Finnish Neo-Nazi group's appeal rejected, ban on organisation confirmed
The Supreme Court has upheld on appeal a decision to ban the Nordic Resistance Movement (Finnish acronym PVL) in Finland.The National Police Board had originally asked for the organisation to be banned, and that prohibition has now been upheld by the highest court in the land after several rounds of appeals.
CaixaBank and Bankia to merge, creating Spain’s largest bank
The boards of Spain’s CaixaBank and state-owned Bankia have approved a merger plan between the two lenders, which will create the biggest bank in the country.
Qantas Airlines Domestic tourist destination to sightseeing flight 134 seats sold out in 10 minutes
[NHK] Qantas Australia is visiting global tourist destinations in Australia as airlines are hit hard by the spread of the new coronavirus.
Qantas Launches A 'Flight To Nowhere' For People Who Are Desperate To Fly
The flight will take you over the Great Barrier Reef, Uluru and Sydney Harbour and you won't have to quarantine or bring a passport.
Top EU official proposes new 2030 target to reduce emissions
The European Union’s top official has proposed a more ambitious target for cutting greenhouse gas emissions in Europe
Yoshihide Suga elected as Japan's first new prime minister in 8 years
71-year-old Suga will replace long-time ally Shinzo Abe who is stepping down because of his health.
Putin backs Lukashenko with a billionaire loan and military support
The Russian president emphasized during his meeting with Lukashenko that the crisis should be resolved without pressure from abroad. He also noted that Russian military forces in Belarus would soon begin to conduct planned military exercises.
Alexey Navalny Plans to Return to Russia After Surviving Poison Attack
“He’s fully aware of his condition, he’s fully aware of what happened and he’s fully aware of where he is,” a German official told NYT.
Greenpeace lifts three-day blockade of Swedish oil refinery
Environmental campaigners Greenpeace said Sunday they had lifted a blockade of an oil refinery imposed to protest plans to expand it, after nearly three days of the action.
Lukashenko to meet Putin for talks on 'integration' - International
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko arrived in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, where his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin has a residence, making his first foreign trip since the election
Belarusian oppositionists march through the center of Minsk
Law enforcement officers have already detained about 30 demonstrators