Corporate Dispatch End-Of-Day Roundup

epa07615156 US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (L) and German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas (R) deliver a statment after a meeting at Villa Borsig in Berlin, Germany, 31 May 2019. The German and US statesmen are expected to discuss bilateral and international issues such as the middle east situation, China and the ongoing conflict in Eastern Ukraine. Pompeo is also expected to meet with Chancellor Angela Merkel later in the day. EPA-EFE/OMER MESSINGER

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These are the headlines of the stories which journalists from around the world where working on in the past news cycle, carefully curated by the researchers at CiConsulta and the editor of Corporate Dispatch.


North Korea allegedly executes five officials accused of espionage

North Korea’s special envoy to the US, who was credited with paving the way for nuclear talks with Washington, has reportedly been executed over the failure of the recent summit between North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, and Donald Trump. Continue Reading

368th commencement of Harvard University

Angela Merkel urged Harvard graduates Thursday to “tear down walls of ignorance and narrow-mindedness” Continue Reading

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Berlin

Pompeo began a five-day European trip on Friday with a delayed visit to Berlin, where he was expected to press Germany to boost its military spending, avoid dealings with China’s technology giant Huawei and reconsider a pipeline project with Russia. Continue Reading

Pope Francis visit to Romania

Pope Francis arrived in Bucharest on Friday at the start of a three-day pilgrimage to majority-Orthodox Romania. Continue Reading

Rocketman Premiere - 72nd Cannes Film Festival

Elton John has said he is ashamed of the UK over its voting for and handling of Brexit. Continue Reading

At least seven dead and 21 missing after tourist boat capsizes on the River Danube

The captain of a large cruise ship involved in the incident has been taken into custody after a collision with a sightseeing boat. Continue Reading

German President receives Chinese Vice President in Berlin

China announced it will establish a non-reliable entity list targeting foreign companies which harm the “legitimate rights and interests” of Chinese groups, ratcheting up tensions between the US and China. Continue Reading

Grand opening of Topshop and Topman on 5th Avenue

Topshop’s owner Sir Philip Green has been charged with four counts of misdemeanour assault in the US, Pima County Attorney’s Office has said. Continue Reading


Teachers and doctors protest in Honduras

At least 25 people have been injured in the Honduran capital after police forcibly broke up protests by thousands of teachers and medical workers. Continue Reading

Meeting of NATO Heads of State and Government in Brussels

Donald Trump has indicated Boris Johnson is his preferred Conservative leadership candidate amid growing White House frustration over Brexit. Continue Reading


The Chief medical officer is considering a tax on all unhealthy foods in a bid to reduce the levels of childhood obesity and persuade parents to buy fresh fruit and vegetables. Continue Reading


Madrid may be about to become the first European city to scrap a major urban low-emissions zone after regional polls left a rightwing politician who views 3am traffic jams as part of the city’s cultural identity on the cusp of power. Continue Reading

Keny Rogers to enter Country Music Hall of Fame

Entertainer Kenny Rogers has been admitted to a Georgia hospital for dehydration, according to his official Twitter account. Continue Reading


HP sauce adds BigBen scaffolding to famous label in first change in 124 years. Continue Reading


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