militant Hafiz Saeed, the alleged mastermind of deadly 2008
attacks in Mumbai, pleaded not guilty on Friday in a second case
on charges of financing terrorism, a government prosecutor and a
defence lawyer said.
There is a reasonable
chance that South African Airways (SAA) can be saved, according
to a turnaround specialist who was appointed to try and pull the
state-run carrier back from the brink of collapse.
Lebanon's new prime minister
designate Hassan Diab said in an interview with Deutsche Welle
he will work on forming a government within six weeks to help
pull the country out of a deepening economic and political
The European Commission said on
Friday that travel site Booking.com had committed to
end "manipulative techniques" for offers, such as wrongly
presenting them as time-limited, and misrepresenting discounts.
The Bulgarian central bank said on
Friday banks would have to accumulate more capital in 2021 to
counter a build-up of systemic risks linked to low interest
rates that could significantly boost lending.