(Reuters) — A few dozen Ku Klux Klan members and supporters shouted «white power» at a rally on Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia where they protested against a city council decision to remove a statute honoring Confederate General Robert E. Lee.
CARACAS (Reuters) — Venezuela’s best-known jailed opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez celebrated a surprise return to his family after being granted house arrest on Saturday with a promise to fight on following three years’ imprisonment for leading anti-government protests.
HAMBURG, July 8 (Reuters) — Russian gas has a competitive
advantage over liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from the
United States to Europe due to lower production and
transportation costs, Russian President Vladimir Putin told
reporters on Saturday.
HAMBURG (Reuters) — President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday he thought his U.S. counterpart Donald Trump had been satisfied with his assertions that Russia had not meddled in the U.S. presidential election.
MOSCOW (Reuters) — A firm part-owned by Germany’s Siemens has been hired to help install electricity turbines in Crimea, a region subject to European Union sanctions barring EU firms from supplying it with energy technology, three sources close to the project told Reuters.
SPIELBERG, Austria, July 8 (Reuters) — Formula One’s new owners Liberty Media should buy Silverstone to end lingering uncertainty over the future of the British Grand Prix circuit and grow the sport, McLaren executive director Zak Brown said on Saturday.
LONDON, July 8 (Reuters) — Charlotte Hogg, who resigned as
the Bank of England’s deputy governor in March over concerns
about a potential conflict of interest, is in talks to take over
as chief executive at Visa Europe, Sky News reported on