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The company is hoping good operating performance in Q3 will reduce focus on poor corporate practices.
The American dictionary of reference Merriam-Webster on Monday revealed "vaccine" to be its word of the year for 2021, reflecting both the hopes and deep divisions sparked by vaccination as the world wrestled with year two of the Covid-19 pandemic.
IMAGESImages show the Ramada Hotel in Schiphol, Netherlands where Europe's highest number of people so far with the Omicron strain of Covid-19 are being kept in isolation.
Iran's nuclear sites
LONDON (Reuters) -Shares in BT jumped as much as 9% on Monday before sliding back, after India's Reliance Industries denied a media report it was weighing a bid for the British telecoms group. The Economic Times said billionaire Mukesh Ambani's Reliance might make an unsolicited offer to buy into BT or try to get a controlling share, citing sources familiar with the matter. It said Reliance could also partner with BT's networks arm Openreach and fund its fibre expansion plans.
Morocco will halt incoming passenger flights for two weeks starting Monday night amid concern over the spread of a new, heavily mutated Covid-19 variant dubbed Omicron, a government committee said.
Iceland's outgoing left-right coalition government said Sunday it had reached a deal to continue together in power for four more years, more than two months after winning a majority in a general election.
Jack Dorsey, who stepped down as CEO of the social media giant Twitter Monday, is perhaps best known as the man who kicked former US president Donald Trump off the platform he used to court supporters and attack his critics.
Sweden's parliament elects Magdalena Andersson as the country's prime minister, the first woman to hold the post, five days after her first bid lasted only hours. Last week Andersson was elected by parliament, but she had to resign after the Green Party quit her coalition government - before she even had a chance to formally take office.
The Trump International Hotel is the third-tallest building in the nation's capital
India's parliament voted Monday to scrap agricultural reform laws that sparked a year of huge protests by farmers, after a surprise U-turn by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
India's central bank said on Monday it would initiate bankruptcy proceedings against Reliance Capital Ltd, superseding the non-banking financial company's board on governance concerns. Chaired by Anil Ambani, the younger brother of Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani, Reliance Capital has welcomed the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) move to resolve the firm's debt in accordance with the insolvency and bankruptcy code. The company said it would co-operate with the RBI-appointed administrator, Nageswar Rao Y, a former executive director at Bank of Maharashtra Ltd.
Louis Vuitton will present the final collection by designer Virgil Abloh in Miami on Tuesday, following his death from cancer at the age of 41.
In Bishkek, there was little sign of excitement about the vote, which is expected to deliver a 90-seat parliament largely loyal to President Sadyr Japarov
International talks on Iran's nuclear programme restarted Monday after a five-month hiatus with Tehran "determined" to reach a deal as analysts warn of major obstacles to any speedy resumption of the 2015 nuclear deal.
Virgil Abloh reimagined the profile of a fashion designer, merging streetwear, music and high fashion, and shattering glass ceilings as the first black creative director at Louis Vuitton.
Working more closely would require Paris and London to overcome years of ill-will
President Nicolas Maduro on Sunday assailed EU observers of Venezuelan local elections and denied their assertion that last week's voting was marred by irregularities.
A Spanish trans woman’s memoirs, a Mumbai gangster drama, Israeli sisters in trouble… the Covid era is a rich moment for TV drama. Critics from Spain to South Korea tell us about the biggest shows in their countries Clockwise from bottom left: Tiphaine Daviot in Une Belle Histoire, King of Boys: The Return of the King, Sisters, Ana Rujas in Cardo, Saif Ali Khan in Sacred Games. Photograph: France 2, Netflix, Artes France Pierre Langlais, TV critic at Télérama: ‘Hypocrate is code red all the time
The Solomons crisis erupted with three days of deadly rioting in Honiara blamed partly on poverty, hunger and frustration with government policies
France on Sunday urged Britain to help more with cracking down on people-smuggling gangs following a row between the two countries last week over an unprecedented boat accident in the Channel that cost 27 lives.