EU leaders refuse ‘nebulous’ Brexit demands ... Capital punishment in US continues to decline ... Strasbourg suspect is killed by policeGood morning, I’m Tim Walker with today’s essential stories. Continue reading...
When the Genoa Bridge collapsed in August, it was one of the worst tragedies in modern Italian history. Some people – extraordinarily – survived the 30-metre fall. How have their lives changed since?With heavy rain pounding the roof of their car, Nataliya...
Sajed Choudry had been in a coma since being attacked with his son last monthA man who had his ears cut off in a machete attack has died in hospital, police have said.Sajed Choudry, 43, had been in a coma since the assault on him and his son Ashan, 24, in...
A new method tracks harbor porpoises’ breathing to collect rare information on the energy needs of the marine mammals.
The Northern Irish party which props up Prime Minister Theresa May's minority government gave her a blunt warning on Friday: stand up to the European Union on Brexit.
California is determined to force 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls to make some hard choices.
Jack Makepeace, 24, turned his work space into an elaborate ice castle guarded by penguins complete with a drawbridge. He sits inside the castle do to work and turns on the log fire screensaver.
Huawei faces fresh challenges in Europe after France's Orange said it would not hire the Chinese firm to build its next-generation network and Germany's Deutsche Telekom announced it would review its vendor strategy.
* Deal beefs up LVMH's portfolio in 'experiential' luxury hotels
Luxury goods maker LVMH has agreed to buy Belmond , the owner of hotels including Venice's landmark Cipriani, for $3.2 billion including debt to increase its presence in upmarket hospitality.
Huawei [HWT.UL] faces fresh challenges in Europe after France's Orange said it would not hire the Chinese firm to build its next-generation network and Germany's Deutsche Telekom announced it would review its vendor strategy.
Domestic investors have sought nearly double the number of shares offered by SoftBank Group Corp's soon-to-list wireless unit, two sources from a lead IPO underwriter said, underscoring strong demand for Japan's third-largest telco.