The cloud-computing expert beat the Street in the first quarter, but analysts and investors found a few market-moving concerns anyway.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth met U.S. President Joe Biden under the canopy of the world's largest indoor rainforest on Friday as she hosted a reception for leaders of the Group of Seven richest nations, who are holding a three-day summit. The 95-year-old monarch was joined by the other senior members of the British royal family, with son and heir Prince Charles and his wife Camilla and grandson Prince William and his wife Kate also present. It was their first major public event together since the funeral in April of Prince Philip, the queen's husband of more than seven decades.
June 21 will no longer herald a full return to normality after Boris Johnson resigned himself to a delay of up to four weeks in lifting the remaining Covid restrictions. The Prime Minister will tell the country on Monday that the latest data on the spread of the Indian or delta virus variant means it is too risky to go ahead as planned. A four-week delay would mean pushing the date back to July 19. It had been hoped that weddings at least would be given a special dispensation after 50,000 couple
He gained the nickname 'the Butcher of Kabul' by raining down rockets on the Afghan capital in the early 1990s. But Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, a notorious warlord who has twice served as prime minister, is now warning that the 'irresponsible' American withdrawal is leaving behind a government unable to fight off the Taliban. In an interview with the Telegraph at his office near the Afghan parliament, he said: “The Americans are withdrawing with an urgency, and I might add irresponsibly, and they are l
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For months, people across England have optimistically looked ahead to June 21 – "Freedom Day" – and the lifting of the final Covid restrictions. Yet as Boris Johnson prepares to announce his decision on Monday, his mantra of "data not dates" is being put to the test by an increasingly choppy outlook in the nation's Covid numbers. Both cases and hospital admissions are once again on the rise, prompting fears that the country is seeing the beginning of a third wave. But not every sign in the data
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A body found inside a bag on the seabed off Tenerife has been confirmed as that of a missing six-year-old girl taken by her father weeks ago. Investigators searching the water off the Port of Guimar found the bag tied to an anchor some 3,200ft (1,000m) below the surface, Spain's Civil Guard said on Friday. Coroners later identified the body as Olivia Gimeno - whose father Tomas took her and her one-year-old sister Anna without permission on 27 April.
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It's now coming up to five years since the referendum in the United Kingdom that eventually took the country out of the European Union. The negotiations were arduous and resulted in an eleventh-hour agreement on the future relationship on Christmas Eve of 2020. Since then, the deal has come into force, with big changes for some – like commercial fishing fleets on both sides of the English Channel and Brits with second homes in the EU, to name just two examples.
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Every day, Belarusian activist Jana Shostak shouts at the top of her lungs for one minute in front of the European Commission building in Warsaw to denounce torture committed by the Lukashenko regime and to demand stronger EU sanctions against international companies investing in Belarus. Shostak began screaming last year following the disputed re-election of Belarusian strongman Alexander Lukashenko, who has ruled the former Soviet republic since 1994.