It’s time to open up': EU Home Affairs Commissioner on coronavirus travel bans Update: July 24, 04:23 am
The European Commission is calling on EU member states to lift all border checks within the bloc by the end of June, Home Affairs Commissioner Ylva Johansson told Euronews.

Summer travel: Which countries in Europe have opened their borders? Update: July 24, 04:22 am
Across Europe, governments have opened their borders after weeks of closure during the coronavirus pandemic.

International airlines urge joint US-EU COVID-19 testing programme for travellers Update: July 24, 04:21 am
Four chief executives from major international airlines have sent a letter to the United States and European Union requesting a joint COVID-19 testing programme so travel can resume across the Atlantic.

End of the road for French coach giant Eurolines as company goes into liquidation after 35 years Update: July 24, 04:21 am
A French court on Tuesday placed long-distance coach company Eurolines into compulsory liquidation, a lawyer for the firm's employees told AFP.

U.S. gives China 72 hours to shut Houston consulate, Trump says other closures 'always possible' Update: July 24, 02:39 am
The United States gave China 72 hours to close its consulate in Houston amid accusations of spying, marking a dramatic deterioration in relations between the world’s two biggest economies.

Elon Musk's SpaceX in talks to raise funds at $44 billion valuation: Bloomberg News Update: July 24, 02:37 am
Billionaire Elon Musk’s SpaceX is looking to raise new capital at a valuation of about $44 billion, Bloomberg News reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.

Why is Xi Jinping pitting China against the world? Update: July 24, 02:00 am
Earlier this week, Chinese leader Xi Jinping held a rare meeting in Beijing with business leaders. Admitting that the Covid-19 pandemic had a “huge impact” on the country’s economy, Xi used a Chinese idiom to assure his listeners.

Dyson to cut 900 jobs worldwide as firm blames Covid-19 Update: July 24, 02:00 am
Dyson is to shed 900 jobs in a cost-cutting exercise that will weigh most heavily on UK employees of the engineering firm founded by Britain’s wealthiest man. Staff were told of the job losses during a live video conference with Dyson’s chief executive, Roland Krüger, who blamed the decision on the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.