International Business Times

  1. Super Bowl 2015 Halftime Show: Will Missy Elliott Join Katy Perry?

    Katy Perry will be joined by Missy Elliott during her performance at the Super Bowl XLIX halftime show on Sunday, a source told The Associated Press on Thursday. The Grammy winner, who featured in Perry’s song, "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)," in 2011, will reportedly make a surprise appearance during the “Roar” singer’s performance.

  2. US Law Firm Fights ‘Revenge Porn’ With Copyright Infringement Lawsuits

    The advent of “revenge porn” has placed a number of victims in an enormously difficult situation -- how to get their photographs off pornographic websites. The Internet is renowned for its inability to forget, after all.

    But getting websites to take down pictures of revenge porn victims is not always as hard as it seems, depending on the circumstances around the image. Revenge porn is the non-consensual posting of sexually explicit material, often of a former girlfriend or wife.

  3. New York Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos Under Federal Investigation: Report

    Federal authorities are investigating New York state Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos’ sources of income and alleged ties to the real estate industry, NBC New York reported, citing sources familiar with the inquiry. Skelos, the top Republican official in the state government, has not yet been formally charged.

  4. UK Claims Russian Bear Bombers Disrupted Civil Aviation, Summons Russian Ambassador

    Two Russian Bear long-range bombers, which were intercepted by British Typhoon fighter jets while flying near the U.K.'s southern coast on Wednesday, caused disruptions to civil aviation, Britain’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office said Thursday.

  5. FBI Adds Former Cab Driver Liban Haji Mohamed To Its Most Wanted List, Links Him To Al Shabab

    The Federal Bureau of Investigation added Liban Haji Mohamed, a naturalized American citizen, to its most wanted list on Thursday and announced a reward of up to $50,000 for anyone who could provide information that could lead to his arrest and conviction.

  6. Chinese Official Warns Universities Against Spreading 'Western Values' In Classrooms

    Universities and colleges in China should bar “textbooks promoting western values” from classrooms to ensure that students are not influenced by “negative ideas,” China's education minister Yuan Guiren said on Thursday, according to a report by Xinhua news agency.

  7. Israeli Court Awards 4 Women Compensation Over Illegal Signs Demanding Women Dress 'Modestly'

    An Israeli court has ordered a city municipality in the country to financially compensate four women over its refusal to remove illegal and sometimes threatening signs, which demanded that women dress “modestly” in public, according to reports.

  8. 'Game of Thrones' Season 5 Spoilers: 6 Things We Learned From The IMAX Trailer

    It was perhaps the most anticipation for a television show trailer in history – rivaling the hype for blockbuster film trailers, such as “Star Wars: Episode 7” and the new “Avengers” movie. Fans packed theaters across the country Thursday night for the IMAX theatrical release of the last two episodes of “Game of Thrones” Season 4.

  9. German Couple Working As Farmers Killed In Paraguay; Government Blames Leftist Guerrillas

    A German couple, working as farmers in Paraguay, was found dead with multiple bullet wounds on Thursday, 10 hours after the two were kidnapped from their ranch, media reports said. Their bodies will reportedly be returned to Germany.

    Government officials said Paraguayan People’s Army (EPP), a leftist paramilitary group, was behind the killings, which occurred after the militant group exchanged fire with the Paraguayan military, the Associated Press reported

  10. Malaysia Airlines MH370 Search: Families, Loved Ones Of Victims Demand Answers

    Families of the passengers on board Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 reacted strongly to the Malaysian government's decision Thursday to officially declare the plane's disappearance an accident. Malaysian authorities announced the plane's 239 passengers and crew are now presumed dead, but added that "the search for MH370 remains a priority.”

Recommended Forex Trading Platforms

Forex Trading We know that the right opportunity can happen at anytime, anywhere. Saxo Capital Markets is committed to giving you a suite of platforms that will enable you to access your account and trade the markets whenever and wherever you want.


Subscribe to Newsletter

To receive alerts by email when Free Forex Analysis are updated. Enter your email address below.