July 18 was former President and anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela's 100th birth anniversary, and to mark the anniversary a set of limited edition bank notes and gold coins was launched in South Africa's capital of Pretoria.
James Bond would love it. Aston Martin, maker of the luxury sports cars favored by the fictional British spy, has now come up with a futuristic personal aircraft it has dubbed “a sports car for the skies.”
The European Commission is set to fine Google 4.34 billion euros (around 5 billion U.S. dollars) for monopoly with its Android operating system, alleging it had violated the EU competition rules, the European Commission said on Wednesday.
The United States has offered India the armed version of Guardian drones that were originally authorized for sale as unarmed for surveillance purposes, a senior U.S. official and an industry source told Reuters.
A Russian gun rights enthusiast who built a network of powerful Republican contacts under the direction of a Kremlin power-broker was ordered held without bond Wednesday after FBI counterintelligence agents accused her of conspiring to infiltrate the US government.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday her government had begun negotiations with the European Union based on her hard-won Brexit plan, pressing on with a proposal criticized by both wings of her Conservative Party.