Nintendo Shifts Some Switch Production From China to Vietnam
Nintendo Co. says it plans to start making its Switch video game console in Vietnam this year, switching some of its production from China.
Bahrain Records Hottest June in More Than 100 Years
Bahrain has recorded temperatures that make the month of June the hottest ever experienced in the Arab Gulf country in more than a century.
Ex-Teacher Sentenced to 22 Years for Producing Child Porn
A onetime teacher will serve 22 years in federal prison for producing child pornography.
Thai Activist Rejects Police Offer of Conditional Protection
A Thai pro-democracy activist who was attacked and left unconscious on a Bangkok sidewalk says he will refuse an offer of police protection that would require him to stop political activities.
Guatemalan Woman Living in Virginia Church Faces $214K Fine
Federal officials are threatening to issue a $214,000 fine against a Guatemalan woman who has been living in a Charlottesville, Virginia, church for nearly a year.
Russian Officials Raise Alarm Over Bee Deaths
Russian officials are raising the alarm about mass bee deaths across the country.
Greece’s New Cabinet Sworn In
Greece’s new Cabinet has been sworn in, two days after conservative party leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis won early elections on pledges to make the country more business-friendly, cut taxes and negotiate an easing of draconian budget conditions agreed as part of Greece’s rescue program.
Dutch Court Clears Way for Holocaust Memorial in Amsterdam
A Dutch court has cleared the way for a monument to be built in Amsterdam commemorating victims of the Holocaust.
British Prime Ministerial Contenders Ready for Debate
The two contenders to replace British Prime Minister Theresa May will be squaring off in their only head-to-head debate in the campaign.
Sri Lanka to Slash Airline Charges to Help Boost Tourism
Sri Lanka’s government says it will decrease ground handling charges for airlines and slash aviation fuel and embarkation taxes to help the country’s vital tourism industry recover after the Easter attacks that killed more than 250 people.