Update: Opposition candidate Ibrahim Soleih declared victory on National television and called on President Yameen to respect the will of the people and ensure a … Read more
Senate Judiciary Committee confirms public hearing Thursday on sexual assault claim made against Kavanaugh. (Agencies/Media reports)
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An Al Qaeda-linked group has been involved in the recent attacks on the Libyan capital Tripoli, a powerful militia propping up the UN-backed government has … Read more
British Prime Minister Theresa May is planning an early general election in November to save her leadership and to prevent the collapse of talks with … Read more
School transport, migration, possible changes at the helm of the police corps are amongst the main items which one finds occupying the news … Read more
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday the United States wants to create insecurity in the Islamic Republic, a day after an attack on a … Read more
In his “Angelus” message at the end of the Mass at Santakos Park in Kaunas, Pope Francis urged Lithuanians to fight the ungodly temptation of … Read more
“This government and above all the Movimento Cinque Stelle (M5s) are enemies of freedom,” said Forza Italia president Silvio Berlusconi, in his speech at a … Read more
“I spoke with Meghan in 2015 and I saw her last time in 2008, at my graduation”.
This is the level of the relationship, which … Read more
A group of pirates attacked a Swiss cargo ship off the coast of Nigeria on Saturday, kidnapping 12 crew members in a region that has … Read more
Torrential rains and flooding in northeastern Tunisia have left at least four dead, including two sisters, the interior ministry said Sunday.
A 60-year-old man drowned … Read more
A spokesperson for Italy’s prime minister said Treasury officials unable to find funds for welfare spending would be sacked.
In a leaked audio recording, spokesperson … Read more
Jeremy Corbyn would be prepared to back a second referendum on the European Union if activists at his party conference forced a change in Labour … Read more
The EU delegation in Libya has urged battling militias in Tripoli to end the conflict which “has caused civilian fatalities”. “The solution to the Libyan … Read more
From Italy’s populist streak to the Qatar crisis, from the imminent start to the Brexit countdown to redefining of the World Order. Understanding the current … Read more
Coffee producers are calling on leading companies including Nestlé, JAB Holdings and Starbucks to cover farmers’ costs as they struggle to make ends meet, with … Read more
What follows is the Sunday morning briefing, with the latest development, a Sunday newspaper review and a roundup of the headlines of the … Read more
What will it be like to have the UN Security Council chaired by Trump?
What did the Salzburg summit say about May’s negotiations tactics?
How … Read more
Many yoghurts are full of sugar and the public should not be lulled into thinking they are eating healthy products, researchers say.
The conclusion comes … Read more