JUN
28

China passes tough new intelligence law

President Xi Jinping has overseen a raft of legislation to bolster national security against perceived threats from both within and outside China

JUN
28

Global ransomware attack causes turmoil

Companies across the globe are reporting that they have been struck by a major ransomware cyber-attack

JUN
27

Queen to receive £6m pay increase from public funds

The Queen is to receive an 8% increase in income from public funds, after the Crown Estate´s profits rose by £24m

JUN
27

EU fines Google €2.4bn over abuse of search dominance

Outcome of Brussels’ 7-year probe of tech group will strain transatlantic relations

JUN
26

Trump travel ban injunction lifted in part by Supreme Court

The US Supreme Court has partially lifted an injunction against President Donald Trump´s travel ban

JUN
26

Salvador Dali´s body ‘to be exhumed’

A judge in Madrid has ordered the exhumation of Spanish artist Salvador Dalí´s body to get samples for a paternity suit

JUN
26

Thailand parliament approves legislation giving military political influence

Human rights groups worldwide have expressed growing concern over violations in Thailand since the military junta came to power in May 2014

JUN
26

Italy forced to bail out two more banks for 5.2bn euros

Italy´s government is bailing out two banks in the Venice region at a cost of 5.2bn euros

JUN
26

Germany Parliament passes bill to compensate those persecuted under anti-homosexuality laws

LGBTQ+ rights and anti-homosexuality laws have been a matter of international controversy for decades, and have been receiving increasing attention and scrutiny in the past few years

JUN
26

Japanese airbag maker Takata files for bankruptcy

Move clears way for $1.6bn takeover of company’s core assets by Chinese-owned KSS

JUN
23

EU court: Vaccines can be blamed for illnesses without proof

The highest court of the European Union ruled Wednesday that courts can consider whether a vaccination led to someone developing an illness even when there is no scientific proof

JUN
23

Israeli judge says airlines can´t reseat women at request of men

Jerusalem´s Magistrate Court ruled Thursday in her favor, saying that asking her to change seats based on her gender was discrimination

JUN
23

United States suspends all Brazilian meat imports

The United States has suspended Brazilian meat imports over "recurring concerns about the safety of products intended for the American market"

JUN
22

George Clooney´s tequila firm Casamigos sells for $1bn

It´s celebration time for George Clooney, after the tequila company he co-founded was sold to drinks giant Diageo in a deal worth $1bn

JUN
22

London mayor calls on UK to retain single market membership after Brexit

May has said she wants a clean break from the EU bloc, leaving the single market

JUN
22

Senate Republicans set to release health-care bill

The bill is an attempt to strike a compromise between existing law and a bill passed by the House in May as Republicans struggle to advance their vision for the country’s health-care system

JUN
21

Georgia top court bars doctors from suing state over abortion law

Access to abortion has been a recent issue since President Donald Trump vowed to appoint a Supreme Court justice who will overturn Roe v. Wade

JUN
21

Apple uses Supreme Court decision to attack Qualcomm

Lexmark ink case shows chipmaker should not be ‘double-dipping’, iPhone maker argues

JUN
21

Petrobras settles U.S. lawsuit with The Vanguard Group

Several investors petitioned U.S. courts for compensation for damages suffered in recent years, when the company was engulfed in a massive corruption scandal

JUN
20

Barclays charged with fraud in Qatar case

Barclays and four former executives have been charged with fraud over their actions in the 2008 financial crisis

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