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Britain's Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond says Russian President Vladimir Putin is the only one who can put an end to the years-long bloody conflict in Syria.
Sunday, 14 February 2016 10:36

Germans stage anti-NATO protest in Munich

Hundreds of Germans have held a demonstration to express their outrage at the warmongering policies of NATO and the West in the Middle East, where they have been engaged in …
Sunday, 14 February 2016 08:57

'UK govt., NHS dispute could become war'

A British union warns that the dispute over a new contract between junior doctors and government could become a war.
Sunday, 14 February 2016 08:48

'UK terror laws hampering charities'

Two former British cabinet ministers have urged the Conservative government to set up an inquiry into the way UK counter-terror laws are hampering the humanitarian work of Islamic charities.
The Russian Navy has dispatched a new warship equipped with cruise missiles to the Mediterranean, with reports saying that it is bound for Syria.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has slammed NATO’s “unfriendly” policies on Moscow, saying strained ties between the two sides have deteriorated into a “new Cold War” era.
Thousands of people held a demonstration in Athens, Greece, on Saturday to show solidarity with farmers who have blocked dozens of highways and border crossings in recent weeks to protest …
Russia and France have criticized German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open-door refugee policy, saying the strategy is a “total failure” and not sustainable in the long run.
Saturday, 13 February 2016 09:01

Economists warn about Brexit

An overwhelming majority of economists warn that Britain's economy would be worse off if voters decide the country should leave the European Union.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Friday that the European migrant crisis has escalated due to the devastating conflicts in the Middle East, and in Syria in particular.
The UK has declined an offer by Russia to cooperate in the determination of targets for strikes against ISIL and other terrorist groups in Syria.
Violent clashes have erupted between Greek farmers and riot police during a massive protest gathering in central Athens over the government’s planned pension reforms and new tax hikes.
The Russian prime minister has warned that the involvement of foreign troops in Syria could result in a “new world war" amid plans by Saudi Arabia and its allies to …
The Spanish police have stormed the houses and offices of a former top official and a corporate executive as part of an investigation into high-level corruption.
Russia’s foreign minister says a ceasefire is to take effect in Syria within a week, urging the Saudi-backed opposition to abandon its “unconstructive” stance and return to the negotiating table …
Friday, 12 February 2016 08:50

UK, EU officials discuss reform issues

British and EU negotiators have "largely agreed" on a text of reforms aimed at helping keep Britain in the European Union, diplomats say.
Britain’s Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, says he will impose a controversial new contract on junior doctors in a bid to end a dispute that has resulted in strikes.
The Western military alliance of NATO has approved a plan to strengthen its military presence in Eastern Europe, where its activities have already irritated regional power Russia.
Russia has submitted a revised claim to the United Nations (UN) to extend its share of the Arctic Ocean seabed, more than a decade after the rejection of its first …
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says the Western military alliance’s build-up in eastern Europe is directed at any would-be aggressor.