First LGBTI job held in India after gay ban lifted

BENGALURU (Reuters) – An LGBTI job fair, in India, attracted more than 250 people on Intel, Goldman Sachs and Uber. FILE PHOTO: A participant in a rainbow flag during a…

Twitter warns Pakistan rights activists over government

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Two Pakistani rights activists said on Monday they had been warned by Twitter about the social media network, a move that signals an ongoing push by authorities…

Twitter Pakistani warns rights activists over government criticism

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Social network Twitter has warned two Pakistani rights activists against objectionable content, they said on Monday, a move that signals a continuing push to the Asian nation.…

Russian military investigators seeking investigation of mercenary deployments

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian Federation (IRC) to investigate the Russian Federation's criminal investigation of terrorism in Syria, Ukraine and Africa, a paramilitary leader said on Friday. The recruitment of civilians…

Uber is looking for OK to continue the self drive tests in Pennsylvania

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Uber Technologies Inc. has asked Pennsylvania for permission to resume the road test on public roads and improve the autonomous vehicle software, the company said on Friday,…

Germans rise in EU stress tests, still among the worst 10 banks in Europe

FRANKFURT (Reuters) – German bank (DBKGn.DE) on Friday among the ten worst banks of recent European stress tests, another sign of weakness in Germany's largest lender. FILE PHOTO: A man…

Chinese soybean demand is fluctuating and US farmers are returning to grain

CHICAGO (Reuters) – Since the mid-2000s, farmer Paul Thomas from North Dakota has planted more land with soybeans as China's demand for oilseeds grew. The shift peaked this year, when…

Global equities start stronger in November and are lifted by the results of the trade war

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The world's stock markets began in November with a broad rally following a brutal October, fueled by strong corporate profits and signs that a trade war…

In the midst of the trade war, the Chinese PM says that relations between Sino and the US can be improved

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said China and the United States could overcome their differences and put relations on the right track if they worked together in mutual respect. China's Prime…