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Can Boris Johnson survive these resignations?
Two of his cabinet say his government lacks integrity, but the PM is not expected to go easily. - RSS Channel - World

Turkish forces kill a child after shooting at a vehicle carrying migrants
Turkish security forces killed a child on Sunday after opening fire on a vehicle carrying migrants from the eastern Van province near Turkey's border with Iran, a local official told CNN on Tuesday.

Chinese-Canadian tycoon faces trial in China without consular access, embassy says
The trial in China of a missing Chinese-Canadian tycoon who was abducted from a hotel room in Hong Kong five years ago will take place without consular access, the Canadian Embassy in Beijing told CNN on Tuesday.

A billion people in China had personal data leaked. It's been online more than a year
A massive online database apparently containing the personal information of up to one billion Chinese citizens was left unsecured and publicly accessible for more than a year -- until an anonymous user in a hacker forum offered to sell the data and brought it to wider attention last week.

As Korean employees return to the office, so does 'gapjil' workplace harassment
As employees return to the office in South Korea, so does gapjil -- the country's longstanding problem of toxic workplace culture.

China's real estate crisis deepens as big Shanghai developer defaults
Another major Chinese developer has defaulted on its debt, dealing a new blow to the ailing real estate sector in the world's second largest economy.

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Retirement contribution limits will rise in 2019
Good news retirement savers: The Internal Revenue Service announced cost of living increases to the contribution limits for retirement-related plans in 2019.