Inflation fell to 2.7% last month from 3% in January, the Office for National Statistics said.
GENEVA (Reuters) - The United Nations called on Turkey on Tuesday to end the state of emergency that it said had led to massive human rights violations including the arrest of 160,000 people and dismissal of nearly the same number of civil servants, often...
LONDON, March 20 (Reuters) - Fidelity's Eight Roads Ventures Europe has raised a new $375 million fund, its third, with plans to invest in growth-stage tech firms across Europe and Israel that aim to scale up globally, the venture firm said on Tuesday.
March 19 (Reuters) - A little-known shale oil play in Oklahoma is attracting more drilling and investment as rising output from newer wells is enticing companies to boost production beyond the giant Permian basin in Texas.
Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico six months ago this week. We’re still struggling to rebuild.
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The murderer of my parents died with more convictions than anyone else in Argentine history. We don’t cry for him, but we aren’t rejoicing, either.
A Supreme Court decision could lead to widespread, ideologically motivated censorship.
Police departments have new tools that let them respond faster to incidents of gunfire, and to stanch bleeding when they arrive.
Unexploded cluster munitions and Agent Orange continue to wreak havoc in the country, but America won’t help.
Britain's information minister has demanded access to the company's servers. Meanwhile, a British media report catches Alexander Nix discussing employing dirty tactics against political opponents.
Nigeria's military has been accused of ignoring repeated warnings about the movements of Boko Haram fighters before they kidnapped 110 schoolgirls in the country's restive northeast.