NICOSIA (Reuters) – Cyprus President Nikos Christodoulides will visit Egypt and Jordan on Tuesday as part of an initiative to establish a humanitarian aid corridor to Israeli-besieged Gaza. Cyprus, the closest European Union member state to the Middle East, has offered... Read More.
By Valerie Volcovici DUBAI (Reuters) – Flashy country pavilions, corporate-sponsored cocktail parties and a smorgasbord of side events have turned the annual U.N. climate summit into what some say is a trade show or circus. In this year’s gleaming host city of... Read More.
MOSCOW (Reuters) -Temperatures in parts of Siberia plummeted to minus 56 degrees Celsius (minus 69 degrees Fahrenheit) on Monday while blizzards blanketed Moscow in record snowfall and disrupted flights as winter weather swept across Russia. In the Sakha Republic, located in the northeastern part of... Read More.
(Reuters) – Eli Lilly on Monday again extended its deadline for Point Biopharma Global shareholders to sell their shares to the drugmaker, following low participation amid investor concerns that the offer price was low. Lilly set Dec. 15 as the deadline... Read More.
(Reuters) -Ford Motor posted a 0.5% drop in U.S. new vehicle sales for November on Monday, as the automaker worked to restart some of its key plants following a lengthy workers’ strike that impacted vehicle production. Ford reached a deal with the United Auto Workers... Read More.
(Reuters) – Cloud communications platform Twilio Inc said on Monday it will lay off about 5%, or 295, of its total workforce by the first quarter of 2024 to achieve profitable growth. The company expects to incur about $25 million to... Read More.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration on Monday sent Congress an urgent warning about the need to approve tens of billions of dollars in military and economic assistance to Ukraine, saying Kyiv’s war effort to defend itself from Russia’s invasion may grind to a... Read More.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Faculty at California State University, the largest public university system in the U.S., will hold a series of four one-day strikes starting Monday across four campuses to demand higher pay and more parental leave for thousands of professors, librarians, coaches... Read More.
(Refiles to reword headline for clarity to “aircraft” from “jet” earlier.) TOKYO (Reuters) – The remains of five additional crew members were found after a U.S. military Osprey aircraft crashed off western Japan on Wednesday, U.S. Air Force Special Operations... Read More.
(Reuters) -The European Union is dealing with an increase in legal and illegal arrivals by migrants, prompting some member states to temporarily re-introduce border controls within what is normally a zone of free movement. The bloc’s Schengen rules allow such action “as a last resort”... Read More.