Europe

Riots in Paris after Chinese man shot dead

Riots in Paris after Chinese man shot...

March 28

PARIS/BEIJING — French police said on Tuesday (March 28) they opened an inquiry after a Chinese man was shot dead by police at his Paris home, triggering riots in the French...

What world needs is regulated globalisation: Hollande

What world needs is regulated...

March 28

SINGAPORE — Hitting out at a global wave of populism and protectionism, French President Francois Hollande said what the world needs is “regulated globalisation” and continued...

Unfairly or not, London attack points to Birmingham as a haven for radicals

Unfairly or not, London attack points...

March 27

BIRMINGHAM — Outside the Maasha’Allah Internet cafe, Mr Mohammed Hussain raised his voice over the recorded Quranic verses blaring from the abaya shop two doors down. He was...

France, Singapore sign slew of deals to spearhead innovation

France, Singapore sign slew of deals...

March 27

SINGAPORE — Singapore and France on Monday (March 27) agreed to strengthen cooperation in innovation through greater collaboration in areas such as space technology, smart...

Message encryption is unacceptable: UK minister

March 27

LONDON — Technology companies must cooperate more with law enforcement agencies and should stop offering a “secret place for terrorists to communicate” with encrypted messages,...

Attacker’s partner released, believed he was in Saudi Arabia

Attacker’s partner released, believed...

March 27

LONDON — The Islamic State-inspired terrorist who murdered four people in Westminster lied to his family that he was flying to Saudi Arabia before disappearing to prepare for...

Killer’s peaceful Northiam hometown shocked by events

Killer’s peaceful Northiam hometown...

March 27

NORTHIAM, ENGLAND — “This is supposed to be a quiet East Sussex village” declares a man in Will’s Cafe, the teahouse in what passes for the centre of bucolic Northiam.

UK police still think Westminster attacker acted alone

UK police still think Westminster...

March 26

LONDON — British police investigating an assault on Parliament that claimed four victims and wounded dozens say they still believe the assailant acted alone.