SEOUL (Reuters) – The heir to South Korea’s Samsung Group, convicted of bribing the country’s former president, appeared in a packed court on Thursday for the first day of arguments in the appeal of his five-year jail term for corruption.
The Scotch Whisky Association calls on Philip Hammond to take action in next month’s budget.
Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. This Thursday, one porn site is using AI to catalog the stars of its clips, Amazon has a waterproof Kindle (unrelated) and we discuss how Blade Runner 2049 is pushing forward AI in fiction.
Maria De Villota lost an eye in a crash while testing for Marussia and died a year later aged 33.
All fuel-burning vehicles could be barred from entering Oxford city centre under new plans designed to turn it into the "world's first Zero Emission Zone." In a bid to drastically cut air pollution, Oxford City Council and Oxfordshire County Council…
At least 16 teams have stopped staying at Trump hotels in the past two years, depriving them of revenue and big-league buzz.
Foreign affairs minister tells ABC’s 7.30 program the former PM should be asked why his views now differ to those as prime minister
Statements by Tony Abbott suggesting that climate change is “probably doing good” are different to his opinion while he was prime minister and it is up to him to explain why he has changed his view, Julie Bishop has said.
Speaking from South Korea on the ABC’s 7:30 on Thursday, the foreign affairs minister rebuked Abbott by recounting his record of signing the Paris climate agreement and setting the renewable energy target.
Trump has a pattern of embracing Erdogan’s behavior and tactics.