Germany's economy shrank in the second quarter as global uncertainty and the trade war took a toll on its manufacturers.
German economy shrinks as 'golden decade' comes to an end
Newly released data, indicating a 73 percent rise in knife possession by British women and girls, has drawn attention to a normally hidden social problem.
Sharp increase in female knife crime shines spotlight on poorly understood problem
Russia says it outrivals all other countries in developing cutting-edge nuclear weapons amid the United States’ efforts to magnify a recent accident, which Washington claims involved a Russian nuclear missile.
Russia boasts nuclear supremacy over US
Climate change protesters threw red paint onto the Brazilian Embassy in London on Tuesday to demonstrate against damage to the Amazon rainforest and what they described as violence against indigenous peoples living there.
London climate change protesters daub Brazilian embassy blood red
The Swiss National Bank (SNB) may have to do more than pump billions into foreign exchange markets into prevent the franc from appreciating to a damaging level.
SNB likely to follow interventions with interest-rate cut
United States national security advisor, John Bolton, arrived in London on August 11, on a trip that is being widely interpreted as an attempt by the US to fully sign up the UK to its “maximum pressure” policy on Iran.
John Bolton arrives in London to shape UK policy on Iran
India’s revocation of Kashmir’s special status has attracted widespread international concern. Fears are centred on greater repression in Kashmir following the revocation of Article 370, which guaranteed the disputed region’s “special status” in India.
Britain is more involved in Kashmir's affairs than the FCO likes to admit
As the Oct. 31 deadline for Britain to leave the European Union approaches, health professionals are warning that shortages of some medicines could worsen in Europe in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
No-deal Brexit could deepen No-deal Brexit's shortage of medicines: Experts
Britons have spent £4 billion stockpiling goods in preparation for a possible no-deal Brexit, new research suggested.
Britons have spent £4b stockpiling goods in case of no-deal Brexit

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