Officials found list of targets with 5,000 names in east German...

BERLIN (Reuters) - German officials found lists with over 5,000 names of possible targets, including over 100 politicians, during the raids on the homes...

Fashion and Ferraris drive agenda at Goodwood Revival

CHICHESTER, England (Reuters) - At Goodwood racetrack, one of England’s famed venues, motor sport aficionados arrived in vintage attire from the 1940s, 50s and...

Farage says May might not last until Christmas

BERLIN (Reuters) - Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage said on Friday that British Prime Minister Theresa May might be out of a job by Christmas...

Uber to stop using diesel cars in London by end 2019

LONDON (Reuters) - Uber will cease using diesel cars in London by the end of 2019 and the vast majority of rides will be...

Dublin rejects British proposal for post-Brexit Irish border

TALLINN (Reuters) - Ireland dismissed British proposals for the Irish border after Brexit as unconvincing on Friday, a day after the EU chief negotiator...

Media is my destiny – Julia Drozd

(Exclusive Interview by Dr Shahid Qureshi in Kiev) :- Julia Drozd is promising broadcasting journalist from Ukraine based in capital Kiev. We requested her to...

South Korea seeks bigger warheads, North Korean ICBM reportedly on the...

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea said on Tuesday an agreement with the United States to scrap a weight limit on its warheads would help...

Merkel wants EU to consider halting Turkish accession talks

BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned on Tuesday that Turkey was drifting away from the rule of law fast and vowed to...

UK economy losing momentum as Brexit worries weigh – PMIs

LONDON, Sept 5 (Reuters) - Britain’s economy is losing momentum as worries about Brexit mount, according to a survey which showed growth in the...

Chris Grayling does not rule out scrapping public sector pay cap...

LONDON (Reuters) - A member of Prime Minister Theresa May’s cabinet on Tuesday declined to deny media reports that the government will soon relax...

UK car sales fall again in August

LONDON (Reuters) - British new car sales fell for the fifth month in a row in August, the longest run of declines since 2011,...

UK consumers spend more in August, but pinch persists – BRC

LONDON (Reuters) - British shoppers increased their spending in August at the fastest pace so far in 2017, excluding a surge in April caused...

Xi stresses world peace, security at BRICS Business Forum

XIAMEN, Sept. 3 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping said Sunday BRICS countries should uphold global peace and stability, stressing a vision of common, comprehensive, cooperative...

Upgraded China-Nepal border point to boost trade, tourism: Nepali traders

KATHMANDU, (Xinhua) -- Nepali business leaders have hoped that trade and tourism between Nepal and China would be boosted after the Rasuwagadi-Kerung (Geelong Port)...

Russia summons U.S. diplomat to protest search of Washington facility

MOSCOW, (Xinhua) -- Russian Foreign Ministry summoned Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassy Anthony Godfrey Saturday and protested U.S. intentions to search...

Britain to pilot superfast internet connectivity in six areas

LONDON, Sep. 3 (Xinhua) -- The first stage of a 260-million-U.S.-dollar scheme to help bring the fastest broadband to businesses, schools and hospitals was...

EU commission criticism of Brexit talks was ‘silly’ – David Davis

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s chief Brexit negotiator David Davis said on Sunday the European Union had made itself look silly by criticising the British...

May says EU repeal bill best way to avoid Brexit ‘cliff...

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May warned members of parliament that Britain could be faced with a Brexit “cliff edge” if they failed...

Theresa May’s deputy urges Conservatives to back EU repeal bill –...

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May’s deputy urged Conservative lawmakers late on Saturday to back the government’s EU repeal bill, warning them not...

Cracking deadlock on Brexit bill may require EU summit talks

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A 60 billion euro (£54.95 billion) gulf between the European Union and Britain over how much London owes when it quits...