If Google’s reply ‘goes in the right direction,’ the two sides will continue to work out a solution, said EU competition commissioner Joaquin Almunia
In January, China formally authorised the domestic sale of game consoles made in its first free trade zone in Shanghai
The largest gathering of world leaders on climate change opened at the United Nations on Tuesday facing calls for action to put the planet on course towards reversing global warming.
Pope Francis joked during a visit to Albania that Mother Teresa would have struck fear into him if she had been his mother superior, the Vatican spokesman said on Monday.
The US Secret Service, the elite unit tasked with protecting the President, has been working to recover from recent scandals involving agents and prostitutes, and drinking on the job.
The life of billionaire Facebook executive and Lean In author Sheryl Sandberg has been distilled into a 32-page comic book set for release this week.
Chinese swimming superstar Sun Yang stormed past his rivals to an emphatic 400 metres freestyle win on Tuesday as the Asian Games was rocked by its first positive drugs test.
The United States and Arab allies bombed Syria for the first time on Tuesday, killing dozens of ISIS fighters and members of a separate Al Qaeda-linked group, pursuing a campaign against militants int
President Barack Obama said Tuesday the coalition of Arab nations involved in the first US airstrikes in Syria, showed the United States was not alone in combating the ISIS group.
Assad hails offensive on ISIS; Opposition welcomes airstrikes