The Spanish government plans to increase taxes on big corporations and the wealthy and use 27 billion euros ($31.8 billion) in European grants as it tries to reverse one of the deepest coronavirus-related slumps among developed economies.
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has proposed banning the sub-contracting or outsourcing of jobs by private companies, saying the practice has been abused to avoid paying employees’ benefits.
Greece’s coast guard says a Greek navy minesweeper and a Portuguese-flagged cargo ship have collided outside the country’s main port of Piraeus, leaving two navy crew slightly injured and prompting the evacuation of the severely damaged military vessel.
Another plane full of Israeli business people excited about their newfound access to the United Arab Emirates has touched down in Dubai this week.
Soviet Union’s collapse may be responsible for exodus from eastern Europe
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defense chief Mark Esper are in India to drive the Trump administration’s anti-China message exactly a week ahead of America’s presidential election.
The mosque in Pantin, north-eastern Paris, was among the first signs that something this time was different.
Yoshihide Suga says dealing with climate change is no longer a constraint on growth as he sets out a bolder approach to the emergency
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says that Greece and Turkey are going to cancel war games scheduled for next week on each other’s national holidays, in a further sign of easing of tensions between the two NATO allies and historic rivals.
Japan and Britain have signed a free trade deal, the first such major post-Brexit agreement.