U.S. private equity giant Carlyle Group has agreed to purchase Siemens AG’s mechanical-drive subsidiary Flender in a $2.4 billion deal, theGerman engineering firm announced on Thursday.
According to a new study published on Thursday morning by researchers in Spain and Switzerland, Spain is the origin of a new COVID-19 variant that has become prevalent in numerous nations across Europe.
Taiwan has hit 200 days without any local transmission of COVID-19 infections.
A man armed with a long knife was arrested in the southeastern French city of Lyon just hours after the bloody attack in NIce.
A Chinese spacecraft is anticipated to land on Mars in May, local media reported on Tuesday.
Malaysia’s AirAsia X Bhd is planning to revise its $15.3 billion debt restructuring plan in order to address concerns raised by a creditor as the company’s cash is running out fast.
Hong Kong’s police national security unit announced that it will launch a new multi-platform hotline as early as next month for the public to report information that would help enforce the new national security law.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has conducted raids on the homes of NGO workers and activists in Kashmir for their probe on the alleged diversion of funds meant for charitable work to secessionist and separatist activities.
Chicago authorities held two sisters in custody on attempted first-degree murder charges after allegedly stabbing a security guard 27 times after he asked the women to put on masks and use the store-provided hand sanitizer.
The Italian antitrust authority announced on Thursday morning it had opened an investigation against Google for alleged abuse of its dominant position in the Italian online display advertising market.