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CARBIS BAY, England (Reuters) - Britain is working with the European Union to urgently find radical proposals that would solve the post-Brexit trade problems in Northern Ireland, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's spokesman said on Friday.
THE rising prices of various raw materials are impacting the cost of production of many firms. But one particular industry stands out, namely that of green energy.
LIDDERWAT, India (Reuters) - As India rushes to vaccinate its people against the coronavirus, medical workers often have to trek to perilous heights and across treacherous terrain to reach those in remote areas.
Henry Li Yik-ho was granted leave in March to apply for judicial review, after he was denied the right to identify the body of his spouseBut on Wednesday, the Department of Justice made a rare application for the High Court to overturn the permission granted
(Reuters) - Britain’s Dina Asher-Smith clocked her fastest time outside of a major championships as she powered to victory in the 200 metres at the third Diamond League meeting of the season in Florence on Thursday.
LONDON: Twenty-five years after England’s dramatic Euro 96 campaign revived the nation’s love affair with football, Gareth Southgate’s side aim to emulate the golden summer when football came home.
On why being among the "first" matters, Shalabi says: 'No one should be discouraged because they don't see a space for them in a particular field.'
TOKYO: Boeing Co charged the Japanese government an “excessive” price for some spare parts for its refueling tanker plane, as much as 16 times more than the US Air Force paid for its latest versions, according to a service assessment
LONDON/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Britain and the European Union failed on Wednesday to agree any solutions to ease post-Brexit trade with Northern Ireland and exchanged threats in a standoff that could cloud a weekend international summit.