Thursday, October 28, 2021

Swedish support for migrants falls: poll

STOCKHOLM: A growing number of Swedes want their country to take in fewer migrants, a poll showed yesterday, as Sweden struggles to manage an...

Cameron to give strongest warning over likely EU exit – British PM warns European...

LONDON: British Prime Minister David Cameron will this week give his strongest warning yet that he might back Britain leaving the EU unless other...

Germany to speed up procedure as migrants near million mark – ‘We took a...

ATHENS: Germany said Thursday it would speed up the repatriation of rejected asylum-seekers as new figures showed the country inching closer to the million-migrant...

Cameron: Bomb ‘more likely than not’ caused plane crash – Egypt denies security lapses...

LONDON: British Prime Minister David Cameron declared yesterday it was "more likely than not" that a bomb brought down a Metrojet flight packed with...

France to deploy aircraft carrier in Gulf – Syrian rebels seize town in west...

PARIS: The French presidency yesterday said it would deploy its Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier to boost its operations against the Islamic State group...

Romanian PM quits amid sleaze scandal, nightclub blaze fallout – 20,000 people protest in...

BUCHAREST; Romania's embattled Prime Minister Victor Ponta, mired in a corruption scandal, resigned yesterday following a deadly nightclub blaze, a day after more than...

Afghans swell migrant tide as they flee war, unemployment – ‘Every day there is...

KABUL: As a recent high school graduate from a middle-class Kabul family, Mohammed Fahim Aazar has the means to go to college and pursue...

‘Spying’ on the Pope: Vatican leaks reveal dirty dealings

VATICAN CITY: The pope's private conversations allegedly wiretapped by a racy social climber and a Spanish prelate-the latest scandal to hit the Vatican has...

‘Germany no easy country,’ VC Gabriel tells refugees – Britons do not want to...

BERLIN: Germany is "not an easy country", Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel yesterday warned refugees who have flocked to the EU's top economy, reiterating Berlin's...

Airline blames crash on ‘external’ factors – ‘No technical failures could account for accident’

MOSCOW: The Russian passenger jet that crashed in Egypt killing all 224 people on board came down due to "external" factors, the airline said...

Self-inflicted wounds hamper EU attempts to manage crisis – Ambitions exceed capabilities, promises broken

BRUSSELS: The European Union's struggle to staunch the flow of hundreds of thousands of people across its borders represents the continent's biggest refugee emergency...

Russian plane broke up in the air: Expert – UAE carriers re-route flights to...

WADI AL-ZOLOMAT, Egypt: A Russian airliner that crashed in Egypt broke up "in the air" strewing fragments across a wide area, an expert said...

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