The UK government is planning to launch a police 'super database' before 2018's end, with significantly advanced capabilities for surveilling, monitoring, and collecting information on citizens. Concerns about the grave risk it poses to individual privacy has caused a leading human rights group to abandon the official consultation.
The appointment of Macron's party chief and close ally is widely expected to strengthen his presidency in the wake of difficulties caused by the departure of former interior minister Gerard Collomb, who left the position to run for his old job as Mayor of Lyon.
While Angela Merkel's party opted for a grand coalition with the Social Democrats, losing support for both sides, Austria's conservative chancellor’s decision to partner with the right-wing Freedom Party has paid off, a recent survey suggests.
In May, the US moved its embassy from Tel Aviv to the holy city despite indignation throughout the Arab world and protests within the Palestinian territories, which left 60 demonstrators dead. Following Donald Trump’s move, Guatemala and Paraguay also moved their embassies, but the latter reversed the relocation three months later.
Hendrik Weber, the owner of the newly-founded company, considers the sanctions against Russia a "violation of human rights" and doesn't think it's unethical to go against them.
On Sunday night, CBS aired Donald Trump's far-ranging interview with Lesley Stahl. It was not only his take on foreign relations and internal affairs that garnered viewers' attention, however: at some point during the interview, CBS's cameras captured a gaudy painting hanging in a room in the White House that is now doing the rounds online.
An Iranian official said the servicemen had been captured by terrorists from the Lulakdan border area in the country's southeast.
A Saudi Royal Air Force military plane crashed in the northwest of the kingdom, resulting the death of its crew, the Saudi news agency SPA reported on Tuesday, citing a source in the Ministry of Defense.
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