The UK, US and Norway have issued a Troika statement outlining that the people of Sudan should have the right to freedom of expression and … Read more
The man and his 23-month-old daughter lay face down in shallow water along the bank of the Rio Grande, his black shirt hiked up to … Read more
These are the salient Corporate and Financial news for our first edition of the Midday Corporate Dispatch.
Bank of Valletta’s last … Read more
The recent attacks on two oil tankers on the Strait of Hormuz have sparked global conversation due to the passageway’s strategic location, and its role … Read more
A helicopter crash landed onto the roof of a building in midtown Manhattan and then caught fire on Monday afternoon, authorities said.
One person died … Read more
Libya has witnessed eight years of chaos and disaster since the arrival of the Arab Spring and the assassination of its longest serving ruler Muammar … Read more
Update : Authorities have identified the suspect in a shooting at a synagogue outside San Diego as John Earnest and say he’s also being investigated … Read more
Malta based company, using island to declare profits, to underpay tax, mentioned as example of UK’s effort to curb on tax underpayment by big multinationals
UK authorities are stepping up investigations into the tax affairs of US multinationals, which account for a growing share of suspected underpayment by large businesses.… Read more
Two Cabinet ministers have publicly denied leaking details of the Huawei controversy as Theresa May launched a formal inquiry into the affair.
The Telegraph reports… Read more
An inquiry by Amnesty International into civilian deaths in modern conflict claimed the US-led coalition killed 1,600 noncombatants in the fight for Raqqa. The figure … Read more
A US couple who starved and locked up 12 of their 13 children have been jailed for life.
David and Louise Turpin were sentenced during … Read more
The White House on Monday threatened to impose new tariffs on European products over subsidies to aerospace giant Airbus.
The FT reports that the US … Read more
2003 and 2011 – Iraq and Libya – On this day, two US led military interventions started with one end result – A weaker standing in world ‘policing’
On this day in 2003, the United States, along with coalition forces primarily from the United Kingdom, initiates war on Iraq. Just after explosions began … Read more
April the Giraffe gave birth once again in front of an enthralled YouTube audience on Saturday.
More than 300,000 watched live as April gave birth … Read more
Our morning briefing brings you a round up of the latest news, today focusing on New Zealand’s massacre, the reports on Malta’s newspapers’ … Read more
EU, US and Canada announced new sanctions targeting individuals and companies. The penalties come in response to Russia’s actions in the Kerch Strait, the detention … Read more
President Donald Trump has vetoed a measure from Congress revoking his declaration of a national emergency at the US-Mexico border.
Lawmakers, including 12 Republicans, had … Read more
Americans who want to travel to 26 European nations will have to register and receive a travel authorization before visiting, the European Commission announced on … Read more
North Korea has disputed Donald Trump’s explanation for the breakdown of talks in Hanoi, saying it only wanted a partial lifting of sanctions in exchange … Read more
The United Nations Security Council is due to vote on Thursday on rival U.S. and Russian draft resolutions on Venezuela, diplomats said, with Washington’s proposal … Read more
Michael Cohen expected to accuse Trump of criminal conduct and being a conman, a racist and a cheat – Updated
Michael Cohen is to call Donald Trump “a racist”, a “conman” and a “cheat” in his upcoming testimony, according to a copy of his opening … Read more
The House voted on Tuesday to overturn President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency on the Mexican border, with just 13 Republicans joining Democrats to … Read more
The European Union on Monday urged the United States and Latin American powers against launching a military intervention to oust the regime of Nicolas Maduro … Read more
The US secretary of state has indicated America will refuse to share information with the UK if it decides to use Huawei technology in sensitive … Read more