BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany will learn on Sunday whether the Social Democrat (SPD) party’s 464,000 members have voted in favor of a coalition with Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives, opening the way to a new government for Europe’s economic powerhouse.
The lethal combination of modern infrastructure and machine intelligence will drive the next phase of growth. This trend will result in much bigger disruption than what was caused by cloud computing and SaaS.
SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea will dispatch a delegation led by senior security officials for a two-day visit to North Korea starting Monday, the presidential Blue House announced Sunday, as U.S. President Donald Trump hinted that he is ready to talk to Pyongyang.
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s “moderate” defense spending rises in the past few years have been to make up for past deficiencies and the country’s military will not threaten anyone, a senior diplomat said on Sunday ahead of the release of the defense budget.
ROME (Reuters) – Italians went to the polls on Sunday in a vote that could bring political gridlock after an election campaign marked by anger over the listless economy, high unemployment and immigration.
Kate Simko performs at the Royal Albert Hall with her group the London Electronic Orchestra. Women and the Hall celebrates the backbone of the Royal Albert Hall’s history and the women who were instrumental in the fight for suffrage through a thoughtful season of talks, screenings and performances.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – In the midst of a joke-filled monologue at a dinner with journalists, President Donald Trump suggested on Saturday that the United States will be meeting with North Korea but has told Pyongyang it must first “denuke.”
Sean O’Malley injured his foot at UFC 222, but that didn’t stop him from delivering a post-fight interview from flat on his back inside the octagon.
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s former deputy prime minister, who resigned last month over an extra-marital affair with his press secretary, acknowledged in a media interview that the baby being carried by his pregnant former staffer may not be his.