New measures are part of the government's 'Industrial Strategy' and would come into effect January 1
Iraqi suspect, 20, arrested in Iraq's Kurdish region
News triggers tributes from some of the people the Polish native touched in the decades she shared her World War II experiences
Talks with the EU have all but ground to a halt, raising fears that Britain could end up crashing out of the bloc without a deal
Major industrial nations struggled to resolve differences on trade at end of summit
Criticism is latest sign of trouble created by Macron's economic reforms among center-left supporters who propelled him to power last year
Prince Harry and his new wife joined the ceremony to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's official birthday
Roman Catholic leader urges executives to provide electricity to the one billion people who are without it, but said that process must be done in a way that avoids 'creating environmental imbalances'
No concrete agreements, no specific discussions going on, Putin's spokesman says
Twelve gay pride marches are set in Poland this season, as fight for LGBT rights gets tougher
The list was published Friday and the queen or a senior royal will give them out
Earthquakes happen frequently in Italy, but the famous leaning tower in Pisa still stands, puzzling scientists. An earthquake expert from University of Bristol thinks he knows why. VOA's George Putic has more.