PARIS, France – Serbia’s Novak Djokovic has confirmed that he will take part in the next year’s Australian Open after being granted a visa. ”I was very happy to receive the news yesterday”, the 35-year-old Serb, who was sent home from Australia on the eve of last year’s event after a row about his COVID-19 … More Djokovic Confirms He Has Visa To Play In 2023 Australian Open
PARIS, France – U.S. President Joe Biden warned President Xi Jinping on Monday that the United States would enhance its security position in Asia if Beijing cannot rein in North Korea’s weapons programmes, and during a three-hour meeting, the two leaders also had strong words about Taiwan. Bident told a news conference after his first … More
PARIS, France – The children of Iran’s revolution are carrying out their own revolution, said French President Emmanuel Macron in an interview with French radio broadcast on Monday, as Iran holds seven French citizens in the country amid deteriorating ties between the two countries. France lashed out at Iran on Oct.6, accusing it of ”dictatorial … More France’s Macron: Children Of Iran’s Revolution Carrying Out Their Own Revolution
PARIS, France – French President Emmanuel Macron congratulated Rishi Sunak on Tuesday on becoming the new UK Prime Minister and added in a Twitter message that he would work with him on common challenges such as the war in Ukraine.
MILAN, Italy – Italian brand Valentino has decided to switch off the lights in its shops earlier at night to save energy and give a signal of ‘environmental awareness’, following in the footsteps of the French luxury giant LVMH. Starting from last night, lights in around 95 Valentino’s boutiques around the globe are to be … More Energy-Saving In Fashion, Valentino Turns Off Lights Early
MILAN, Italy – Ferrari said on Monday some internal documents had been posted online and the luxury sports carmaker was working to identify how this had happened. It will implement all the appropriate actions as needed; it said in an emailed statement. Ferrari added it had no evidence of a breach of its systems or … More Ferrari Says Internal Documents Online, But No Evidence Of Cyber Attack
PARIS, France – Volkswagen is targeting a valuation of 70 billion to 75 billion euros ($70.1-75.1) billion for luxury sportscar maker Porsche as part of a planned initial public offering (IPO) of the division, a person familiar with the matter said. The pricing formed the basis for discussions in the supervisory board that were taking … More Volkswagen Targets70-75 Billion Euro Valuation In Planned Porsche IPO
PARIS, France – Germany will soon drop mask requirements on commercial flights introduced during the COVID-19 pandemic, Health Minister Karl Lauterbach said on Tuesday, after flagship airline Lufthansa complained that the rule was no longer enforceable. Authorities will focus instead on making sure people wear face – and – mouth coverings on public transport in … More Germany To Drop COVID Mask Requirement On Flights
PARIS, France – Heavy rainfall hit Paris on Tuesday evening after a recent heatwave across France, affecting metro stations in the French capital. The RATP transport organisation said several Paris metro stations had been affected by floding. Metro France has said that much southern France could be hit by storms later this week.
PARIS, France – Britain’s Prince Harry spoke on Monday at the United Nations about seeking insight from the late Nelson Mandela during a time of global uncertainty and urged countries to take action on climate change. Accompanied by his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, the couple held hands as they walked into U.N. headquarters in … More Prince Harry Celebrates Mandela, Urges Climate Action At U.N.