Exclusive: New documents link Huawei to suspected front companies in Iran, Syria

The U.S. case against the chief financial officer of China’s Huawei Technologies, who was arrested in Canada last month, centers on the company’s suspected ties to two obscure companies. One is a telecom equipment seller that operated in Tehran; the other is that firm’s owner, a holding company registered in Mauritius.

Drone reports temporarily halt flights from London’s Heathrow

Flights from London’s Heathrow airport were halted for about an hour on Tuesday after a drone was sighted near Europe’s busiest air hub, raising fears that the chaos that affected rival Gatwick last month could be repeated on an even larger scale.

Greek urban guerrillas OLA claim TV station attack

A Greek urban guerrilla group claimed responsibility on Tuesday for a blast last month outside one of Greece’s biggest TV stations and it accused media of promoting a “capitalist” agenda in the country.

EU open but wary on British interest in Brexit delay

The European Union is looking at how Brexit might be postponed and is open to the idea, with EU officials talking of delays from a few weeks to a full year, but it questions whether any such move can prevent a divided nation crashing out in chaos.

Guatemala to shut down U.N. anti-corruption body early

Guatemala notified the United Nations it was terminating a U.N.-backed anti-graft commission on Tuesday, months ahead of schedule, accusing the body of abuses of power, and prompting a swift rebuke from the U.N. secretary-general.