SYDNEY, Jan 16 (Reuters) – Sterling slid to three-month lows
in Asia on Monday with investors again spooked by concerns over
Britain’s exit from the European Union, while U.S. policy
Turkey’s parliament gives initial approval to a new constitution to boost presidential powers.
A sports hall roof collapses during a floorball game in the Czech Republic city of Ceska Trebova.
The US president-elect says Germany was wrong to let so many migrants into the country.
The pound sinks below $1.20 ahead of a key speech from Theresa May on Brexit this week.