SAO PAULO/TOKYO (Reuters) - A Rio de Janeiro apartment containing cash, art works and personal belongings of Carlos Ghosn has become the latest battleground between the indicted former Nissan Motor Co Ltd chairman and the automaker. Ghosn is seeking to retrieve "personal belongings, documents,
The United Nations has submitted proposals on two Yemeni cities caught in a bitter conflict -- the port city of Hodeida and besieged Taiz -- to warring parties at UN-sponsored talks in Sweden. The Yemeni government, which is backed by Saudi Arabia and its military allies, has been battling the Iran-backed
Saipem's head of digital and innovation, Mauro Piasere, told Reuters the attack had originated in Chennai, India. Servers in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait had been attacked as too, partially, had infrastructure in Aberdeen in Scotland, he said. "The servers involved have
PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday pledged to cut taxes for pensioners and raise the minimum wage in January but refused to reinstate a wealth tax, as he sought to respond to a wave of protests that have challenged his authority.
A United Nations conference adopted a migration pact in front of leaders and representatives from over 160 countries in Morocco on Monday, despite a string of withdrawals driven by anti-immigrant populism. The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration -- finalised at the UN in July after
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Right-wing President-elect Jair Bolsonaro promised on Monday to end "corruption and lies" in Brazilian politics and build an efficient state that creates jobs and prosperity.
The preliminary order from the Fuzhou Intermediate People’s Court, issued last week, affects the iPhone 6S through the iPhone X that were originally sold with older versions of Apple's iOS operating system. It is not clear what the ruling means for phones with Apple's newer operating system,
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday postponed a parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal to avoid a crushing defeat, saying she would return to Brussels for further talks -- but the EU warned it would not reopen the agreement. In an emergency statement to the House of Commons, May conceded that
Corals on Australia's Great Barrier Reef that survived bleaching from rising sea temperatures were more resistant to another bout of hot conditions the following year, scientists said Tuesday, a "silver lining" for the embattled ecosystem. The 2,300-kilometre (1,400-mile) long UNESCO World
A beleaguered President Donald Trump on Monday insisted hush payments made to women before the 2016 election were legal, as he struggled to fill the key position of chief of staff -- made toxic by two years of White House turmoil. While it remains unclear whether a sitting president can actually be
A Chinese court ordered a ban in the country on iPhone sales in a patent dispute, US chipmaking giant Qualcomm said Monday. A Qualcomm statement said the Fuzhou Intermediate People's Court had granted its request for two preliminary injunctions against four subsidiaries of Apple, ordering them to
Two Russian long-range strategic bombers landed in Venezuela Monday for what the government said were air force exercises aimed at strengthening the defense of the leftist-ruled South American country. General Vladimir Padrino, the Venezuelan defense minister, welcomed about 100 Russian pilots and other
Armenia's acting prime minister Nikol Pashinyan bolstered his authority in the former Soviet republic as his political bloc won early parliamentary elections which were assessed as democratic. My Step Alliance, including Pashinyan's Civil Contract Party, won 70.4 percent of Sunday's vote
The United States said Monday it was imposing sanctions on three senior North Korean officials over human rights abuses, despite President Donald Trump's efforts to woo the regime into a denuclearization accord. The sanctioned officials include Choe Ryong Hae, who has been considered a right-hand
GoPro on Monday announced plans to pull production of US-bound cameras out of China to avoid tariffs that could push up its prices in a fiercely competitive market. Manufacturing of GoPro cameras for countries other than the US will remain in China, according to the Silicon Valley-based electronics
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Usually, a golden rule for a news photographer covering a scene of angry confrontation is to get close, but not involved. Sometimes, though, it's hard to avoid.
U.N. special envoy Martin Griffiths said on Monday Yemen's warring parties had yet to agree on main sticking points in peace talks, including a ceasefire in Hodeidah and reopening Sanaa airport, but that consultations would continue. The talks in Sweden are set to last until Dec. 13. Grifffiths
Talks billed as the most important U.N. conference since the Paris 2015 deal on climate change began the crucial final week in the Polish city of Katowice, capital of the country's Silesian coal mining district. A side event supported by the U.S. administration on Monday afternoon called "Innovative
What happens now after Prime Minister Theresa May threw the Brexit process into fresh disarray after deferring a vote on her deal in parliament? The fate of May, her deal and her government appears highly uncertain, with hardliners from her own Conservative Party threatening a leadership challenge,
TORONTO/BEIJING (Reuters) - A top executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei Technologies returned to a Canadian court on Monday to fight for her freedom with the help of pressure from Beijing against prosecutors' claims she cannot be trusted. Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou, 46, was arrested