Corporate Dispatch End of Day News Roundup

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Italian military doctors have been drafted into hospitals in the southern Molise region to cope with a shortfall of civilian hospital staff. READ MORE HERE




An international operation against the illegal trade in reptiles has seen hundreds of seizures and 12 arrests in the EU. READ MORE HERE



SOS Mediterranee search and rescue operation aboard the Aquarius vessel

A group of lawyers are asking the International Criminal Court  (ICC) to investigate the European Union for crimes against humanity for it’s migration policy. READ MORE HERE



UKIP Brexit Betrayal march

UKIP has announced that leader Gerard Batten has resigned. READ MORE HERE



In another twist in the ongoing Nationalist Party saga, party treasurer David Camilleri has also resigned. Jean Pierre Debono will not accept the Parliamentary seat. READ MORE HERE


SPD leading trio

Three Social Democrats (SPD) politicians are set to provisionally lead the party after Andrea Nahles this weekend announced her resignation after poor results in the European Parliament elections. READ MORE HERE


Danske Bank now also in focus of US investigators

Danske Bank, which has been embroiled in a major money laundering scandal, has agreed to sell its portfolio of Estonian private loans to LHV Pank. READ MORE HERE



China has grounded all Boeing 737 Max 8 passenger planes.

China’s education ministry on Monday urged students and scholars planning to visit the United States to more carefully evaluate the associated risks.READ MORE HERE


Sudanese employees and protesters join the strike in Khartoum

At least three people were killed on Monday as Sudanese troops moved to break up a sit-in outside the army headquarters in Khartoum. READ MORE HERE


27th night of Ramadan in Sarajevo

The Saudi Supreme Court has called on all Muslims throughout Saudi Arabia to sight the crescent of the month of Shawwal on Monday evening. READ MORE HERE



Sweden economy

Switzerland and Sweden are the most attractive locations for highly qualified foreign workers, according to a new study by the OECD. READ MORE HERE


North Korean senior official Kim Yong-chol travelling to the USA for summit preparations, reports

A North Korean official who was reported to be in a labour camp has appeared at a concert alongside Kim Jong-un. READ MORE HERE


Limited clashes broke out between scores of protesters and police as demonstrators attempted to march to the US embassy in Manama

Bahrain has warned citizens and residents that following anti-government social media accounts could result in legal action.READ MORE HERE



Cruise ship collides with tourist boat in Venice

Italy’s transport minister Danilo Toninelli has called for cruise ships to be banned from using the Giudecca Canal in Venice, after an out-of-control liner rammed a tourist boat and the dock. READ MORE HERE


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Meteorologists predict Europe heading to one long hot summer, unstable weather predicted for Italy. READ MORE HERE



US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Berlin

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that Washington was willing to hold talks with Iran to lower tensions in the Persian Gulf “with no preconditions”. READ MORE HERE


Reactions to the resignation of SPD chairwoman Nahles

German Chancellor Angela Merkel vowed to continue with her government after the leader of the center-left Social Democrats, a junior partner in the coalition, resigned. READ MORE HERE


State visit of US President Donald J. Trump to United Kingdom

President Donald Trump on Monday arrived in the UK for a state visit that includes the commemoration of the 75th anniversary of D-Day. READ MORE HERE



The Trump family chooses Corinthia for their visit in London. The Sun reports that the Trump family has booked an entire floor at a £22,000-a-night five-star London hotel for their first state visit to Britain. READ MORE HERE




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