Amazon says it will lay off another 9000 employees

Amazon CEO Andy Jassy says in a memo to staff that the company plans to eliminate 9000 more jobs in the next few weeks.

US aid worker freed six years after kidnapping in Niger

US hostage Jeff Woodke has been released after more than six years in captivity in Africa, White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan says.

Yemen’s warring sides agree on prisoner exchange

The two sides in Yemen’s conflict say they have agreed to exchange about 880 detainees after talks in Switzerland facilitated by the United Nations.

Voting Machines Defamation Lawsuit Rupert Murdoch finalised his divorce from actress and model Jerry Hall in August.
Media mogul Murdoch engaged to police chaplain Smith

Rupert Murdoch, 92, has told the New York Post he is engaged to former San Francisco police chaplain Ann Lesley Smith.

South African marches demand Ramaphosas resignation

Protests have erupted in South African cities against the ANC government, over unemployment and severe power cuts.

Scientists closer to using quantum light in medicine

Physicists have built a device that allows them to measure the movement of single photons and could lead to advances in medical imaging and quantum computing.

Thai PM loses ground to main rival as election looms

Support for Thailand’s prime minister is slipping, an opinion poll shows, as the country prepares to dissolve parliament ahead of elections.