TOKYO – Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said on Thursday the government will spend over 17 trillion yen ($113 billion) in a package of measures to cushion the
WASHINGTON — The attack by Hamas on Israel will inspire the most significant terror threat to the United States since the rise
LONDON — In Los Angeles, a man screaming “kill Jews” attempts to break into a family’s home. In London, girls in a
NAIROBI — King Charles said on Tuesday he felt the “greatest sorrow and deepest regret” for atrocities suffered by Kenyans during their
ABU DHABI — Fossil fuel companies must face up to their responsibilities to cut the CO2 emissions fueling climate change, the U.S.
MUMBAI – India’s sugar production is likely to fall 8% to 33.7 million metric tons in the 2023/24 marketing year, which starts on Oct.
SEOUL – North Korea is poised to close as many as a dozen embassies including in Spain, Hong Kong, and multiple countries in Africa,
COPENHAGEN – Carlsberg has cut all ties with its Russian business and refuses to enter a deal with Russia’s government that would make its
Denmark’s Orsted said on Wednesday it had recorded a 28.4 billion Danish crowns ($4.03 billion) impairment charge for the first nine months
A California jury on Tuesday found Bayer liable in a case brought by a man who claimed his cancer was due to exposure