By Huw Jones
RIYADH (Reuters) – Saudi state minister Ibrahim al-Assaf was seen attending a cabinet meeting on Tuesday, according to a photograph published on official media, almost two months after the veteran
By Alan Baldwin LONDON (Reuters) – Most of the top Alpine skiers have grown up on snow, which is something of a disadvantage for those whose countries see little of the stuff.
By Mark Gleeson
SYDNEY (Reuters) – The Australian government is expected to relax restrictions on visas for foreign pilots as a national shortage sees planes grounded and flights canceled, aviation officials said on
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Airlines shouldn’t be allowed to hide behind computer-based models when justifying higher fares, the head of the German cartel office said in an interview published on Thursday,
LONDON (Reuters) – A British ship escorted a Russian vessel as it passed near UK territorial waters over Christmas, Britain’s defense ministry said on Tuesday, adding that Russian naval activity near
By Gavin Jones
SKOPJE – Macedonia’s parliament has adopted a 2018 draft budget, lowering the deficit to 2.7 percent of national output from 2.9 this year and forecasting growth of 3.2 percent.