Brexit overshadows Swiss talks with Merkel on EU immigration

The Swiss president has held talks in Germany to discuss limits on immigration into Switzerland, a move required by a popular vote that goes against Bern’s treaties with EU members. The talks have been complicated by similar issues raised in the UK’s decision to exit the bloc. Read Full Article at
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White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was accused of knowingly not telling the truth on Sunday just minutes after she promised to always tell the American people the truth. During an inte
Former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters continued his U.S. tour in Chicago Saturday night, turning it into an anti-Donald Trump rally with Floyd favorites and Waters solo songs taking pointed jabs at
A molecule previously used as an antibiotic could be key in combating the effects of the Zika virus, according to new research from a Spanish university. Read Full Article at
The Ministry of Defence has authorised a spend of €700 million to modernise the Armed Forces with almost half of the budget going to the Portuguese-Brazilian partnership, Embraer, for the purchase of
The Arab League has warned Israel about crossing “a red line” in the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict over the sacred city of Jerusalem. Meanwhile, an Israeli minister said the meta
Markets are watching Google, Facebook and Amazon to see if quarterly results lives up to expectations
Below is a roundup of major events on Sunday, 23 July:
Police are investigating death threats made against hospital staff treating Charlie Gard, the terminally-ill 11-month-old baby at the center of a right-to-life case in London’s High Cou
During a very long — and very combative interview — on CNN, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway took offense when host Brian Stelter pointed out the Donald Trump election officials had
More than 200 sheep have plunged to their deaths after being chased over a cliff by a brown bear in the Pyrenees. Read Full Article at
Protesters squared off against riot police outside the St. Louis Medium Security Institution in Duluth, Minnesota, where they were demonstrating against allegedly inhumane conditions in
A correspondent for Sputnik’s Arab news desk, Sara Nureddin, has come under fire in western Mosul. An Iraqi soldier accompanying her received five gunshot wounds. Read Full Article at R
Seventh-seeded Irina Begu of Romania on Sunday defeated Germany's Julia Goerges, world number 45, 6-3 7-5 in the BRD Bucharest Open 2017 women's singles final to become the second Romanian to lift th
A US vending business is entering a new era of ‘convenience’ by implanting microchips in employees that will allow them access to basic workplace amenities. Read Full Article at
Georgia's Defense Ministry has cancelled a condition barring foreign companies from bidding at tenders for the supply of meat to that country's Armed Forces, thus opening up that market for Uk
The high alert status for most of Portugal is well deserved as over 1,200 firefighters battle 31 blazes this Sunday. Sertă and Coimbra are the most serious affected with the A13 cut-off to traffic as
White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci got off to a rough start in his new job Sunday morning when he ran into a flurry of questions from CNN host Jake Tapper that he seemed unprepared
The Fonda fish farm has managed to expand as well as preserve its strategy and jobs since being joined by an Italian strategic owner a year ago.
White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci on Sunday appeared to contradict official Trump administration talking points when he revealed that he had spoken to President Donald Trump about
In a bid to boost investment and strengthen bilateral relations, Portugal and Mozambique have signed a memorandum of understanding on maritime and port transport. Portugal’s Minster of the Sea, Ana P
Etihad one of ten companies submitting non-binding offers for Alitalia, Italian media reports
In order to participate in the international competition "Sea Cup-2017" to be held in the territorial waters of Azerbaijan in the Caspian Sea, a small missile ship "Grad Sviyazhsk" and a rescue tugboa
Machine learning helps make decisions by analyzing data and can be used in many different areas, including music choice and facial recognition. Yandex, one of Russia's leading tech companies, has made
United States Special Representative for Ukraine Negotiations Kurt Volker says that it is a hot war in Donbas rather than a frozen conflict, according to the press center of the ATO Headquarters.
Appearing on CNN Sunday morning, Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) laughed about an extremely contentious interview host Jake Tapper had with new White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci who attemp
A falling palm tree has claimed the life of an Indian TV presenter in a freak accident that was filmed on CCTV. Read Full Article at
Some 400 people will have to be evacuated from the village of Vurberk in north-east of the country for experts to be able to dismantle an unexploded WWII bomb found during a treasure hunt game.
Massive growth opportunity exists for regional telecom operators, experts say
Tourism, real estate, and manufacturing sectors will drive growth in 2017-18
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A massive inferno is raging at a construction site of an apartment complex in Waltham, Massachusetts, reportedly spreading to nearby buildings. Read Full Article at
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