The U.S. Department of Justice has indicted a Connecticut man and an foreign national for allegedly bribing officials to win energy contracts from state-owned Brazilian energy company Petrobas.
TikTok said Friday it's working to open two new data centers in Europe to expand data storage capacity in addition to one the company announced last year.
Norwegian energy company Equinor on Friday said it joined Germany's EnBW to develop wind farms off the German coast, part of a growing regional energy shift.
Spain has approved a law that will allow women to take paid days off work for "menstrual leave" as part of a larger package of sexual and reproductive protections that passed in the nation's Parliament this week.
World leaders stressed unity with Ukraine at the Munich Security Conference on Friday. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky opened the conference, saying there is "no alternative to Ukrainian victory."
A former security guard at Britain's Embassy in Berlin was sentenced to 13 years in jail Friday after being convicted of spying for Russia.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak was in Northern Ireland on Friday for talks with political leaders to resolve an impasse over trading arrangements with the European Union that has left effectively the country without
The Lufthansa Group announced on Friday that all of its flights in Frankfurt and Munich have been canceled because of a strike, leaving more than 1,300 flights grounded.
North Korea warned Friday of "unprecedentedly persistent and strong counteractions" to planned joint military drills between the United States and South Korea, which Pyongyang has long condemned as preparations for war.
European Union member states are being urged to seriously consider sending modern fighter jets to Ukraine, as the war-torn country continues to call on ally nations to commit to donating the advanced weaponry.
Canada will deploy Navy warships to Haiti, Prime Minister Justice Trudeau said Thursday, as he unveiled a slew of measures to aid the Caribbean nation's fight against a worsening security situation due to gang violence.
The United Nations called for $1 billion in aid for Turkey on Thursday after this month's devastating earthquakes there and in Syria.
The Chinese government will sanction Lockheed Martin and the Missile and Defense subsidiary of Raytheon, adding them to the government's "unreliable entities" list, the Ministry of Commerce said in a statement Thursday.
The market for liquefied natural gas is expected to tighten over the coming years as the European pursuit of non-Russian supplies competes with the demand pull from other economies, Shell said Thursday.
Russia launched a "massive missile attack" on Ukraine Thursday, firing at least 36 missiles, according to Ukrainian military chief Valery Zaluzhny.
The White House announced Thursday that German Chancellor Olaf Scholtz will visit the White House on March 3, coming shortly after the first anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
New Zealand was counting the cost of a powerful cyclone that swept across the north of the country earlier this week after a second firefighter died of his injuries in hospital bringing the death toll to six.
Hong Kong's population is declining. It dropped by 68,300 people between the end of 2021 and the end of 2022.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Thursday he still wants to admit Finland and Sweden as new alliance members over continued objections from Turkey.
Britain's Centrica, the parent company of British Gas, reported a record profit of $4 billion on Thursday, sparking widespread anger because the bulk of it came from unearned windfall gains from soaring energy prices.
South Korea labeled North Korea's regime and military an "enemy" for the first time in six years in a new policy report released by its Defense Ministry on Thursday, warning of Pyongyang's growing nuclear threat.
NATO countries announced more than $624 million to support Ukraine's effort to defend against the Russian invasion Wednesday, while the United Nations called for $5.6 billion in aid packages for refugees.
A social media post by Russian journalist Maria Ponomarenko about the Russian bombing of the Mariupol theater in Ukraine got her a six year prison sentence.
U.S. forces in northeast Syria shot down an Iranian drone that was conducting reconnaissance near a patrol base, U.S. Central Command announced.
British energy company BP said Wednesday it has established a joint venture to develop offshore wind in South Korea with a partner already boasting a sizeable footprint for renewable energy.