Pay rise offer a ‘big kick in the teeth’, protesting nurses...

Nurses have expressed their “utter dismay” at the Government’s proposed 3% pay increase and described the offer as “a big kick in the teeth”. NHS...

Britain ‘closing in’ on free trade agreement with New Zealand

(Reuters) -Britain is nearing an agreement in principle on a free trade deal with New Zealand, its trade ministry said on Saturday, as London...

4 injured after shots fired in Berlin

BERLIN, July 30 (Xinhua) -- Four people were injured on Friday after a gunman fired several shots in Berlin, according to local media FOCUS...

UK Weather warning issued as Storm Evert gathers pace

The UK is facing high winds and storms, with the Met Office warning it “will get worse before it gets better”. As newly named Storm...

France denounces British quarantine rules as ‘discriminatory’

UK’s decision to keep quarantine measures for travelers from France is ‘incomprehensible’, says French official. The UK’s decision to keep quarantine measures for travelers from...

1,800 healthcare staff off work in Northern Ireland due to Covid...

Around 1,800 healthcare staff in Northern Ireland are currently off work due to Covid 19, MLAs have been told. Paul Cavanagh, the interim director of...

South Africa ‘appalled’ by Israel’s African Union observer status – Shocking

South Africa on Wednesday vehemently objected to last week's "unilateral" decision by the African Union Commission to grant Israel an official observer status at...

‘There was no “military solution” to the conflict in Afghanistan’ –...

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has said that there was no “military solution” to the conflict in Afghanistan and that the country would...

China’s Shi Zhiyong breaks 3 weightlifting record, wins Olympic gold

Chinese weightlifter breaks 3 Olympic records. By Selcuk Bugra Gokalp ANKARA (AA) - Chinese athlete Shi Zhiyong on Wednesday won the Olympic gold medal in the...

Macron says France owes ‘debt’ to French Polynesia colonies over nuclear...

Falling short of apologizing, French president says they would not have done same tests in French territories. Falling short of apologizing, the French president said...

England to scrap quarantine for fully jabbed EU and US visitors...

England is to allow US and EU travellers who are fully vaccinated against coronavirus to enter without the need to quarantine. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps...

Northern Ireland could become ‘permanent casualty’ of Brexit if protocol dispute...

The Northern Ireland Protocol risks becoming a constant irritant in future EU/UK relations unless both sides change their “fundamentally flawed” approaches to resolving the...

Printing US dollar affects global economy: Russian President Putin

Russian president says printing US dollar to cover country's budget deficit affects entire global economy. Printing the US dollar to cover the country's budget deficit...

British PM Johnson keen for U.S. travellers as hopes rise for...

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he wants U.S. citizens to come to England "freely" and he was talking to the United...

Prince Charles and PM to attend dedication ceremony for new UK...

The Prince of Wales will lead the nation during a dedication ceremony for the new UK Police Memorial honouring all fallen officers and staff. Charles...

UK bag Olympic gold in men’s synchronized diving

China, Russia team members bag silver, bronze respectively. Great Britain's diving team in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games earned a gold medal on Monday. Team...

Russian military drills planned in Central Asia amid escalation in Afghanistan

Russia to hold bilateral drill with Uzbekistan and trilateral drill with Tajikistan, Uzbekistan on Afghan borders in August. Russia and the Central Asian nations of...

Britain warned to cool links with China over ‘new cold war’...

The UK needs to be wary about its relations with China as Beijing embarks on a new cold war, a former Australian prime minister...

British MPs to probe Government approach to tackling online harms

MPs are to examine the Government’s approach to tackling harmful online content and its draft Online Safety Bill in a new inquiry. The Digital, Culture,...

Tunisia’s Presidential ‘Coup’, parliament suspended, speaker stopped from entering office

President Kais Saied says he took decisions in consultation with heads of government and parliament. Tunisian President Kais Saied announced late Sunday that he has...