Ukraine nationalizes its largest bank to prevent financial meltdown

At a meeting on Sunday, the Ukrainian cabinet of ministers considered the issues of ensuring stability in the country's financial system and backed a proposal of the National Bank and the Financial Stability Council, the government said in a statement on its website.

Prime Minister lays foundation stone of Indian Institute of Skills in Kanpur

Prime Minister lays foundation stone of Indian Institute of Skills in Kanpur

The Prime Minister announced launching of 31 PMKKs. Today's government (the BJP at the Centre) is one for the poor. The Prime Minister also backed the Election Commission's proposal to ban anonymous donations over Rs. "Prime Minister had shown concern about the training of drivers so to achieve his dream Ministry has chose to open up 100 Driver Training Institutes all across India soon".

Brock Turner Judge Cleared by Ethics Committee

Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky had justified the sentence by saying that "a prison sentence would have a severe impact on [Turner]". The commission said it received thousands of complaints and petitions regarding Persky and the sentence. Persky requested to have himself removed from criminal cases after the Turner turmoil.

New Theory On Anne Frank's Capture Emerges

Her father was the only resident of the secret annex to survive the war. According to the researchers, the German "Sicherheitsdienst" police who discovered the family usually investigated cases involving cash and securities, not Jews in hiding.

UK-made cluster bombs used in Yemen war, says Defence Secretary

Saudi Arabia calls for the world to take tough action to stop Iran's interventions in the region, Jubeir added. "The coalition confirmed earlier today that a limited number of BL-755 cluster munitions exported from the United Kingdom in the 1980s were dropped in Yemen, including in the incident alleged by Amnesty International not far from the Saudi border by a coalition aircraft".

Oil Prices Lifted by Hopes Inventories Will Fall

Oil Prices Lifted by Hopes Inventories Will Fall

Russian Federation has said cuts could be gradual and it's unlikely non-OPEC members will meet the terms of the deal over the first half of the year. Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) will announce soon the quantum of reduction for Malaysia's 2017 crude oil production as agreed to at a meeting of Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) and non-Opec members in Vienna, Austria, said Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan.