CNN reports New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern opened her first address to Parliament since the Christchurch terror attack by praising the "extraordinary courage" demonstrated by mosque worshipers and police during one of the country's "darkest days." Ardern said Tuesday: "There have rightly been questions around how this could have happened here.
In a place that prides itself on being open, peaceful, diverse.
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LONDON (Reuters) - Wall Street’s main markets were eyeing a return to all-time highs on Wednesday after a raft of Chinese data beat expectations, easing concerns about the health of its economy. FILE..
LONDON/SYDNEY (Reuters) - World stocks inched higher after a raft of Chinese data beat expectations on Wednesday and though benchmark bond yields and the Aussie dollar did the same, Europe struggled to..