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Walmart expands lingerie offering with the help of Bare Necessities You could soon be able to pick up your favorite Calvin Klein underwear from Walmart. The retail giant is doubling down on intimates with the acquisition of the lingerie retailer Bare Necessities, which it is adding to its online offering in the US. Bare Necessities, which counts more than 100,000 stock keeping units from more than 160 brands, will also continue to operate its own standalone site.
Canada legalises marijuana: Everything you need to know about the new cannabis law Canada is set to become the largest country in the world to legalise marijuana for recreational use this week, following Uruguayâ€™s lead earlier this year. A key campaign pledge by the countryâ€™s Liberal prime minister Justin Trudeau before his 2015 election, he argued that it would reduce the estimated C$6bn (Â£3.5bn) in profits from cannabis sales pouring into his countryâ€™s black market. What are the new marijuana laws in Canada?
Thai police dismiss British woman's rape allegation BANGKOK (AP) â€” Police in Thailand said Tuesday that they have dismissed a 19-year-old British tourist's claim that she was raped on a Thai resort island after their investigation revealed no supporting evidence.
Palestinian shot dead trying to stab Israeli soldier - military Israeli soldiers shot dead a Palestinian who tried to stab one of them in the occupied West Bank on Monday, the military said. "A Palestinian attempted to stab a soldier at the site. Israel's Shin Bet internal security service said the assailant, whom it did not name, was a resident of the West Bank village of Biddya and had no record of anti-Israeli activity.
North and South Korea agree railway ceremony next month The two Koreas will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for the reconnection of their railways and roads as early as next month, they agreed Monday, as Seoul pursues an approach to the nuclear-armed North increasingly diverging from the US. "The South and North agreed to hold the groundbreaking ceremony for the connection and modernisation of the east and west coast rail and road in late November or early December," read a joint statement issued after the meeting. Monday's talks marked the second meeting between South Korean unification minister Cho Myoung-gyon and his North Korean counterpart Ri Son Gwon since President Moon Jae-in met with Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang last month.