic News
2008
US warns of further bank failures
S Korea 'due to lift US beef ban'
US warns of further bank failures
Political Sanctions
2008 2008
Political Sanctions
Bad Economic News
2008 2008
Bad Economic News
2007
Draft targets Iran military, bank
Japan adds to pressure on Burma
Draft targets Iran military, bank
Japan adds to pressure on Burma
Draft targets Iran military, bank
Bad Economic News
2007 2007
Bad Economic News
2006
U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea
U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea
U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea
Bad Economic News
2006 2006
Bad Economic News
2004
U.S. lifts most sanctions against Libya
U.S. lifts most sanctions against Libya
U.S. lifts most sanctions against Libya
Bad Economic News
2004 2004
Bad Economic News
2002
Oil shipments to N Korea frozen
Bush imposed steel tariffs
Politics
2002 2002
Politics
Political Sanctions
2002 2002
Political Sanctions
Iraq cuts off oil exports
2001
China sends boat to Taiwan
Politics
2001 2001
Politics
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2001 2001
Political Sanctions
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2001 2001
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Zuckerberg 'sorry' over Cambridge Analytica 'breach'


March 2018 ... more > Top ^
Mar.21   San Francisco Bay Area
  Facebook founder has admitted that the social network 'made mistakes' that led to millions of users having their data exploited by a political consultancy
Mar.7   Washington
Mar.1   Washington
  The main trading partners of the US have reacted angrily after President Trump announced plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminium imports


February 2018 ... more > Top ^
Feb.24   Florida Firms abandon NRA amid consumer boycott   A growing number of companies have cut ties with the National Rifle Association after the Florida school shooting Feb.2   North Korea made $200m flouting sanctions, UN told North Korea made $200m flouting sanctions, UN told  North Korea earned nearly $200m last year by exporting banned commodities in breach of international sanctions, a UN report says

year 2017 Top ^

Aug.2   Moscow   US sanctions are 'trade war' on Russia, says PM Medvedev
  Russian Prime Minister has said new sanctions imposed by the US are tantamount to declaring a 'full-scale trade war' against Moscow Jun.5   Qatar   Qatar faces airspace ban as crisis with neighbours grows  Egypt is closing its airspace to Qatari planes in a growing diplomatic row, with Saudi Arabia and Bahrain expected to do the same on Tuesday

year 2016 Top ^

Jul.21   Japan Pokemon Go finally launches in Japan
Jul.14   Brussels Google hit by fresh European Union anti-trust charges Jul.13   Japan Nintendo shares up more than 50% since Pokemon Go release Jun.16   Microsoft Microsoft to help track legalised marijuana sales Feb.18   China Uber car-hire app losing $1bn in China every year Feb.2   San Francisco Bay Area Yahoo to cut its workforce by 15%

year 2015 Top ^

Dec.1   San Francisco Bay Area Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg to give away 99% of shares
Nov.28   Moscow Turkey-Russia jet downing: Moscow announces sanctions Nov.10   China China Singles' Day sales near $4bn in first hour Oct.23   Ukraine Ban due on direct flights between Russia and Ukraine Sep.25   Kiev Kiev bans Russian airlines' flights Jul.8   Shanghai China downfall spreads to Asia shares

year 2014 Top ^

Dec.19   Washington Obama orders ban on Crimea trade
Oct.10   Microsoft Microsoft boss rues female pay gaffe Sep.15   Sweden Microsoft pays $2.5bn for Minecraft maker Mojang Sep.12   Washington   Ukraine crisis: US strengthens sanctions on Russia
  The US government has imposed new sanctions on major Russian banks, defence and energy companies
Aug.25   San Francisco Bay Area Amazon buys video-game streaming site Twitch Aug.7   Moscow Russia hits West with food import ban in sanctions row Aug.6   Moscow   Putin orders retaliatory sanctions
  Russian President has banned or curbed agricultural imports from countries imposing sanctions on Russia over the crisis in Ukraine Jul.29   Washington   US and EU widen sanctions on Russia
  President Barack Obama has announced new economic sanctions against Russia, saying they will make Russia's 'weak economy even weaker' May.13  European Union  Google 'must delete links on request'

year 2013 Top ^

Sep.17  Microsoft  Microsoft in $40bn share buyback Mar.11  Washington  US expands North Korea sanctions

year 2012 Top ^

Oct.13   Syria   Syria bans Turkish civil flights  Syria has announced that Turkish civilian planes will no longer be allowed to fly over its territory Sep.26   Washington US set to ease Burma import ban   Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says the US will ease its import ban on goods from Burma, a key part of remaining US sanctions Jul.31   Washington US imposes new sanctions on Iran  US President Barack Obama has ordered new economic sanctions against Iran's energy sector and some financial firms Mar.30  Washington  US to tighten squeeze on Iran oil Mar.15   Iran   Iran cut off from global commerce   Swift, the body that handles global banking transactions, says it will cut Iran's banks out of the system on Saturday to enforce sanctions Feb.19   Iran   Iran suspends oil exports to Britain and France
  Iran's oil ministry announced Sunday that it had stopped crude exports to British and French companies Jan.11   Japan Japan 'to cut Iran oil imports'  Japan will take 'concrete steps' to reduce its oil dependency on Iran, its finance minister has announced Jan.4   European Union Europe moves to ban Iran crude oil  EU member states have agreed in principle to ban imports of Iranian crude oil to put pressure on the country over its nuclear program

year 2011 Top ^

May.24   Washington U.S. hits firms working with Iran  The U.S. is imposing sanctions against 7 companies for working with Iran in the energy sector, part of an effort to suppress nuclear program

year 2010 Top ^

Jun.20   Jerusalem Israel reveals Gaza blockade restrictions
May.23   South Korea S. Korea suspends trade with N. Korea   South Korea is suspending trade with North Korea, closing its waters to the North's ships and adopting a newly aggressive military posture Jan.31   Beijing China threatens sanctions over U.S. deal

year 2009 Top ^

Dec.16   Switzerland Credit Suisse to pay $536m fine over Iran
Apr.9   Japan Japan to extend N Korea sanctions

year 2008 Top ^

Oct.8   Washington US warns of further bank failures
Apr.17   South Korea S Korea 'due to lift US beef ban'   Seoul's farm ministry: South Korea has agreed to relax restrictions on beef imports from the US

year 2007 Top ^

Dec.10   UN Draft targets Iran military, bank
Oct.15   Japan Japan adds to pressure on Burma

year 2006 Top ^

Oct.14   UN Security Council U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea
  The Council voted unanimously to slap trade, travel and other sanctions
 The vote had been delayed because of concerns by China and Russia. The US has revised its draft to remove the threat of military action and reduced the total embargo on military equipment


year 2004 Top ^

Apr.23   Washington U.S. lifts most sanctions against Libya

year 2002 Top ^

Nov.14   North Korea Oil shipments to N Korea frozen
Apr.8   Iraq Iraq cuts off oil exports Mar.5   Washington   Bush imposed steel tariffs  3e-year plan to help the ailing US steel industry. European Union would launch an immediate complaint with the WTO

year 2001 Top ^

Feb.5  Taiwan  China sends boat to Taiwan Jun. 24, 1948   Berlin   Russian blockade of Berlin began
  The Soviet Union blocked the Western Allies' railway, road, and canal access to the sectors of Berlin under Western control
 The Western Allies organized the Berlin airlift to carry supplies to the people of West Berlin