Reuters Studio Scotch whisky makers were among the most fervent industry advocates for staying in the European Union, but if Britain cannot get the new trade deal it wants with the EU, distillers would prefer a clean break. Kate King reports.
Reuters Studio Students across the U.S. are walking out of their schools on Tuesday to protest gun violence and demand stricter gun laws after last week's massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Reuters Studio Volkswagen has agreed to raise the wages of around 120,000 workers in Germany by 4.3 percent from May, resolving a dispute that had prompted its first strikes since 2004. David Pollard reports.
Reuters Studio A campaign bus against Brexit starts its eight-day tour of the UK, emblazoned with the claim that leaving the EU will cost £2 billion ($2.78 billion) a week. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
Reuters Studio U.S. evangelist Billy Graham, who counseled presidents and preached to millions across the world, died at his North Carolina home on Wednesday. The cause of death was not given. Nathan Frandino has more.
Reuters Studio Lloyds Banking Group reports its highest pre-tax profit since 2006, announcing a share buy-back of up to one billion pounds and 3 billion pounds of strategic investment over the next three years. Kate King reports
Reuters Studio President Nicolas Maduro has said Venezuela received $735 million in the first day of a pre-sale of the country's "petro" cryptocurrency. As David Pollard reports, Maduro is hoping the petro will help pull the ailing OPEC member out of an economic..
Reuters Studio Residents of eastern Ghouta said they were waiting their "turn to die" on Wednesday, following one of the most intense bombardments of the war by pro-government forces on the besieged, rebel-held enclave near Damascus.
Reuters Studio The company behind an artificial intelligence algorithm designed to identify extremist videos says the programme could stop Islamic State video being uploaded to the internet. Stuart McDill reports.
Reuters Studio Dubai is hoping for more Chinese investment to help boost its struggling property market. The city's ramping up its sales efforts around the world and has China firmly in its sights, as Nawied Jabarkhyl reports.