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Wall Street ends down56s

Wall Street ends down

Stocks pared earlier losses Friday after another shake-up in the White House. As Fred Katayama reports, shares of sport apparel makers and sports retailers got slammed.

Syria's first trade fair in five years1m22s

Syria's first trade fair in five years

After five years of suspension, Damascus International Fair in its 59th edition has kicked-off with the participation of Arab and Western companies, and hopes of attracting fresh international investment. Ciara Lee reports.

Why Ryanair's uphappy with Air Berlin's insolvency1m20s

Why Ryanair's uphappy with Air Berlin's insolvency

The European Commission has confirmed the receipt of a formal complaint lodged by airline Ryanair against Air Berlin. As Laura Frykberg reports, the budget airline is concerned Air Berlin is being prepared for a take-over by Lufthansa, which Ryanair believes would breach competition rules.

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Published: August 16, 2017Updated: August 18, 2017
Stabbing spree hits Finland city31s

Stabbing spree hits Finland city

One suspect is in custody after a shootout with Finnish police following a stabbing spree that killed at least two people and left eight injured in the city of Turku. Matthew Larotonda reports.

Deere's sales fall short48s

Deere's sales fall short

The construction equipment maker's sales rose but missed expectations for the second straight quarter, sending its stock down. Fred Katayama reports.

Enigma of 'Frankenstein dinosaur' solved1m26s

Enigma of 'Frankenstein dinosaur' solved

British scientists say the Chilesaurus, dubbed the "Frankenstein dinosaur", is the missing link between plant-eating dinosaurs, like Stegosaurus, and carnivorous dinosaurs, such as Tyrannosaurus rex. Jim Drury reports.

Scientists aim for stratospheric view of Monday's eclipse1m49s

Scientists aim for stratospheric view of Monday's eclipse

A team of researchers is planning to stream Monday's U.S. solar eclipse live from the stratosphere. The scientists from Montana State University have partnered with NASA to send more than 50 high-altitude balloons up 80,000 feet to capture and livestream the solar eclipse as it crosses the country. Nathan Frandino reports.