UPDATE: A six-year-old boy swept away after falling into a river in Kent is “unlikely” to be found alive, the police officer leading the search … Read more
DNA tests carried out on the human remains discovered hidden almost a month ago in Valletta belong to Charlene Farrugia, the 25 year old who … Read more
Free movement for EU citizens will end on day one of a no-deal Brexit, under new Home Office plans – despite warnings of chaos and … Read more
The British Government has signed into law legislation to repeal the Act of Parliament which set in stone Britain’s EU (EEC) membership in 1972.
The … Read more
Spain offer safe harbour close to Gibraltar to Open Arms – Open Arms captain deems it too far for passengers safety
Spain’s acting PM Pedro Sánchez, offered the port of Algeciras (Cádiz) to the Open Arms ship.
However, an NGO spokesman has rejected the offer claiming … Read more
Investigation shows how the British Home office increased UK visa profits by millions since outsourcing operations to Dubai based firm
The Home Office has increased its profit on UK visas by millions of pounds a week since outsourcing visa operations to a Dubai-based firm that … Read more
Albania is at the “end of the beginning, not the beginning of the end” of its accession to the European Union, the bloc’s ambassador to … Read more
Members of the United Nations Security Council on Friday refrained from calling for an emergency session on the disputed Kashmir region.
Instead, they urged India … Read more
Five hospital staff workers, including senior doctors, told The Moscow Times that FSB agents had their colleagues sign non-disclosure agreements.
The three injured men arrived … Read more
Afghan IS affiliate claims responsibility for bombing which killed over 60 persons killed and injured more than 180 injured during wedding (Update)
Update via AP: The local Islamic State group’s affiliate claimed responsibility for what was the deadliest attack in Kabul this year.
Earlier: An Afghan official … Read more
Eastern Libyan forces have seriously damaged with air strikes a civilian airport in western Libya lacking any military use, the United Nations said on Sunday.… Read more
Ten European cities seek EU help in battle between tourists’ impact on short-stay lettings and residents needs
Ten European cities have demanded more help from the EU in their battle against Airbnb and other holiday rental websites, which they argue are locking … Read more
Israeli forces shot dead a group of armed Palestinians along the Gaza Strip’s security fence late Saturday night, hours after three rockets were fired at … Read more
Three persons were killed and at least 10 injured in riots Saturday night before a football match between rival teams after suspected fans attacked a … Read more
Boris Johnson is expected to make a diplomatic dash to meet Emmanuel Macron in Paris and Angela Merkel in Berlin early next week as he … Read more
US negotiators have made significant advances in recent talks with the Taliban, and the two sides are close to announcing an agreement on an initial … Read more
Russia’s state owned oil company Rosneft becomes largest oil supplier to Venezuela through ship-to-ship transfers near Malta, Gibraltar and Aruba
Russia’s state-owned oil company Rosneft has become the last major supplier of petrol to Venezuela, propping up President Nicolás Maduro’s regime as the US intensifies … Read more
Waste sorting is becoming less of a burden in China, especially with artificial intelligence helping streamline the process.
Shanghai enacted its compulsory waste sorting law … Read more
In the UK, A-level English is in decline, as students opt for subjects which guarantee jobs in the future
In the UK, A-level results day this week confirmed an alarming trend, that the study of English is in serious decline. Entries fell by 22%, … Read more