Mexico is now deploying guards equipped with assault rifles to help protect mining companies from attacks by drug cartels.
The British government is warning there could be lines of up to 7,000 trucks waiting to cross the English Channel into France immediately after the Brexit transition period expires at the end of this year.
German airline Lufthansa, already bailed out by the government, says it will have to make more staff cuts and mothball more jumbo jets than originally planned because the outlook for air travel is worse than the company first predicted.
Singapore Airlines announced Thursday that it will cut 4,300 jobs – around 20% of its workforce – as the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the aviation industry.
Virgin Atlantic announced 1,150 job cuts Friday despite completing a $1.6-billion restructuring plan aimed at rebuilding the company during the travel downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
India has banned the popular Chinese mobile game 'PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds' and 117 other apps following the latest flare-up between both countries in a disputed border region.
New Zealand’s justice minister says his country is being bombarded by an unprecedented wave of cyberattacks targeting entities such as banks and its stock market, in what intelligence officials suspect is part of a global campaign.
U.S. oil industry operators in the Gulf of Mexico are still reeling Monday from the recent passage of Hurricane Laura as output remains down 70%, according to government data.
A Japanese flying car project is one step closer to taking off into the mainstream.
China is ripping the U.S. Thursday after sanctions were imposed on officials and companies for their involvement in building artificial islands to enforce Beijing’s territorial claims in the hotly contested South China Sea.