Faroes to re-examine hunt rules as anger grows at mass dolphin killing

Faroe Islands updates Sign up to myFT Daily Digest to be the first to know about Faroe Islands news. The Faroe Islands has bowed to international pressure and said it would re-examine rules around dolphin killing, after the slaughter of almost 1,500 of the mammals last weekend stunned even normally supportive locals. The hunting ofRead more

How to tackle vaccine hesitancy

Covid-19 vaccines updates Sign up to myFT Daily Digest to be the first to know about Covid-19 vaccines news. In rich countries there are plenty of vaccines, but we seem to be running out of people who want them. This is frustrating. The vaccines are a medical miracle — safe, more effective than we daredRead more

Did Occupy Wall Street mean anything at all?

Around noon on September 24 2011, a young black man named Robert Stephens fell to his knees in the middle of the road outside Chase Bank headquarters on Liberty Street, New York City. Wearing a white fleece and black-rimmed glasses, Stephens pointed at the Chase building and wailed: “That’s the bank that took my parents’Read more

Telegram emerges as new dark web for cyber criminals

Telegram has exploded as a hub for cybercriminals looking to buy, sell and share stolen data and hacking tools, new research shows, as the messaging app emerges as an alternative to the dark web. An investigation by cyber intelligence group Cyberint, together with the Financial Times, found a ballooning network of hackers sharing data leaksRead more

Wall Street trading groups step up incursion into crypto markets

Newsletter: Unhedged The most important market trends and how Wall Street’s best minds respond to them. Delivered every weekday. Several of Wall Street’s biggest trading companies have unveiled plans to stake out territory in cryptocurrency markets, opening a new front in their battle to win lucrative business from institutional investors. Jump Trading, GTS and JaneRead more

Climate anxiety fails to translate into votes as German election looms

Helmut Beser’s charming brick house stands on the edge of a crater where eight homes and a wheat field once stood. Two months ago, images of the sinkhole became a symbol of the floods that drove the devastating force of climate change home to Germany. Elections to determine chancellor Angela Merkel’s successor are now onlyRead more