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|Cyprus to welcome vaccinated Brits from May|
Added: 05.03.2021 9:14 | 20 views | 0 comments
UK government travel restrictions will still be in force, with prime minister Boris Johnson saying travel will not be permitted until May 17th at the earliest.
|Netanyahu Asks Biden to Keep US Sanctions on Int'l Criminal Court Officials, Reports Say|
Added: 04.03.2021 17:22 | 20 views | 0 comments
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Israeli Prime Minister...
|Netanyahu slams 'outrageous' anti-Semitic joke by 'SNL' star Michael Che on Israel's vaccine rollout|
Added: 04.03.2021 15:24 | 13 views | 0 comments
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed what he called an "outrageous" joke made recently by "Saturday Night Live" star Michael Che that many deemed "anti-Semitic."
|At least 8 injured in 'suspected terrorist crime,' Swedish police say|
Added: 03.03.2021 21:18 | 23 views | 0 comments
Sweden's Prime Minister Stefan Lofven condemned the "terrible act."
|[Ticker] Hungary's Fidesz leaves EPP group after new rules vote|
Added: 03.03.2021 10:25 | 12 views | 0 comments
Hungary's ruling Fidesz party will leave the largest group in European Parliament, the European People's Party (EPP), after an overwhelming majority of the groups' MEPs adopted new rules paving the way for the suspension of prime minister Viktor Orbán's party. 148 MEPs voted in favour of changes in rules of procedure, 28 against, with four abstentions. The move marks another episode in the long divorce between Fidesz and EPP.
|Dutch election: Geert Wilders returns as Mark Rutte faces election of his life in Holland|
Added: 03.03.2021 9:16 | 31 views | 0 comments
THE LATEST stage of the Dutch election campaign saw Prime Minister Mark Rutte grilled by a member of the public over his conduct during the child benefit scandal that rocked Dutch politics.
|Thai marchers link their democracy cause to Myanmar protests|
Added: 03.03.2021 7:16 | 9 views | 0 comments
A new faction of Thailand’s pro-democracy movement has staged a protest march and linked their cause with that of demonstrators in neighbouring Myanmar battling that country’s coup-installed military government. Marchers sought but failed to go to Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha’s house, which is on an army base in Bangkok. Shipping containers were situated to block them, and police using water cannons, rubber bullets and tear gas barred the way. The demonstrators abandoned their plan several hours later after taking...
|Trudeau slammed for abstaining from Parliament’s meeting on Uyghur rights|
Added: 03.03.2021 7:16 | 22 views | 0 comments
Washington: While lauding the Canadian Parliament's recognition of the Uyghur genocide, the US-based Campaign For Uyghurs (CFU) has slammed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Cabinet for abstaining during the meeting of House of Commons on the matter. In a statement, the CFU expressed disappointment over Trudeau and his Cabinet's abstention from the meeting in the House of Commons. "It is a complete disappointment,...
|High-profile UN meet declares climate change a threat to world peace|
Added: 02.03.2021 17:25 | 9 views | 0 comments
America’s new climate czar John Kerry, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the naturalist Sir David Attenborough have appeared at UN talks designed to push climate change up the international agenda as a threat to world peace and security. The three men were joined by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres and other world leaders in high-profile UN Security Council talks on Tuesday to warn that man-made climate change was triggering conflicts in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and beyond. The virtual summit came amid hopes that America’s re-entry into the Paris climate change agreement last week would revive global efforts to cut carbon dioxide emissions by switching out coal, oil and gas for...
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