Air pollution drops as Europeans stay at home

The huge decline in road traffic, air travel and other business activities across Europe during the…

The US-European Solar Orbiter probe launched Sunday night from Florida on a voyage to deepen our understanding of the Sun and how it shapes the space weather that impacts technology back on Earth

The mission, a collaboration between ESA (the European Space Agency) and NASA, successfully blasted off from…

Apple Fined In France Over IPhone-Slowing Software

France’s consumer watchdog said Friday that Apple had agreed to pay 25 million euros ($27.4 million)…

N3bn Fundamental Rights Suit: Court Strikes Out MTN’s Case Against AGF

Justice Chukwujekwu Aneke struck out the suit after being told by Malami’s Counsel, Habibat Ajana that…

The BBC will axe 450 newsroom jobs as part of plans to adapt “to changing audience needs” and meet its savings target

The BBC has to face up to the changing way audiences are using us,” Fran Unsworth, director of…

A popular mobile application developed in the United Arab Emirates has been removed from both Apple and Google’s online marketplaces following a report it was used for widespread government spying

The moves come after The New York Times reported on Saturday that the app ToTok allowed the UAE…

The International Monetary Fund has extended a 280-million-dollar loan to oil-rich Equatorial Guinea

Despite protests by rights monitors who cited sweeping misrule and corruption in the central African country.…

Like many other nine-year-olds, Laurent Simons likes TV and his pet dog. But he also wants to make artificial organs and is about to get the qualifications to set him on his way

The Belgian boy will in December receive a degree in electrical engineering from the Eindhoven University…

The vocal critic that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has named to a lead role in his deadly drug war called on Friday

revamping the crackdown and ending its “senseless” killing. Opposition leader Leni Robredo has regularly attacked Duterte’s…

Chinese online retail titan Alibaba is hoping to raise up to $15 billion in a Hong Kong IPO, a report said Friday, which would be the city’s biggest listing for nine years

The share sale by Asia’s biggest company would also come as Hong Kong authorities battle months…