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.
US jeweler Tiffany agreed with LVMH on Wednesday night to slightly lower the price of its takeover by the French luxury goods group, in a move that is set to end the legal dispute between the two this send year.
Venezuelan regime’s main prosecutor announced on Wednesday afternoon that journalist and opposition activist Roland Carreño had been arrested, a couple of hours after interim President Juan Guaido denounced what he called the “forced disappearance” of the coordinator of the Voluntad Popular party.
Nearly 100,000 children in Yemen are at risk of death due to food security crisis, United Nations (UN) agencies warned.
The United States has reportedly urged nations to withdraw from the United Nations (UN) treaty that bans nuclear weapons, citing the pact as “dangerous” to a previous treaty.
Workers across Poland went on a nationwide strike last Oct. 28 to protest the top court ruling that bans nearly all abortions.
The Marshall Islands has reported its first COVID-19 cases after two people from Hawaii tested positive.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced a “lockdown light” last Oct. 28 after nearly 15,000 new cases were reported over a 24-hour period in the country.
The US stock market fell as COVID-19 cases soared globally and investors in the United States and all around the world also worried about the chance of a contested US presidential election.