To deter refugees, Norway readies fence on ex-Cold War border

Norway is putting up a steel fence at a remote Arctic border post with Russia after an influx of migrants last year, sparking an outcry from refugees' rights groups and fears that cross-border ties with the former Cold War adversary will be harmed. The government says a new gate and a fence, about 660 feet long and 11.5 feet high stretching from the Storskog border point, is needed to tighten security at a northern outpost of Europe's passport-free Schengen zone. read more

Angels defeat the Blue Jays, 8-2

The first two pitches Mike Trout saw from Marco Estrada on Wednesday at the Rogers Centre were strikes. So Trout settled in. He fouled a pi...



Economic Outlook

Fed chair set to guide international markets on prospects for US economy and path of interest rates read more

Indian start-ups chase internet boom

Indian ecommerce companies have attracted billions of dollars from foreign investors, but capital inflows have recently slowed amid concerns...



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