Sunday, March 24, 2019

Anti-EU champion Farage steps down after Brexit – Tumultuous times ahead as UK navigates...

LONDON: The leader of the insurgent rightwing UK Independence Party said yesterday he was stepping down after realizing his ambition to win a vote...

How Ireland beat Britain in Brexit divorce battle

DUBLIN: The Brexit deal marks a clear victory for Ireland-one no-one in Britain saw coming and one which has raised the Irish government's standing...

Third London attacker named as anger grows over security flaws

LONDON: Police yesterday identified the third attacker in the weekend terror assault in London amid mounting anger, two days before an election, over how...

Greece to send around 750 migrants to Turkey in the EU deal launch

ATHENS: Yesterday Greek officials declined to comment on a report it will send some 750 migrants back to Turkey from Monday to kick off...

Quebec mosque shooter gets life, no parole for 40 yrs

Alexandre Bissonnette QUEBEC CITY: A 29-year-old who shot dead six worshipers at a Quebec City mosque in...

Merkel to press Saudi on refugees and rights

German Chancellor to visit UAE today RIYADH:  German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived yesterday in Saudi Arabia where she is expected to press royals on a...

Queen Elizabeth opens Commonwealth summit – Focus on climate at meeting

VALLETTA: Queen Elizabeth II opened the 2015 Commonwealth summit on Friday with a colourful ceremony attended by world leaders gathered for pressing talks on...

Revolution sweeps Armenian opposition leader into power

Parliament elects Pashinyan as new prime minister   YEREVAN: Opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan was elected Armenia's prime minister yesterday, capping a peaceful revolution driven by weeks...

Naan starter: Restaurants feel betrayed by Brexit

Indian eateries in UK rapidly losing staff, closing down LONDON: Mohammed-Faizul Haque makes it all look so easy. To a pan full of sizzling chicken...

Tehran upbeat on nuclear deal hopes after EU talks

With few options, Iran, Europe try to save JCPOA BRUSSELS: Iran's foreign minister said yesterday that efforts to save the nuclear deal after the abrupt...

Britain opens separate ‘jihadi jails’

LONDON: Britain said yesterday it had begun housing Islamist extremists in separate prison units to prevent them radicalizing other inmates, as it grapples with...

Germany reels; far-right ‘mobs’ go on rampage

BERLIN: Germany was reeling yesterday as xenophobia reared its head with far-right protests degenerating into attacks against foreign-looking people, adding fuel to an already...

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