Hinkley Point C and other new nuclear power stations in Britain will be delayed by a decision by the UK to quit Europe’s atomic power treaty, experts have warned.
Mevlut Mert Altintas, 22, had been a Turkish police officer in the capital Ankara all his working life. On a freezing winter evening on Monday, he walked out of room number 214 in a hotel in the Cankaya district of the city after shaving and putting on a suit.
Qatar’s nationwide fibre network, built primarily upon “Ooredoo’s Supernet infrastructure” leads the world in terms of rollout speed and customer take-up, according to a new report by global consulting group Arthur D Little.
A 25-year-old Israeli woman has allegedly been raped by two men in the popular northern Indian Himalayan resort town of Manali, senior local police officers said on Monday.
It’s rarely been this good for Islamic bond investors. Not only have global-dollar sales climbed to $14bn this year, a record for the period and relief after a dearth of offerings in the second half of 2015....
Chinese banks extended 726.6bn yuan ($111.80bn) in net new yuan loans in February, missing expectations and pulling back from a lending splurge in January, even as the central bank promised to keep policy loose to support the slowing economy.