At least one dead and several injured in machete attack on churches in southern Spain

Man with machete attacks two churches in Spain Leave at least one dead, several wounded Supreme Court examines case as “terrorism” MADRID, January 25 (Reuters) – Spanish authorities said they were investigating what they called a possible “terrorist” incident after a man wielding a machete attacked several people outside two churches in the southern port … Read more

Former kickboxer Andrew Tate says Romanian prosecutors have no evidence against him

BUCHAREST, January 25 (Reuters) – Divisive internet personality Andrew Tate said on Wednesday that there was no justice in Romania and that the file against him in a criminal investigation for alleged human trafficking and rape was empty. Tate, his brother Tristan and two Romanian female suspects have been held in police custody since December … Read more

Strong clan loyalty, locals, helped mafia boss Messina Denaro stay hidden

Mafia’s last godfather enjoyed unusually strong loyalty The Omerta code of silence also helped the boss stay hidden ‘Last godfather’ Messina Denaro lived near his mother PALERMO, Italy, January 25 (Reuters) – When Salvatore Catalano discovered that mafia boss Matteo Messina Denaro lived just a short walk from his home in the western Sicilian town … Read more

Taylor Swift concert fiasco sparks U.S. Senate whims for Ticketmaster

WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (Reuters) – US senators on Tuesday criticized Live Nation Entertainment’s lack of transparency and inability to block bot purchases of tickets at a hearing following a major fiasco involving ticket sales for Taylor Swift’s upcoming concert tour . Ticketmaster, a subsidiary of Live Nation Entertainment Inc (LYV.N), which has been unpopular with … Read more

Germany approves sending heavy battle tanks to Ukraine, a source says

Poland submits a request to Germany to supply tanks to Kiev The US can drop its opposition to supplying Abrams tanks Governors of five Ukrainian regions among officials removed Kiev: Zelenskiy’s actions respond to public calls for justice Ukraine says spring offensive could be decisive KYIV/BERLIN, Jan. 24 (Reuters) – Germany has decided to send … Read more

Exclusive: Binance Moved $346M For Seized Crypto Exchange Bitzlato, Data Show

LONDON, Jan. 24 (Reuters) – Crypto giant Binance processed nearly $346 million in bitcoin for the Bitzlato digital currency exchange, whose founder was arrested by US authorities last week for allegedly running a “money laundering machine”, according to blockchain data seen by Reuters. The Justice Department said on Jan. 18 that it charged Bitzlato’s co-founder … Read more

Indian university reports power outage ahead of Modi documentary screening

NEW DELHI, Jan. 24 (Reuters) – A top Indian university shut down power and internet on its campus on Tuesday for the student union to show a BBC documentary about Prime Minister Narendra Modi that India has dismissed as propaganda, broadcaster NDTV reported. . Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in the capital New Delhi had threatened … Read more

Zelenskiy marks turmoil after corruption allegations

Zelenskiy says changes are coming in government, regions Corruption allegations are most high-profile of war Ex-minister of Economic Affairs praises government response Government party boss threatens officials with imprisonment KYIV, Jan. 23 (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Monday changes would soon be announced in the government, regions and security forces after allegations … Read more

At trial, Elon Musk says he was confident the Saudis were behind taking Tesla private

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 23 (Reuters) – Elon Musk testified Monday that he was confident he had backing from Saudi financiers in 2018 to take Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) private, while defending claims that he defrauded investors by later tweeting about his electric car company. During a trial in San Francisco federal court, Musk told investor attorney … Read more

EU imposes new sanctions on Iran, will not label Guards as ‘terrorists’ for the time being

BRUSSELS, Jan. 23 (Reuters) – The European Union on Monday imposed sanctions on more than 30 Iranian officials and organisations, including units of the powerful Revolutionary Guards, accusing them of a “brutal” crackdown on protesters and other human rights abuses . The United States and Britain have also issued new sanctions against Iran, reflecting a … Read more