DETROIT, Jan 10 (Reuters) – Volkswagen AG’s supervisory board is set to meet on Wednesday to approve a civil
and criminal settlement with the U.S. Justice Department that
will include a penalty of about $4 billion, sources briefed on
the matter said Tuesday.
The term, Volksverraeter in German, has Nazi overtones a judging panel found.
Suicide bombings kill 31 near Afghan parliament compound in Kabul
(CNN) Two suicide bombings targeted a van Tuesday carrying administrative staffers of the Afghan parliament in the capital of Kabul, killing at least 31 people and injuring others, officials said. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the blasts …
Asia Pacific|Bombings Near Afghanistan's Parliament Kill Dozens
Twin Taliban Bombings Kill Dozens in Afghan Capital
Twin blasts claimed by Taliban kill more than 20 people in Kabul
Pant, who has been named in India's T20I squad to play England, launched a breathtaking assault on Canara Bank's modest total of 120-7.
As many as 350 theatres in Kerala will down shutters indefinitely from Thursday following an ongoing tiff between the Kerala Film Exhibitors' Federation and the distributors and producers over sharing of collections.
What Trump gives with one hand, he could take away with the other: World Bank
The world economy is expected to expand 2.7 percent this year, recovering from a post-crisis low in 2016, thanks to rising commodity prices and incoming U.S. president Donald Trump's stimulus plans, the World Bank said in its latest Global Economics …
Trump's Proposed Tax Cuts Could Boost US and Global Growth, Says World Bank
World Bank predicts 2.7% global economic growth in 2017
World Bank Forecasting Brighter Prospects for 2017
The laws of war and primacy of civilian protection, drawn from the worst of human experience, are being disregarded at tremendous cost in Syria, says Amanda Catanzaro.