US President Donald Trump defended a series of "tough phone calls" with world leaders after reportedly exchanging harsh words with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Rangers booked a place in the Scottish Cup final yesterday after a dramatic penalty shoot-out in an action-packed semi-final against Old Firm rivals Celtic that ended 2-2 after extra-time at Hampden.
The Palestinians are discussing a new draft UN resolution with Arab countries to confront Israel over its continued expansion of settlements in the West Bank and east Jerusalem, the Palestinian ambassador said yesterday.
Most Japanese companies think the central bank’s shock adoption of a negative interest rates policy has been a bad move that will hit business and consumer sentiment,.....
China intervened to support its stock market yesterday, helping the benchmark index cap its best weekly gain of 2016 before policy makers meet to approve a five-year road map for the economy, according to two people with direct knowledge of the situation.
The Bank of Japan’s new negative interest rate policy may bring “side-effects” if the central bank further pushes rates into the red
The threat of West Indies being forced to field a second string side at the World Twenty20 was averted on Sunday when 12 of 13 players in the original squad signed the contracts which had caused a standoff with the board.
Professor the Lord Darzi of Denham, the vice-chairperson of the Board of Governors and chairman of Executive Committee of Sidra Medical and Research Center, has been admitted to the UK’s Order of Merit for outstanding contributions to medicine.
Recent turmoil in the oil markets is evidence that they are notoriously hard to predict, QNB has said as the bank expects an oil price of $44 for a barrel this year under its “baseline view”.
China’s central bank has suspended at least three foreign banks from conducting some foreign exchange business until the end of March, three sources who had seen the suspension notices told Reuters yesterday.