Spain’s Socialist-led coalition government is slashing energy taxes and imposing a temporary windfall tax on the gains of energy companies in an attempt to drive down household electricity bills, which have surged to record highs and triggered an outcry.
Federal investigators say an officer’s errors in calculating the stability of a cargo ship carrying more than 4,000 new cars likely caused the giant vessel to capsize on the Georgia seacoast.
Poland’s most powerful politician says the country’s future is in the European Union but that Poland also wishes to remain a sovereign country.
North and South Korea tested ballistic missiles hours apart in a display of military might that is sure to exacerbate tensions between the rivals.
South Korea’s competition watchdog says it plans to fine Google at least 207.4 billion won ($177 million) for allegedly blocking smartphone makers like Samsung from using other operating systems.
A container ship said to be the largest in the world has arrived in the UK.
TAIPEI – Grateful for COVID-19 vaccine gifts and other support, Taiwan will send a senior minister to head an investment delegation to three central and eastern European countries next month to boost business ties, Taiwan’s foreign ministry announced on Tuesday.
Australia is forecast to reap record revenue from farming this year despite pandemic challenges, a mouse plague and a trade dispute with China.
Greece’s prime minister says the economy will grow 5.9% during 2021.
Several thousand people in Serbia have attended a protest demanding a ban on planned lithium mining in the Balkan country as well as a resolution to scores of other environmental issues.