The most powerful passports in the world have been unveiled/ /Ross McGuinness,Yahoo News UK
With Brexit looming, the UK has slid down the list, while the passport power has shifted to Asia.
Japan and Singapore have held on to their joint top spot, with each country offering visa-free access to 189 destinations.
British Prime Minister Theresa May; unhappy – confronts Putin over Skripal poisoning
G20 leaders gather as US-China talks loom//AIWA!
Bilateral talks between world leaders were the main order of business in Osaka amid a host of simmering tensions on trade and climate change. DW breaks down the most important takeaways from the first day of the summit.
In an apparent contradiction of his national security adviser, US President Donald Trump has downplayed recent North Korean missile tests, tweeting from Tokyo they did not concern him.
Both the market exuberance and trepidation can be traced back to the Federal Reserve’s flip-flop on whether to raise interest rates. Analysts say the Fed’s U-turn shows that the world’s top economic minds see danger.
Global growth is slowing to a halt in much of Europe and Japan; and Canada, Australia and New Zealand may be headed into a recession this year. Central banks and international aid institutions like the IMF are issuing warnings and writing down growth expectations around the globe.