News Mexico tech industry benefits from U.S. anti-immigration stance 2017-10-17T07:14:17.000000000-04:00 SAN FRANCISCO/MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Amazon, Facebook and other U.S. tech companies are expanding operations south of the border as Mexico works to capitalize on the Trump administration’s anti-immigration stance. Iraqi forces seize more territory in advance against Kurds 2017-10-17T06:52:08.000000000-04:00 BAGHDAD/KIRKUK (Reuters) - The Baghdad government recaptured territory across the breadth of northern Iraq from Kurds on Tuesday, widening a sudden and dramatic campaign that has shifted the balance of power in the country almost overnight. J&J reports 11.9 percent fall in quarterly profit 2017-10-17T06:48:48.000000000-04:00 (Reuters) - Johnson & Johnson , which completed its $30 billion acquisition of Swiss biotech Actelion in June, reported a 11.9 percent fall in quarterly profit as costs rose. Suspected U.S. drone strikes kill 26 on Pakistan-Afghanistan frontier 2017-10-17T06:46:16.000000000-04:00 PARACHINAR/PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) - A second suspected U.S. drone strike on Tuesday killed six people on the mountainous Pakistan-Afghanistan border, after a strike a day earlier that killed 20, government and militant sources said. Maltese journalist's son says she was murdered for exposing corruption 2017-10-17T06:40:07.000000000-04:00 VALLETTA (Reuters) - The son of Malta's best-known investigative journalist said on Tuesday his mother was killed by a car bomb because of her work exposing political corruption. Islamic State defeated in their Syrian capital Raqqa 2017-10-17T06:29:50.000000000-04:00 RAQQA, Syria (Reuters) - U.S.-backed militias raised a flag inside Raqqa stadium on Tuesday, a Reuters witness said, as a four-month battle to take Islamic State's Syrian capital came to an end. Taliban attacks kill at least 61 across Afghanistan 2017-10-17T06:29:15.000000000-04:00 KABUL (Reuters) - Taliban suicide car bombers and gunmen attacked a provincial Afghan police headquarters on Tuesday, killing at least 33 people, including the police chief, and wounding 160, in the deadliest of a series of attacks across the country, officials and militants said. Midnight in Toulouse: How CSeries deal shook status quo 2017-10-17T06:25:38.000000000-04:00 TOULOUSE, France (Reuters) - Two years ago, Airbus Chief Executive Tom Enders halted negotiations to buy Canada's CSeries program at midnight after the talks with Bombardier leaked to Reuters. On Tuesday, he performed a U-turn by backing a similar deal after all - again at dead of night. Taliban suicide attack on provincial Afghan police HQ kills at least 12 2017-10-17T06:14:55.000000000-04:00 KABUL (Reuters) - A Taliban suicide car bomber and gunmen attacked a provincial Afghan police headquarters on Tuesday, killing at least 12 people and wounding 60, officials and militants said. NFL weighs protesting players' passion against Trump rebukes 2017-10-17T06:03:09.000000000-04:00 NEW YORK (Reuters) - National Football League officials will weigh the fervor of players who protest racism by kneeling for the national anthem against the anger of U.S. President Donald Trump at their two-day autumn meeting beginning on Tuesday in New York City.