German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday asked Russia's Vladimir Putin to hold "direct serious negotiations" with his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky.
The missile was fired from the Admiral Gorshkov frigate stationed in the Barents Sea and "successfully hit" a target stationed 1,000 kilometres (625 miles) away in the White Sea in the Arctic, the defence ministry said.
Independent journalist Scott Stedman told a court in New York that jailed private detective Aviram Azari worked "on surveillance and cyber-intelligence operations at the behest of Russian oligarchs," citing a mix of public reporting and confidential sources.
Russian businessman Andrey Melnichenko ceded ownership of two of the world's largest coal and fertilisers companies to his wife the day before he was sanctioned by the European Union, according to three people familiar with the matter.
Singapore, which has flung open its borders again, is hosting a two-day job fair through May 28 targeting everyone from graduates to mid-career professionals and former aviation workers who quit during the Covid crisis.
Majorities of U.S. adults think mass shootings would occur less often if guns were harder to get, and that schools and other public places have become less safe than they were two decades ago, polling shows.
Wickremesinghe also said he is "grateful" for the positive response from India and Japan on the proposal made for the Quad members to take the lead in setting up a foreign aid consortium to assist the crisis-hit island nation.
Archaeologists have uncovered the ruins of an ancient Mayan city filled with palaces, pyramids and plazas on a construction site of what will become an industrial park near Merida, on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula.
Leaders called for increased mobilization to resolve a humanitarian crisis that has left millions displaced and more than 280 million suffering from malnourishment.
The latest American move came a day after China and Russia vetoed a U.S.-led push to impose more United Nations sanctions on North Korea over its ballistic missile launches, publicly splitting the U.N. Security Council for the first time since it started punishing Pyongyang in 2006.
According to the Ethereum co-founder, for stablecoins, even at zero interest rate, demand for holding should exceed demand for borrowing. However, even if a system passes this test, steady-state and extreme-case soundness should be the first things to be checked out
Russia fined Google 3 million roubles ($46,540) last year for not storing the personal data of Russian users in databases on Russian territory, and on Friday said it had opened a new case over what it called Google's repeated failure to comply with Russian legislation.
All dividend income prior to the Ukraine war was repatriated but the one that accrued after that is stuck. However, the Indian firms are confident of getting the money once the conflict ends.
Xu Guixiang, the spokesman for Xinjiang’s regional government, dismissed the allegations of genocide, forced labor and internment camps. “If they want to see these things, they should go to the U.S.,” he said at a news conference.
The man, who is from the province of Buenos Aires, has monkeypox but health authorities are waiting to finish sequencing the virus before making the official announcement, said an official in Argentina’s Health Ministry. The official requested anonymity until the official announcement.
Egon Durban is an ally of Elon Musk, who has offered to take Twitter private in a $44 billion deal.
Britons crowded pubs and flower shows to celebrate the Queen’s platinum jubilee as far away in Shanghai, Covid restrictions were being eased and in the middle of it, a sand storm swept Baghdad, all in this week. Take a look
Official GDP numbers for the first quarter of 2022 will be out. That’s not all. A barrage of PMIs and trade deficit figures will give you enough fodder on where to invest
With the country facing a record squeeze on living standards, public perception of companies that are believed to be over-earning is putting pressure on the government to intervene.
The Chinese carmaker has reached out to Didi’s top executives and expressed its interest in becoming a major shareholder in the firm, said the people, who asked not to be identified as the information is private. FAW pledged to help Didi resolve issues related to data security, paving the way for a Hong Kong listing, the people said.
From the Ukraine conflict to warnings of climate cataclysm and soaring inflation, the world's political and business elites tackled some gloomy matters in their first Davos summit in more than two years. Instead of the usual snowy winter wonderland of past gatherings, grey skies and rain added to the gloomy mood during the four-day forum that wrapped up May 26. Here is a roundup of the main issues tackled by the WEF:
Sri Lanka is reeling under its worst economic crisis since independence in 1948, with a severe shortage of foreign exchange severely curtailing imports, including essentials such as fuel and medicines
"The US plans to install the same amount of offshore wind as Germany, to have installed 30 GW (gigawatt) offshore by 2030,”
More than 5,000 Ukrainian prisoners of war were being held in the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic