Ten years after a heist that has been praised for its execution still only one perpetrator remains behind bars. The thieves were able to make off with $50 million (€47 million) worth of diamonds.
The iPhone maker's top supplier Foxconn plans to boost production in India, with a new facility in Bengaluru. But the move westward could be beset by red tape and quality control issues.
Europe's largest sporting goods company is expecting a lackluster year after splitting with disgraced rapper Kanye West. The company has made a point to distance itself from West's antisemitic comments.
Khartoum's yellow taxi, once a famous transportation landmark of the Sudanese capital, is struggling to survive amid a crushing economic crisis and political instability in the country.
Portugal will end golden visas for non-EU citizens. Officially, it's a response to limited housing. But the EU has long urged Portugal to stop issuing the visas, with officials saying they facilitate money laundering.
Sweden is using its presidency of the EU Council to keep European countries mobilised in their support for Ukraine, and to try to enforce the current sanctions on Russia more effectively. Sweden's EU Affairs Minister Jessika Roswall speaks to Talking Europe about those issues, as well as Sweden's application to join NATO, and Stockholm's other priorities in its EU presidency, which is now two months into its six-month stint.
A civil rights group in Malawi has launched a crowdfunding campaign for women and girls stranded in Oman who had travelled to the country for job opportunities.
Food prices contributed to the high inflation rates, increasing even more than fuel prices. The prices of energy products were 19.1% higher year-on-year in February.
France is growing older. However, Europe's record-breaking life expectancy has a downside: in order to pay for its increasingly healthy legion of retirees, the French right wing says there's no other option but to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64.
Arm, the British chip designer owned by Japan's SoftBank Group, is likely to aim to raise at least $8 billion from what is expected to be a blockbuster U.S. stock market launch this year, people familiar with the matter said on Sunday.
Data by the International Monetary Fund shows that only 24 per cent of loans collected by farmers under the anchor borrowers’ programme of the Central Bank of Nigeria has been repaid.
Transcripts of interviews with one of the main suspects, former EU lawmaker Pier Antonio Panzeri, have shed light on the inner workings of the graft scandal linked to the Gulf State.