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Goldman Sachs’s fourth quarter earnings beat expectations thanks to growth in its core investment banking arm, but the lender booked a multimillion-US dollar litigation charge.
A harsh weather front has brought sandstorms, hail and rain to parts of the Middle East.
Turkish prosecutors are reportedly seeking an international arrest warrant for basketball player Enes Kanter, accusing the NBA star of membership in a terror organisation.
Harry Kane’s injury continues the World Cup hangover which has seen several players sidelined already this season.
Arsenal boss Unai Emery aims to “promote friction” with his players to “get something more out of them”.
Residents of a village in southern Germany have been ordered to leave their homes immediately due to an “acute” avalanche risk.
Cineworld welcomed a record number of film goers last year, even as the blazing hot summer and the World Cup hit sales in the UK.
Newcastle will assess a host of players ahead of Saturday’s crunch Premier League clash with Cardiff having emerged from the FA Cup victory at Blackburn with fresh injury concerns.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said there is still time for negotiations between the European Union and Britain over its departure from the bloc.
The boss of City Pub Group has said there would be a “Remain dividend” for consumers if Brexit is called off, including lower prices for food and drink.
A curious formation attracting attention in the US is actually a spinning ice disc that is roughly 91 metres wide.
Petr Cech will take time to consider what to do next when he sets aside his goalkeeping gloves and protective head wear this summer.
A member of the SAS is believed to have helped secure a luxury hotel complex in Nairobi after 14 people including a British man were killed in a militant attack.
City Pub Group’s sales grew rapidly last year as the premium operator opened a string of new sites.
Pearson is on track to meet annual profit guidance as it continues to make progress with a turnaround and efforts to slash its debt pile.
Police in Zimbabwe armed with AK-47 rifles have arrested activist and pastor Evan Mawarire at his home in Harare as a crackdown grows over protests against dramatic fuel price hikes.
Lloyds Banking Group has announced plans to lend £18 billion to British businesses this year as part of the banking giant’s transformation strategy.
Housebuilder Bovis Homes has said it expects to post a record year of profit and cheered “encouraging” early signs for trading in 2019.
Kenya’s security forces have killed the Islamic extremist gunmen whose assault on a luxury hotel and shopping complex in Nairobi took 14 innocent lives, President Uhuru Kenyatta said.
Streets are deserted in Zimbabwe’s capital Harare as a general strike continues for a third day in protest over the government’s decision to more than double the price of fuel.