High alert regime is hold in the UK ahead of upcoming early parliamentary election, The Sunday Times newspaper reported.
The London police are currently tracking two incidents of alleged terror plots, The Sunday Times reported Sunday, citing a senior official from the UK counterterrorism forces.
Over 4,000 public officials, including justice ministry workers and military servicemen, were sacked in a follow up to a series of dismissals related to the failed July 2016 coup attempt, media reported, citing officials.
One hundred days after he was brought to power by the will of millions of ordinary Americans, who believed his promise of a new course for America, Donald Trump has given up on many of the pledges he gave while on the campaign trail.
French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen shares the political vision of France’s future with the head of the right-wing Debout la France Nicolas Dupont-Aignan.
At least 43 militants were killed during a counter-terrorism operation in Afghanistan over the last 24 hours, the country’s interior ministry said in a statement on Sunday.
A total of three tornadoes have hit the east part of the US state of Texas, claiming lives of five people, while over 50 were injured, media reported, citing local authorities.
Over 40 percent of French voters do not consider either independent presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron or right-wing hopeful Marine Le Pen able to unite the country, a fresh Ifop poll revealed on Sunday.
President Donald Trump discussed with his Philippine counterpart Rodrigo Duterte a wide range of issues on Sunday, including the United States-Philippines alliance and the North Korean "threat."
A strong earthquake occurred off the Taiwanese coast on Sunday morning, the country’s Central Weather Bureau reported.
US Vice President Michael Pence said Saturday that the attacks against Syria and Afghanistan, which US President Trump authorized, mark the restoration of American power.
Speaking at a public event in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, US President Donald Trump lashed out at "one-sided" Paris climate deal, saying it doesn't benefit America, and promised to make a "big decision" regarding the agreement in the upcoming weeks.
Valuable data relating to climate change, global warming and ecological husbandry on the website of the US Environmental Protection Agency has been changed to favor non-sustainable fossil-fuel industries, in a move that has environmentalists and voters climbing the walls.
French right-wing presidential candidate Marine Le Pen said Sunday that "euro is dead," adding that France should return to the national currency.
US President Donald Trump asserted on Friday that his frequent visits to properties he owns are an indication of how hard he is working. The comments follow repeated calls from across the political spectrum for him to limit his expensive travel and continuous golf outings: an unprecedented 19 trips in the first 100 days of his presidency.
New emergency decrees in Turkey have resulted in the firing of an estimated additional 4,000 people, as well as the banning of several popular TV shows and the widespread withdrawal of funding for students and health services in the country.
France’s Mistral amphibious carrier has arrived in Japan to take part in Pacific drills, as tensions in the region relating to North Korea’s nuclear tests, American responses and Chinese maritime aspirations grow.
The Iranian petroleum minister said Saturday Tehran will agree on prolongation of the agreement on reduction of oil output reached by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and non-cartel member states, if other parties to the deal agree to do so.
Following remarks by Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman last week that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is “insane and radical,” Pyongyang responded on Saturday with strident rhetoric, calling Israel a threat to world peace, as it possesses nuclear weapons but refuses to acknowledge the fact.
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