LONDON (Reuters) - Marlboro cigarette maker Philip Morris International <PM.N> drew accusations of hypocrisy on Monday after using a four-page newspaper advertisement to urge smokers to quit cigarettes.
The wraparound advertisement covering Monday's Daily Mirror tabloid is part of Philip Morris's 2 million pound ($2.
Ford Sees Higher Metal Costs, Hopes China and U.S. Can Settle Trade Issues
By Ben Klayman
WAYNE, Mich. (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co <F.N> has seen higher steel and aluminum costs driven by trade tariffs bite into profit, but is hopeful the United States and China can avoid further tensions that could make things more costly, a top Ford executive said on Monday.
Trump Vows to Cut Central America Aid, Raises Alarm on Migrant Caravan
By Makini Brice and Delphine Schrank
WASHINGTON/TAPACHULA, Mexico (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Monday vowed to begin curtailing tens of millions of dollars in aid to three Central American nations and called a caravan of migrants bound for the United States a national emergency as he sought to boost his party's chances in Nov.
Armenian Parliament Votes Down Changes to Electoral Code
YEREVAN (Reuters) - The Armenian parliament on Monday voted down changes to the country's electoral code ahead of an early election expected to be held in December.
The changes were proposed by the government led by former opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan, who was put in power by a parliamentary vote in May after weeks of mass protests against corruption and cronyism.
State of Play: Democrats Threaten Trump's Grip on the Great Lakes
By James Oliphant
TOLEDO, Ohio (Reuters) - Two years ago, Ohio and other states in the former industrial heartlands of the Great Lakes region catapulted Donald Trump into the White House.
Today, in the final stretch to November's congressional elections, they are showing that Trumpism has its limits as Democrats make surprising gains in races across the region, according to opinion polls.
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