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A city in South Korea has installed flickering lights and laser beams at a road crossing to warn “smartphone zombies” to look up and drivers to slow down, in the hope of preventing accidents.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern urges people not to give an alleged gunman notoriety as she promises action after the Christchurch mosque shootings.
Investigators who verified data extracted from the black box recorders of the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX plane have found 'clear similarities' with the Lion Air flight that crashed in October. Conway G.
British Prime Minister Theresa May suffered a fresh Brexit setback on Monday (March 18) when the speaker of parliament John Bercow said any proposal she puts to lawmakers must be substantially different to the ones previously rejected by them.
Real estate investment trusts focusing on logistics and data centers like Prologis and Digital Realty make good investments, Duff & Phelps Investment Management's Duff Phelps said in an interview with Reuters' Fred Katayama.
Rohingya children in Bangladeshi camps are struggling to study, especially after the government issued letters to local schools banning their attendance. But some are still finding ways to get their education.
World's biggest planemaker Boeing faces escalating pressure after Ethiopia pointed out similarities between its crash and one in Indonesia last year, focusing on the safety of software installed on the 737 MAX planes.
A gunman opened fire on a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht killing some passengers and wounding others. Police are hunting for a 37-year-old Turkish man.
Fidelity National Information Services is buying Worldpay for about $35 billion. As Fred Katayama reports, it's the biggest deal ever in the fast-consolidating world of electronic payments.
A number of businesses in Berlin are offering women a 21 percent discount on goods and services to mark Equal Pay Day and call attention to one of the highest gender pay gaps in Europe.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Monday that U.S. sanctions against Iran were "crimes against humanity" and said Tehran would file a legal case against U.S. officials for imposing difficulties on the nation.
Several people have been shot, one possibly fatally, in a tram in the central Dutch city of Utrecht, in an incident police said may have a "terrorist motive." Lauren Anthony reports.
"It is incredibly clear cut," family farmer Chris Chinn says, "there is no UK asparagus on your supermarket shelves without seasonal migrant workers." He fears his supply of EU labor is quickly vanishing.
Students from various schools in Christchurch paid their respects to victims of the mosque attacks by performing a Haka, a ceremonial Maori dance.
Global stocks rose to their highest in five months and the dollar dipped on Monday as traders began to price in an accommodative stance from the U.S. Federal Reserve at its policy meeting this week.
OPEC is set to scrap its planned meeting in April and decide instead whether to extend oil output cuts in June, when the market will be able to assess the full impact of U.S. sanctions on Iran and the crisis in Venezuela. Ciara Lee reports
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she would announce new gun laws within days, after a gunman killed 50 people in mass shootings at two mosques in the city of Christchurch.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the U.S. Department of Transportation is investigating the Federal Aviation Administration's approval of Boeing Co's 737 MAX jetliners. News of the probe comes in the wake of an Ethiopian Airlines crash last week that killed all 157 people on board.