Pompeo lands in Riyadh for Khashoggi talks ... Asylum seekers in limbo at US-Mexican border ... Rembrandt work to be restored in publicGood morning, I’m Tim Walker with today’s headlines. If you’d like to receive this briefing by email, sign up here. Cont...
Congo has confirmed 33 cases of Ebola in the past week, prompting fears of a global health emergency.
Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday he hoped a reasonable opinion would be reached as soon as possible in the investigation into the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Democratic U.S. Representative Beto O'Rourke faces a key test on Tuesday when he faces off in his second debate with U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, as recent opinion polls show the Republican incumbent pulling away from his liberal challenger for the Texas seat.
Corporate travel bookings start-up TravelPerk has raised $44 million in new venture funding and is on track to more than triple bookings to 1 million next year as it aims to transform the business travel market.
* Trump dispatched envoy after floating "rogue killers" theory
China is likely to boost imports from African countries as it seeks new sources of commodities in the wake of a trade war with the United States, a senior executive of Standard Chartered Bank [STANB.UL] in China said.
Tesla Inc Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said a new chip that improves autopilot features would be available six months in advance to people who ordered the full self-driving version of the electric cars.
BlackRock Inc reported a 28.8 percent rise in profit on Tuesday, helped by higher demand for its low risk funds in a quarter marked by heightened trade tensions between Beijing and Washington.
A Unilever executive defended the company's executive pay policy on Tuesday, but said the consumer goods company learned lessons from the substantial opposition the policy garnered earlier this year.
New dating app DonaldDaters was supposed to help lonely conservatives find each other discreetly. But the app leaked its database of users on launch day, a report said.
ANC heavyweight Mike Mabuyakhulu has made another brief appearance in court on charges of money laundering and corruption relating to R28m allegedly paid for a North Sea Jazz Festival in Durban in 2012 which never took place.