Sweden's capital has enlisted the help of 1,000 'corona cabbies' to transport COVID-19 tests from homes to laboratories around the city. Taxi drivers have been hit hard financially by the pandemic, and are pleased to be supporting the testing efforts. Adam Reed reports.
Britain's telecoms companies could be fined up to 10% of turnover or 100,000 pounds ($133,140) a day if they contravene a ban on using equipment made by China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd under a new law put forward on Tuesday. Francis Maguire reports.
Samsung Electronics may launch its next flagship Galaxy S smartphones more than a month earlier than expected in a bid to grab market share from Huawei and fend off competition from Apple, three sources familiar with the matter said. Ciara Lee reports
China's foreign ministry said on Monday that Beijing hoped to have a "healthy and stable relationship development" with U.S., after a source said President-elect Joe Biden will nominate Antony Blinken as secretary of state.
Police in Hong Kong said they had arrested three former lawmakers on Wednesday morning over May and June incidents in which foul-smelling liquid was thrown in the city's legislature, an act police said was intended to cause harm. Libby Hogan reports.