Europe Economy The rise in core inflation will keep the heat on the European Central Bank to keep raising rates.
Europes inflation eases as energy falls but food up

Inflation in European countries using the euro dropped again to 6.9 per cent in March, while energy prices fell the cost of food continued to rise.

Britain strikes deal to join trans-Pacific trade pact

The UK has agreed to join trans-Pacific trade pact that includes Australia and Japan, in the biggest new trade deal Britain has struck since leaving the EU.

Spring storm rolls across US midsection, threatening tornadoes, heavy snow

A powerful spring storm system was sweeping across the United States on Friday, menacing the country’s midsection with the threat of dangerous tornadoes, blizzards and freezing rains, forecasters said.

Romanian court releases Andrew Tate to house arrest

A Romanian court has ruled internet personality Andrew Tate can be moved to house detention while prosecutors investigate him for suspected human trafficking.

Ukraine vows never to forgive on Bucha anniversary

As Ukrainians mark the anniversary of the liberation of Bucha, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy says they will never forgive those behind alleged atrocities there.

Stampede during Pakistan ration distribution kills 11

Eleven people have been killed in a stampede during the distribution of food aid in the southern Pakistani city of Karachi, officials say.

NZ PM Hipkins: email scandal a cock-up not conspiracy

New Zealand’s government stands accused of a cover-up culture after not releasing a key email that has led to the downfall of minister Stuart Nash.