France Repatriates Several Orphan Children Who Were Stranded in Syria

The return of five children of deceased ISIS militants came as a surprise to their families, as France has stalled at repatriating its citizens kept in Syria and Iraq.

France Repatriates Several Orphan Children Who Were Stranded in Syria 2019/03/15 21:50

‘Mind the Pay Gap’: Reduced Berlin Transit Tickets for Women to Highlight Discrimination

Women in Germany are paid an average of 21 percent less than men. For one day only, the capital’s public transportation will offer them a corresponding discount.

‘Mind the Pay Gap’: Reduced Berlin Transit Tickets for Women to Highlight Discrimination 2019/03/15 21:15

Apple Defends App Store Policies After Spotify’s Antitrust Complaint

Accused of using its App Store to undercut competitors, Apple said Spotify was treated like all other developers that use the App Store.

Apple Defends App Store Policies After Spotify’s Antitrust Complaint 2019/03/15 20:18

Germany Sets Guidelines for Repatriating Colonial-Era Artifacts

Officials say the pact will ensure that objects taken from former colonies are returned to their rightful owners. But critics say German museums have a long way to go.

Germany Sets Guidelines for Repatriating Colonial-Era Artifacts 2019/03/15 17:03

News analysis: Brussels, Sick of Brexit, Braces for a Deadline Debate

Britain will seek an extension on its E.U. withdrawal process. Any one of 27 national leaders could refuse. And they have reason to fear a long delay.

News analysis: Brussels, Sick of Brexit, Braces for a Deadline Debate 2019/03/15 16:57

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