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Three U.S. states plan to unveil new lawsuits against Volkswagen tied to the automaker's sale of diesel vehicles with emissions-cheating software.
Experts are warning that the thousands of arrests of alleged government opponents could herald a more "radical and authoritarian" regime.
Johnson was named foreign secretary less than a week ago, in a surprise appointment, given the ex-London mayor's frequently undiplomatic comments.
The race for control of Labour Party narrowed after Angela Eagle withdrew, leaving incumbent Jeremy Corbyn up against Owen Smith.
The U.K's vote to leave the European Union has pushed the International Monetary Fund to cut its world growth forecast for this year and next.
Alphabet's Google could face a raft of separate antitrust cases from the European Union in areas from Android to advertising.
The Brexit vote may have less impact on the country’s residential property market than the hike to stamp duty introduced in April.
Mobile telecom equipment maker posts profit and sales below market expectations and says it was cutting costs further to match weak demand.
Dutch navigation systems company reports five-fold increase in quarterly net profit, helped by its fast-growing automotive business.
The European Commissioner has said he did not see the EU granting Turks visa-free travel this year due to Ankara's crackdown after a failed coup.
Results in the quarter were marked by currency volatility, including for the British pound.
British inflation rose more than expected in June and matched one of the highest rates seen over the last year and a half.
Turkey's central bank cut interest rates for the fifth straight month on Tuesday, lowering its overnight lending rate by an expected 25 basis points.
Thanks to sterling's rapid fall, international billionaires and sophisticated companies have been given a rare opportunity to pick and chose which British assets to raid.
Data providers may differ in their choice of what to measure but the numbers still point to the same broad picture – and it's bleak.
A hand-drawn Islamic State flag was found in the room of the 17-year-old who attacked passengers on a train in southern Germany with an ax.
What happens to a country after a coup is far worse than rounding up people and trying to avoid the next one, Robert Amsterdam said.
The failed military coup and the Turkish government's sweeping crackdown makes Turkey a more difficult investment destination, but the global hunt for yield could lure investors who might otherwise have stayed away.
Evidence of widespread state-sponsored doping by Russian athletes at the Sochi Olympics was confirmed.
The Millennial generation are earning less than previous generations and are less likely to own a home, according to a new report.
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