Football euphoria reached the stars in Moscow on Thursday as the 2018 World Cup finally kicked off.
Italy’s next prime minister Giuseppe Conte hasn’t even been confirmed by the country’s parliament yet and he’s already making headlines — for all the wrong reasons.
Starbucks is opening its first store in Italy, almost 50 years after it was established in the US, sparking fears that it will fundamentally change the Italian coffee drinking culture.
One of cricket’s most beloved events of the season, the 2018 India Premier League (IPL), has just kicked off in Mumbai, with eight teams from across the country bidding to pocket the equivalent prize money of $4 million. Reigning champions Mumbai Indians will look to retain their crown after their one-run win against Rising Pune Supergiant
Seattle-based and family-run fashion chain of department stores Nordstrom is opening its first New York City store today.
North Korea’s Supreme People’s Assembly — the country’s parliament — is meeting today, as Kim Jong-un prepares for upcoming summits with South Korea President Moon Jae-in and US President Donald Trump.
US ride-hailing app Uber has taken a fresh legal blow, losing a court case against France at the European Court of Justice (ECJ).
Patrick Reed — the American 27-year-old golfer — has claimed the first major in his career at the legendary Augusta National in Georgia at the Masters 2018 tournament.
Over a month has passed since Italy took to the ballot box — in one of the lowest election turnouts in recent history — to elect a new government and the country’s next prime minister, but so far little has happened.
A meeting of the United Nations (UN) is set to take place in Geneva today, where 123 member countries will discuss how to regulate the production of lethal autonomous weapons systems and the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to create so-called killer robots.
Mixed martial arts (MMA) superstar Conor McGregor cannot seem to be able to keep away from the limelight, even if it puts his sponsors and reputation at risk.
Hungary heads to polls this Sunday for its presidential elections.
There is a great disproportion between the number of male and female millionaires both in the world and the UK, a research by GlobalData’s WealthInsight has found.
It’s almost tee time at the Augusta National Country Club for the 82nd edition of the Masters Tournament, one of the most prestigious golf competitions in the world.
UK companies with more than 250 employees have about 12 hours left to submit the average hourly rate pay gap between their male and female employees.
The famous British roast dinner could become the next flavour of ecigarettes to enter the vaping market, after research found it was the most-wanted taste.
Music streaming company Spotify is making its debut as a publicly listed company on the New York Stock Exchange today, hoping to fund a move away from music and into other areas.
In 1994, Silvio Berlusconi rose to power as the symbol of a sentiment of change and progress that made him one of the most successful – though controversial – politicians in Italy’s modern history.
German car manufacturer Volkswagen is to face trial over allegations of emissions fraud at London’s High Court today in what has been described as “the biggest consumer class action in England and Wales history”.
Chinese companies and investors are coming to the UK, hinting we could be on the verge of a golden era of collaboration between the two powers and the annual Sino British Summit highlights these possibilities.
The popularity of the mighty avocado could be waning in the UK, as supermarket figures suggest that pineapples are increasing in popularity.
British clothing retailer Next has announced an 8% fall in annual profits in what it has described as its toughest period in 25 years.
West Ham United owners David Gold and David Sullivan looked troubled as they walked away from their seats at the London Stadium during their club’s 3-0 defeat by Burnley.
Scientists have predicted that the next flu pandemic to hit the UK could kill as many as 886,000 people and infect 43 million — about three-quarters of the entire population.
The decreasing cost of wind and solar renewable energy farms could lead to a $28 billion investment boost in the UK by 2030, a new study by Aurora Energy Research has found.
The city of Hong Kong has unveiled plans for a legislation that punishes those who insult the Chinese national anthem with three years in jail, in a bid to implement a law on the March of the Volunteers at a local level.
The UK is to announce plans to build a new chemical weapons defence centre in a bid to protect itself from Russia and North Korea.
Theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking was an outstanding scientist, a good father, a visionary, a fighter, but also a very provocative person with a strong sense of humour.
The British Treasury is considering phasing out 1p and 2p coins as people are shifting from cash to contactless and card payments.
US President Donald Trump last week took the world by surprise as he announced his wish to meet North Korea’s supreme leader and — until then — Washington’s archenemy Kim Jong-un, after months of threatening war against each other.