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Members confess FETÖ fraud in Turkish military school exams

Three suspects arrested in an operation against the Gülenist Terror Group (FETÖ) last week admitted that they made it into military schools thanks to the group’s other members supplying them with the questions and...

Following hospital visit Queen Elizabeth II back to public duties

After spending a night in the hospital last week Queen Elizabeth II is back to public duties on Tuesday for the first time, holding video calls with incoming ambassadors. The 95-year-old monarch's overnight hospital stay,...

Don’t ‘bash’ UK over high number of Covid cases, Oxford vaccine creator says

It is unfair to “bash the UK” over high numbers of Covid cases and compare it with the rest of Europe when the UK has such high levels of testing, the director of the...

Millions of workers set for Budget pay rise as public sector freeze ends

Millions of workers are in line for a Budget pay rise as the Chancellor announced the UK’s economy is “firmly back on track” after the coronavirus pandemic. Rishi Sunak has confirmed he will scrap the...

UN chief Guterres galvanizes action on new Our Common Agenda

UNITED NATIONS, Oct. 25 (Xinhua) -- UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday galvanized action among member states to implement his new Our Common Agenda, which, he said, aims to turbo-charge work on the Sustainable...

US cooperates with India to sabotage China-Pakistan CPEC project, says Pakistan

The United States and India are cooperating to sabotage the multibillion-dollar China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project, a Pakistani official said. The rare direct charge came from the head of the local CPEC authority, Khalid Mansoor, who...

Sudan’s military arrests PM Hamdok, ministers amid reports of coup

Military forces detained at least five senior Sudanese government figures and put the country's Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok under house arrest on Monday, officials said, as the country's main pro-democracy group called on people...

Democrats close to reach deal on Biden’s social spending plan

WASHINGTON, Oct. 24 (Xinhua) -- U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Sunday that Democrats are close to reach a deal on President Joe Biden's social spending plan. "In terms of where we are, I...

Policing bill could undermine trust and ‘exacerbate violence’, ex-chiefs warn

Former police chiefs have warned parts of a controversial Bill could further undermine trust in forces and “exacerbate” serious violence. The group of ex-police leaders, senior officers and advisers has written to Home Secretary Priti...

London Stock Exchange Group backs CEO’s 25% pay hike

LONDON (Reuters) - The London Stock Exchange Group confirmed a 25% pay increase for its CEO David Schwimmer on Monday, saying most shareholders backed the package to reflect the exchange's $27 billion takeover of...