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.
Millionaire density in the city-state of Monaco has hit one third for the first time, ahead of the super-rich descending on the city-state for the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix this weekend.
According to data breach tracker Have I Been Pwned, more than five billion account credentials have been accessed and stolen in large-scale attacks.
The 2017-18 season is now over for most clubs.
Ireland’s electorate will hit the polling booths tomorrow to vote on granting policy makers the ability to legalise abortion in certain cases.
In his first appearance in Europe since the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared in front of the European Parliament in Brussels to answer questions from 12 members of the European Parliament (MEPs) from various political groups.
The PlayStation 5 is still a long way off, according to PlayStation CEO John Kodera.
Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro won re-election on Sunday, ushering in another six-year term for the controversial leader, and yet more uncertainty over the country’s future.
The UK has been destroyed by a deadly outbreak and nuclear explosions.
The European Union’s GDPR — formally known as General Data Protection Regulation — comes into effect this Friday and will be the biggest update to data protection laws in decades.
Spain has extended direct rule over Catalonia after yesterday recognising the powers of newly elected Catalan leader Quim Torra but objecting to his choice of councillors.
The number of climate change-related lawsuits filed against oil and gas companies has boomed over the last few years.
In the US, organs are in such high demand that 20 people die every day waiting for a transplant.
Earlier this month, Argentina’s Central Bank raised the country’s interest rate by 675 basis points to 40%.
Since 1871, English football teams have been competing for the FA Cup.
There’s less than a month to go until the 2018 Russia World Cup kicks off, but its not too late to book a last-minute trip.
After an incredible opening in China this weekend, Avengers: Infinity War has rocketed up the highest-grossing film charts.
When we mention the word conservation, most thoughts tend to go towards tropical rainforests or wide savannas.
With 16 wins in 24 categories, no one could possibly deny the BBC was the big victor of the Bafta TV awards.
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Anyone and everyone are investing in cryptocurrency nowadays, hoping to earn a quick fortune off of the back of the next Bitcoin.
Ed Sheeran’s net worth has propelled up the ladder in the latest rich list by the Sunday Times, after making more money than any other British musician last year.
In the 15 months since Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States, his net approval rating has been the worst in history.
For much of the last century, observers of the oil industry have debated when or if we might reach so-called peak oil — the point when the maximum rate of petroleum extraction is achieved.
Adidas recorded a “successful” start to the year with revenue growth of 10% in the first quarter.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE), currently embroiled in a long-running war in Yemen, has begun a military occupation of a Yemeni island called Socotra in the Arabian Sea.
Belgium has followed the Netherlands in banning the sale of loot boxes in video games, as Europe begins to crack down on what it deems to be illegal gambling operations run by major game publishers.
The commonly held belief when it comes to alcohol is that an ostentatious bottle usually belies an uninspired drink.
Michael Gove’s Green Brexit idea means a lot of things to a lot of people.
With Eurovision just around the corner, there’s no better time to take a look back at the history of the contest.