NEW YORK (Reuters) – Several major financial services firms faced technical service glitches on their apps or websites during Monday’s volatile trading session, according to the companies and a
Amtrak is blaming a freight rail operator for causing a crash that killed two people and injured more than 100 in South Carolina.
LONDON (Reuters) – Angus Robertson said on Saturday he was standing down from his role as deputy leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP) with immediate effect, after he lost his seat in the
BEIRUT (Reuters) – President Michel Aoun said on Thursday that Lebanon was using diplomatic means to counter Israel’s stance regarding an offshore energy block in disputed territory on their maritime
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South African President Jacob Zuma will meet the top six officials of the ruling African National Congress over his future, the state broadcaster said on its Twitter feed,
BOGOTA (Reuters) – Two overnight bombings that targeted police stations in Colombia’s Caribbean region killed two officers and wounded seven other people, authorities said on Sunday, a day after a
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was detained soon after joining a rally in Moscow on Sunday, the anti-corruption activist wrote on Twitter.
By Rory Carroll
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – IMF chief Christine Lagarde on Thursday welcomed a commitment by Zimbabwe’s new President Emmerson Mnangagwa to stabilize the country’s economy and work to improve relations