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49 journalists were killed around the world in 2019, with Syria and Mexico the deadliest

It was a 'historically low' number but South American countries have become increasingly violent and are now just as dangerous as those in the Middle East.Powered by: Daily Mail

Exclusive first look at Military Wives: Trailer for feel-good flick promises laughter and tears

A first look at new feel-good flick Military Wives promises an emotional rollercoaster as a group of women form a choir while their husbands serve in Afghanistan. Inspired by the true-life story of Gareth Malone's choir, the uplifting trailer...

Fashion platform Zilingo acquires Sri Lankan SaaS startup nCinga for $15.5M

Singapore’s fashion startup Zilingo has acquired Sri Lanka’s SaaS startup nCinga in a $15.5 cash and stock deal, the two said today. nCinga, founded in 2014, offers an IoT platform to enable real-time production monitoring on factory floors...

Indian B2B food tech startup HungerBox raises $12M from Paytm and others

HungerBox, an Indian food tech startup that has courted 10 of the 11 largest companies in the country to use its services, today announced it has raised $12 million from Paytm and others as it looks to...

Licious raises $30M to grow its meat and seafood e-commerce platform in India

Licious, a Bangalore-based startup that sells fresh meat and seafood online, has secured $30 million in a new financing round as it looks to expand its footprint in the nation. The new financing round, dubbed Series E, for...

China Roundup: GitHub’s China ambitions and WeWork rival’s big hopes

Hello and welcome back to TechCrunch’s China Roundup, a digest of recent events shaping the Chinese tech landscape and what they mean to people in the rest of the world. This week, we are looking at how...

Uber all set to sell UberEats’ India business to Zomato

Uber is in advanced stages of talks to sell its food delivery service UberEats’ India business to local rival Zomato, as the American ride-hailing giant looks to cut its spending, three people familiar with the matter told...

With $4B food delivery acquisition, Korea poised to enter upper tier of startup hubs

Seoul and South Korea may well be the secret startup hub that (still) no one talks about. While often dwarfed by the scale and scope of the Chinese startup market next door, South Korea has proven over the last few...

Trump administration plans to announce the removal of 4,000 troops from Afghanistan

The Trump administration is expected to announce the removal of 4,000 troops from Afghanistan as early as next week. Between 8,000 and 9,000 troops are expected to remain overseas.Powered by: Daily Mail

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Carlo Ancelotti arrives in London as Everton talks progress

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Robin Van Persie jokingly reveals reason why Mason Greenwood will succeed at Manchester United

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Paul Merson slams ‘clueless’ Arsenal for ‘big, big gamble’ on Mikel Arteta

Paul Merson has issued a scathing assessment of Mikel Arteta and says 'clueless' Arsenal are taking a big gamble in appointing the current...

TOWIE’s Chloe Sims accuses Amber Turner of being cruel to her daughter Madison, 15

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Kanye West and Jay-Z back on friendly terms two years after Tidal lawsuit

The Jesus Walks rapper, 42, reportedly claimed his pal's streaming service owed him $3 million following the release of The Life of Pablo...