The author, a Bar Course student from City University London (GB), explores why this election could redefine Britain's future ...
Feminists protested nationwide against the Rassemblement National (RN), a far-right political party in France, on Sunday, ahead of the legislative elections. Wearing purple, the official color of the ...
Canada’s Ambassador to China, Jennifer May, visited the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region from June 19 to 22, where she expressed concerns over well-documented human rights violations, according to a ...
Togo’s High Authority for Audiovisual and Communication (HAAC) announced the end of its suspension of accreditation for ...
On June 24, 1948, President Truman signed the Military Selective Service Act, creating a draft register for all US citizens ...
Prosecutors in France have charged a 19-year-old man and another, minor, youth in the vicinity of Paris with ‘terrorist conspiracy’ after they were found to be planning a militant terrorist attack ...
The Sri Lanka Navy arrested 22 Indian fishermen on Satursay for alleged illegal fishing in the island nation's waters, and seized three fishing vessels. The fishermen were arrested from the North ...
Authorities in Kyoto are investigating an incident where a hotel allegedly denied accommodation to an Israeli man, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan, Yoko Kamikawa, stated on Friday. An Israeli ...
UK political party Reform UK leader, Nigel Farage, claimed Saturday that Google blocked the party's Ad Accounts. Farage called this 'election interference.' The account has since been reinstated.
Thousands of people demonstrated Saturday around Ireland in support of the victim of an attack by an Irish soldier who was given a suspended sentence last week. In response to the support of people ...
The Indian government removed on Saturday the director general of the National Testing Agency (NTA), Subodh Kumar Singh, amid ...
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) condemned on Friday the shelling attack that took place near its Gaza office, killing 22 people and injuring 45 who had taken shelter near the ...