Putin calls for reset in cyber ties with US

President Vladimir Putin called on Friday for an agreement between Russia and the US to guarantee not to engag...

Violence returns to Hebdo massacre site

A man armed with a meat cleaver on Friday attacked and wounded two people who had stepped out for a cigarette ...

Bombed, but still an exam topper

An Afghan teenager, who narrowly avoided a deadly attack on her tutoring centre in 2018, received the highest ...

1,000 held in UK drug raids

More than 1,000 people were arrested and dozens of suspected victims of modern slavery identified in a crackdo...

Defiant Trump told: You are not in N Korea

President Donald Trump declined for a second straight day to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he lost...

Kim ‘sorry’ for killing S Korea official

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un apologised on Friday for the shooting death of a South Korean man to prevent t...

World  /  Published 24.09.20

‘Injustice’ backlash in US

In announcing the grand jury’s conclusions, Kentucky attorney-general Daniel Cameron said the panel had declined to bring any charges against two of the three white policemen who fired into Tayl...
By Reuters in Louisville

World  /  Published 23.09.20

New normal: Classes in pool cabanas

While five Great Wolf Lodge properties are repurposing conference rooms into “Wiley’s Schoolhouses,” the brand is not alone in carving new “virtual classrooms” out of exi...
By Julie Weed in New York

World  /  Published 23.09.20

Trump bar on Cuban rum, cigars

US President Donald Trump on Wednesday imposed new curbs on imports of Cuban rum and cigars and banned Americans from staying at properties owned by the Cuban government, as he seeks to lock in the Cu...
By Reuters in Washington

World  /  Published 23.09.20

Eiffel evacuated after bomb scare

The Eiffel Tower was evacuated for several hours on Wednesday after police received a call suggesting a bomb had been placed there. The Paris monument had been searched and no explosives found, a pol...
By Reuters in Paris

World  /  Published 23.09.20

The name's Bond, seriously

Poles were left shaken and stirred by news that a suspected British agent called James Bond was on Her Majesty’s secret service in the country in the 1960s, after the Institute of National Remem...
By Reuters in Warsaw

World  /  Published 23.09.20

Robots to kill virus at London station

Prime Minister Johnson on Wednesday promised to help companies try to save jobs put at risk by the Covid-19 pandemic. “These are indeed tough times, and I have no doubt that many businesses, ma...
By Reuters in London

World  /  Published 23.09.20

Vaccine: J&J in last lap

Johnson & Johnson on Wednesday kicked off a final 60,000-person trial of a single-shot Covid-19 vaccine that potentially would simplify distribution of millions of doses compared with leading riva...
By Reuters in Chicago

World  /  Published 22.09.20

Cops seek help on Bond guns

What the burglars lacked in panache, they made up for in their ability to stymie the London police after stealing a valuable collection of handguns brandished by James Bond himself in three movies. O...
By Bryan Pietsch in New York

World  /  Published 22.09.20

Arson tag on Pakistan fire killing 260

Pakistan’s deadliest industrial fire, which killed more than 260 garment factory workers in 2012, was a case of arson and not an accident, a court ruled on Tuesday as it sentenced two former pol...
By Reuters in Karachi

World  /  Published 22.09.20

Makers to be liable for vaccine side effects

Vaccine makers will be indemnified in Europe if their Covid-19 shots cause unexpected side effects, an industry official said on Tuesday, as nearly 40 firms pursue talks on possible authorisation for ...
By Reuters in Brussels


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