Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has a problem with women, says the woman who has known him longer than perhaps any other: his sister Jocellyn.
The Spanish government yesterday asked the country’s top court to nullify a vote in the Catalan parliament over a disputed independence referendum bill.
HE the Minister of Transport and Communications Jassim Seif Ahmed al-Sulaiti met with Ramin Guluzade, (left), Azerbaijan Minister of Transport, Communications and High Technologies and Moulay Hafid Elalamy, (right), Moroccan Minister of Industry, Investment, Trade and Digital Economy.
A year after disrupting the US stock market with a new approach to handling trades, upstart stock exchange operator IEX Group is planning to nab listings from rivals by charging simpler, cheaper fees, Sara Furber, IEX’s head of listings, said in a recent interview.
British athletes are hoping for their best-ever Winter Olympics medal haul in Pyeongchang next February after matching their previous record of four last time around in Sochi.
As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility initiative, Aspire Zone Foundation (AZF) is hosting aquatics training sessions comprised of swimming, scuba diving and snorkelling lessons by non-profit Freestyle Aquatics for people with special needs of all ages.
A tense standoff was underway between Israel and Muslim worshippers at a Jerusalem holy site Wednesday despite the removal of metal detectors, with concerns of major unrest later this week if a resolution is not found.
Tamsin Beaumont was named player of the ICC Women’s World Cup after England won its fourth title at Lord’s yesterday.
Two months after militants launched an assault on one of the biggest southern cities in the Philippines, the fighting is dragging on, and President Rodrigo Duterte says he is prepared to wait for a year for it to end.