Google could avert an EU probe into its planned takeover of Fitbit with a pledge not to use health data to target ads, according to Reuters sources.
The country faces accusations Covid-19 is being diagnosed as pneumonia to lower rates.
The Russian Orthodox Church has expressed dismay at Turkey’s decision to revoke the museum status of the iconic Hagia Sophia, accusing it of ignoring millions of Christians.
A new CEO is steering a company that’s seen years of slumping revenues and whose home market of Japan has an aging population. But “don’t count out Hello Kitty,” says an author of a book about Sanrio.
The Glee star went missing on Wednesday after hiring a boat with her four-year-old son in California.
The Dutch government says it wants justice for all 298 victims aboard the plane shot down in 2014.
Amid hard times brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, one sight is putting a smile on people’s faces in Portugal – dolphins splashing around near Lisbon’s shores.
Istanbul’s 6th century landmark was originally a Byzantine church and later converted into a mosque. Since 1934, it has been a museum, widely regarded as a symbol of peaceful religious coexistence.
A top Turkish court has revoked the sixth-century Hagia Sophia’s status as a museum, clearing the way for it to be turned back into a mosque.
The system of 78 mobile barriers has taken years to construct and its design goes back to the 1980s.
An Arab manufacturer of the popular dip sparks a backlash for supporting an Israeli LGBTQ group.
Turkish court clears way for Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia museum, built in 6th Century, to revert to being a mosque
China has temporarily banned food imports from three Ecuadorian companies after detecting coronavirus on packaging for frozen shrimp.
Russian military intelligence, the GRU, is linked to the invasion of Ukraine and interference in the 2016 U.S. election. Now it’s suspected of a bounty program to kill U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
The illegal global trade in ivory has shrunk while the trafficking of pangolins has soared,…
The Trump administration plans to finalise regulations that will bar the US government from buying goods from any company that uses products from five Chinese companies.
An advance team from the World Health Organisation (WHO) has left for China to organise an investigation into the origins of the coronavirus which sparked the global pandemic.
The BBC’s Quentin Somerville gets to see the Sistine Chapel without the crowds.
“Hushpuppi”, who posts about his extravagant lifestyle, is accused of multimillion-dollar fraud.
Italy will likely extend a state of emergency beyond its current deadline due to the new coronavirus crisis.
The reports of explosions come after several mysterious blasts hit Iran in recent weeks.