US charges Russian ‘Evil Corp’ hackers with $100m banking scheme

Maksim Yakubets and Igor Turashev were also sanctioned by the treasury for stealing banking credentials from 40 countriesUS prosecutors have charged two members...

Nearly 500,000 people march against Macron as strikes grip France

Transport workers bring country to standstill amid anger over pension changesMore than 450,000 people marched in cities across France as railway workers, teachers...

Climate crisis is ‘challenge of civilisation’, says pope

Pontiff calls on COP 25 leaders to show political will to safeguard healthy planetThe climate emergency is a “challenge of civilisation” requiring sweeping...

New book claims Albert Camus was murdered by the KGB

Study expands on archive finds revealed in 2011, and suggests that the French state may have abetted the 1960 car crash that killed...

Serious Fraud Office investigates Glencore over suspected bribery

The £30bn company, which is the world’s largest commodity trader, says it will cooperate The UK’s Serious Fraud Office has launched an investigation...

Croatia wrongly deports Nigerian table tennis players to Bosnia

Organisers of competition students travelled to attend demand their return to Nigeria The organisers of an international student sports competition have called for...

Solid Gold review – sluggish Polish crime thriller

A tough-nut ex-cop is lured back to her old job to help bring down a drug baron in this overlong and unengaging dramaCorruption...

Malta PM not convincing over resignation delay, say MEPs

Integrity of murder inquiry at risk while Joseph Muscat is in office, EU mission saysMalta’s prime minister, Joseph Muscat, is under renewed pressure...

Berlin’s notorious fetish club may be forced to close

The KitKatClub, famed for its sexual openness as much as its music, faces an uncertain future with its lease yet to be renewed...

Pope’s aide takes 33 refugees to Rome after ‘shameful’ Lesbos visit

Churches urged to host families as aide says ‘animals live better’ than people in campsAn aide to Pope Francis has urged Catholic churches...

Autofiction at war: why ‘revenge novels’ are taking off in Norway

Bestselling authors Karl Ove Knausgaard and Vigdis Hjorth have had family members reply to their autobiographical books with their own. But where does...

The Last Right review – comfortably contrived Irish Rain Man

This Christmas homecoming story about a lawyer and his autistic brother is predictable but fits like a well-worn onesie’Tis the season for festive...

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‘Everyone is on the streets’: strike forces France to a halt – video

Rail workers, air-traffic controllers, teachers and public sector staff staged walkouts and took to the streets across France to protest against proposed changes...

Freddie Ljungberg lets rip at half-time against Brighton: ‘This is not Arsenal’

• Arsenal’s low confidence a concern after 2-1 home defeat• Graham Potter says Brighton ‘showed enough quality to win’Freddie Ljungberg told his players...

Holocaust: Angela Merkel visits Auschwitz for first time – BBC News

Holocaust: Angela Merkel visits Auschwitz for first time  BBC News Source link : https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-50671663 Author : Publish date : 2019-12-06 00:06:52 Copyright for syndicated content belongs...

Factbox: Alphabet's 'Other bets' in focus as Google's Pichai takes helm

Google Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai will replace Larry Page as CEO of parent Alphabet Inc, heralding a new chapter for the company...

Europe: Shares dip, Glencore slides to 3-year low

Most European shares ended slightly lower on Thursday amid .... The drugmaker's chief executive said the firm is planning more than 80 ... Source...

CVC in talks to fund new global football tournaments – Financial Times

CVC in talks to fund new global football tournaments  Financial Times Source link : https://www.ft.com/content/4dabc976-177d-11ea-9ee4-11f260415385 Author : Publish date : 2019-12-05 21:12:00 Copyright for syndicated content...

Protests turn violent at France's pension strike

On the first day of France's union strikes against pension reforms, several people have been arrested amidst clashes between police and protesters. Source link...

Doctors in Spain revive British woman after six-hour cardiac arrest

Audrey Mash developed severe hypothermia while hiking in Catalan Pyrenees in freezing weatherDoctors in Barcelona have managed to revive a British woman who...

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