THE European Central Bank has "missed the turn" twice on interest rates and European economies are "now grinding down" putting the eurozone in real "danger", chief economist David Folkerts-Landa has warned.
INDIAN citizens are preparing to hit the polling booth, as the country’s national elections are approaching next month. Certain portions of the country’s population have been barred from voting this year, however.
VENEZUELA is still in the grips of political chaos, as the country struggles to regain a semblance of control following a coup which saw Nicolas Maduro ejected from incumbency. Looting and violence are now sweeping the streets as rolling blackouts continue.
CANADIANS have been warned “not to trust the lofty promises” of any politicians as a second parliamentary committee considers opening a further investigation into wrongdoing by senior aides to Justin Trudeau.
AUSTRIA has rejected criticism from the European Union after Wien slashed benefit payments for immigrants’ children still living abroad, claiming they simply adjusted the rates to the local living costs.
FRENCH President Emmanuel Macron’s popularity dipped again this month following a brief rebound, according to a poll on Tuesday, as the anti-government Yellow Vest protest movement enters its 20th week of action.
Canberra warned social media companies, including Facebook and Twitter, their executives could face jail time in Australia if they did not quickly remove extremist content from their platforms on Tuesday, according to The Australian. Prime Minister Scott Morrison met with a number of tech firms, including Facebook, Twitter, and Google, to question them over how to keep their platforms from being "weaponized" by terrorists. Morrison's government is considering new laws in the wake of the white supremacist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand. Morrison said the companies "get an ad to you in half a second" so "they should be able to pull down this sort of terrorist material and other types of...