Concerned by the prospect of a no-deal Brexit, carmaker Ford has told UK Prime Minister Theresa May it plans to move jobs offshore.
Russian media has reported that the country is considering temporarily disconnecting from the internet as a test of its cyber security measures.
A new scientific survey has found the decline in insect populations is happening more quickly than previously thought and will have disastrous consequences for natural ecosystems and the food chain.
Viktor Orbán, Hungary's populist Prime Minister, has announced that any Hungarian women with four children will not have to pay income tax for life.
New data published on 7 February shows measles infection rates in Europe have tripled over the last year.
Casting decisions for the hotly anticipated 'Stardust' are in, with the relatively unknown musician and actor Flynn securing the prized role.
Transparency International's annual Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) has been released for 2018.
A proposal by conservative MP Sir Graham Brady enabling the government to make "alternative arrangements" on the Irish backstop has won support in parliament.
Foreign investment in the US declined during 2018 and at the World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting which is taking place in Davos, Switzerland, business leaders have warned that investment won't pick up until Trump changes policy direction.
Speaking at the World Economic Forum's summit in Davos, Switzerland, the iconic conservationist and documentary maker urged the audience to rethink its approach to the natural world.