French govt seeks end to rail strike with 35 bn euro debt pledge
The French government said on Friday (May 25) that it planned to take on €35 billion in debt from the state railway SNCF, improving the chances of an end to nearly two months of strikes.
Russia, Saudis signal oil production boost
Two former French spies have been arrested after being accused of passing classified information to China, officials revealed on Friday (May 25), highlighting what experts see as Beijing's push to develop its foreign intelligence capabilities.
No 'facts' to support MH17 charges: Russia's Lavrov
Russia said Friday (May 25) the Netherlands had provided no evidence that Moscow was directly behind the 2014 shooting down of flight MH17 over war-torn east Ukraine, accusing the Dutch of promoting their own agenda.
RM114 million worth of cash seized from residence linked to Najib Razak: Malaysian police
About RM114 million (US$29 million) worth of cash was found in 35 bags seized from residential premises linked to former prime minister Najib Razak, said Amar Singh, head of Malaysia's Commercial Crime Investigation Department (CCID), ...