China Court Rules in favor of Apple in Local Design Patent Disputes

5 hours ago in World | Views: 46

A Chinese court has ruled in favour of Apple in design patent disputes between the Cupertino, California company and a domestic phone-maker, overturning a ban on selling iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus phones in China, Euronews reported.

Iran Denies Harassing US Warships in Gulf, Warns of Clashes

6 hours ago in World | Views: 47

Iran denied on Saturday U.S. accusations that its fast-attack boats were “harassing” warships at the mouth of the Gulf, and said Washington would be responsible for any clashes in the key oil shipping route.

Indian Vice President Defends Liberal Values, Right to Dissent

7 hours ago in World | Views: 38

Indian Vice-President Hamid Ansari said on Saturday universities must uphold liberal values and respect dissent, a month after violent protests erupted at a university in the capital Delhi over a speech by a student accused of sedition, Channel NewsAsia r

Belarus Protesters Defy Ban to Protest against Parasite Tax

8 hours ago in World » Europe | Views: 52

Thousands of people have defied a ban to protest in Belarus against a so-called "social parasites" tax on the under-employed, the BBC reported.

United Kingdom: Two Remain in Custody over Attack in Westminster

March 25, 2017, Saturday // 12:45 in World » Europe | Views: 64

Two people remain in custody in the United Kingdom after a series of raids related to Wednesday’s deadly attack in London, Euronews reported.

Donald Trump Blames Democrats for Failed Healthcare Bill

March 25, 2017, Saturday // 11:47 in World | Views: 58

United States President Donald Trump has blamed Democrats for the failure of his healthcare bill, the BBC reported.

Donald Trump's US Healthcare Bill Vote Withdrawn

March 24, 2017, Friday // 22:15 in World | Views: 28

A vote on US President Donald Trump's healthcare bill has been withdrawn at the last minute after it failed to gain enough support to pass in Congress, the BBC reported.

One-way Ticket Abroad Alluring Option for Weary Bulgarians

March 24, 2017, Friday // 21:50 in World » Region | Views: 115

After trying for 20 years to eke out a living as the owner of a driving school in Bulgaria, Zlatinka Zlateva finally gave up last September and took a job as a nanny in Britain, Channel News Asia reports.

Donald Trump Sets Ultimatum on Health Care Bill

March 24, 2017, Friday // 21:13 in World | Views: 44

United States President Donald Trump has demanded an ultimatum vote in the House of Representatives on Friday on his troubled health care bill, the BBC reported.

Stier: Croatia Wants Stability in Southeast Europe

March 24, 2017, Friday // 18:46 in World » Region | Views: 102

Croatia does not want radicalisation of the situation in Southeast Europe and can contribute by promoting stability in the region, Croatian Foreign Minister Davor Ivo Stier said in Washington on Thursday, HINA reports.

Human Rights Commissioner: European Refugee System is Unjust

March 24, 2017, Friday // 18:13 in World » Europe | Views: 87

The Council of Europe's human rights commissioner said Thursday that Europe does not have a sustainable refugee policy and that the European Union should move quickly to change it, Daily Sabah reported.

Jean-Claude Juncker: Warns Trump that anti-EU Stance Risks Triggering Balkan War

March 24, 2017, Friday // 17:49 in World » Europe | Views: 128

Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, has delivered a blunt warning to Donald Trump against encouraging countries to copy Brexit, arguing that a break-up of the EU could trigger war in the western Balkans.

Russia Calls US Charge it May Be Supplying Taliban Insurgents a Lie

March 24, 2017, Friday // 17:27 in World | Views: 83

Russia dismissed a United States allegation it may be supplying Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan as “a lie” on Friday, saying the charge was an attempt by Washington to try to cover up for the failure of its own policies there, Euronews reported.

Switzerland Opens Probe into Possible Spying Involving Turkish Community

March 24, 2017, Friday // 16:40 in World | Views: 104

Switzerland has opened a criminal probe into possible spying involving Switzerland’s Turkish community, federal prosecutors said on Friday, Euronews reported.

France's Le Pen Urges Lifting of EU Sanctions on Russia

March 24, 2017, Friday // 13:51 in World » Europe | Views: 116

France's far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has called for the lifting of EU sanctions on Russia, during a visit to Moscow, the BBC reported.