The United States and South Korea are expected to begin joint military exercises on August 21st, despite pressure from
Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman, Jay Y. Lee, has asked presiding Judge Kim Jin-dong to sentence Lee to twelve years
Last Thursday, Amazon launched its same-day delivery service, Prime Now, in Singapore; marking its first launch into the Southeast
On Saturday, the United Nations Security Council is set to vote on a US drafted resolution which seeks to
On Monday, Poland’s Environmental Minister Jan Szysko said that the country will continue logging the primeval Bialowieza forest despite
After what has been described as a fraudulent vote that took power from Venezuela’s democratically elected lawmakers, Venezuelan President
According to a new report from consulting company Oliver Wyman Inc., British banks would need to raise between $30
In the biggest foreign deal since economic sanctions against Iran were lifted in 2016, French energy giant Total, and
For years, media mogul Rupert Murdoch has attempted to fully acquire the Sky News network, the European satellite giant.
On Wednesday UN diplomats announced nearly $600 million in cuts to the UN peacekeeping budget, after weeks of negotiations
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