The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has imposed a four-year ban on Russia from all global sport, including the 2020 Olympics and the 2022 World Cup.… Read more
A volcano has erupted in New Zealand with 100 people in the vicinity – leaving some unaccounted for and at least five persons havedied.
Police … Read more
Malta’s Prime Minister Joseph Muscat expected to step down imminently – PM Muscat says he was blackmailed over Presidential Pardon
The Times of Malta is reporting that Prime Minister Joseph Muscat informed associates on Friday that he intends to announce his resignation imminently. Story was … Read more
MEPS in Strasbourg on Wednesday, MEPs voted in favour on the entire College of Commissioners following a debate with von der Leyen.
There was no … Read more
North Korea has fired two unidentified “projectiles” into the sea, the South Korean military says.
If confirmed as a missile test, it would be the … Read more
France has proposed Atos technology group Chief Executive Officer Thierry Breton as its candidate to head industrial policy in the next European Commission, President Emmanuel … Read more
A Brexit deal has been agreed between UK and EU negotiating teams before a meeting of European leaders in Brussels.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson tweeted: … Read more
Counter-terror police are investigating after five people were stabbed at a shopping centre in central Manchester.
A man in his 40s has been arrested on … Read more
Two people have died in a shooting outside a synagogue in Halle in Germany.
Halle police confirmed that “multiple shots were fired” and the suspects … Read more
Drummer Ginger Baker perform during a reunion of Cream, Tuesday 25 October 2005 at Madison Square Garden in New York.
Ginger Baker’s death was announced … Read more
Boris Johnson will seek a Brexit extension from the EU if no withdrawal agreement is reached by 19 October, government documents say.
The revelation in … Read more
At least four people were killed, according to FRANCE 24 correspondent Karim Hakiki. At least five people were wounded in the attack, one of them … Read more
Abortion laws in Northern Ireland are in breach of the UK’s human rights obligations, the High Court in Belfast has ruled.
The judgement made on … Read more
The EU’s top court, the European Court of Justice, ruled that states can order Facebook to remove illegal content online.
“EU law does not preclude … Read more
Jacques Chirac, former French president whose later years were blighted by corruption scandals, has died aged 86.
He served two terms as French president and … Read more
President Trump fired John R. Bolton, his third national security adviser, on Tuesday amid fundamental disagreements over how to handle major foreign policy challenges like … Read more
In an electoral campaign pitch, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promises to “apply Israeli sovereignty” — effectively annexing — to all the Israeli settlements in the … Read more
Israeli forces opened fire on an armed Palestinian man attempting to sneak into Israel from Gaza early Sunday, the Israeli military said, as fresh fighting … Read more