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Lufthansa reports loss as high fuel cost, overcapacity weigh

Germany's biggest airline Lufthansa posted a loss for first three months of the year, hurt by rising fuel cost and overcapacity in Europe.

US will reportedly press allies to keep Huawei out of 5G in Prague meeting

The United States will push its allies at a meeting in Prague next month to adopt shared security and policy measures that will make it more difficult for China's Huawei to dominate 5G

Can European banks be saved by a fresh round of deal making?

The comparisons with U.S. peers just got a lot harder for European banks after a strong showing from J.P. Morgan to kick off earnings season, but could there be fresh revenue on the way for European

JP Morgan says gains in Asian stocks are 'already behind us'

"I think most of the gains for this year in Chinese as well as Asian equity markets are already behind us," said Mixo Das, Asia equity strategist at J.P. Morgan.

Saudi shopping mall operator launches kingdom's biggest IPO in five years

Arabian Centres Company is selling a 20 percent stake on the Saudi stock exchange, Tadawul.

Taiwan president says island is not intimidated by Chinese military drills

Taiwan is not intimidated by China's military drills this week, President Tsai Ing-wen said on Tuesday, after the latest Chinese military maneuvers were denounced by a senior U.S. official as

The specter of Chinese investment looms over Indonesia's election

Economic nationalism and issues of religious identity are at the forefront of Indonesia's upcoming elections as the world's largest Muslim-majority country goes to the polls on Wednesday.

In South Korea's struggling Kia Town, 'bad jobs' are better than no jobs

The South Korean city of Gwangju has seen a steady exodus of manufacturing jobs move to low-cost countries. Many job seekers say they would work for the plant in a heartbeat.

Stocks in Asia advance; BOJ chief flags concerns over trade protectionism

The U.S and Japan kicked off trade talks in Washington on Monday. U.S. President Donald Trump has made it clear he is unhappy with Japan's $69 billion trade surplus with the U.S. and wants an

Pulitzer Prizes honor coverage of mass shootings, Trump's hush-money scandals, Yemen's civil war

The Pulitzers, U.S. journalism's highest honor, reflected a year when journalism also came under attack in other ways.

Scenes of Notre Dame Cathedral in flames

Notre Dame Cathedral engulfed in flames on April 15, 2019

'Game of Thrones' hits record viewership as its final season kicks off, putting HBO in a tricky spot

Coming back from its longest hiatus in series history, "Game of Thrones" earned its highest showing for a first-run telecast with an average of 17.4 million viewers, exceeding the previous series high

Bank of Japan chief: Trade protectionism is the biggest risk to the global economy

Increasing trade protectionism around the globe is the biggest threat to global economic growth, Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda says.

Donald Trump encourages France to use 'flying water tankers' as Notre Dame Cathedral burns

"So horrible to watch the massive fire," the president tweeted. "Perhaps flying water tankers could be used to put it out."

Notre Dame will be rebuilt within the next five years, French President Emmanuel Macron says

The massive fire that ripped through Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral, collapsing the roof and spire, was likely caused accidentally, prosecutors say.

As the final season of 'Game of Thrones' begins, here's what the brands are doing

HBO just dropped the first episode of the eighth and final season of "Game of Thrones" and with it comes a host of brand promotions. From branded makeup to sneakers, fans can grab their own piece of

Italy's deputy leader Di Maio says he won't change the country's economic path

Last week, Italy's anti-austerity government cut its 2019 growth forecast and predicted another rise in debt levels.

Thousands of activists block London roads to demand action on climate change

Environmental activists paralysed parts of central London on Monday in a bid to force the government to do more to tackle climate change.

Ukraine presidential favorite Zelensky skips live TV debate – but it doesn't matter, experts say

The favorite to win Ukraine's presidential election this weekend caused a stir on Sunday by skipping a live televised debate.

Goldman Sachs says Trump has a 'narrow advantage' in 2020 election

Incumbent presidents tend to have a "built-in advantage" of 5 to 6 percentage points in the popular vote, according to Goldman.