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Tory leadership race exposes Britainís democratic deficit             Georgia parliament head quits after 240 injured in crackdown             Russia will help Iran with oil, banking if payment channel not launched: Ryabkov             Iran refrained from hitting manned US plane accompanying downed drone, IRGC says             Senior Afghan Politicians In Pakistan For Key Meeting             SCO plays constructive role in promoting regional peace, stability: Statement             1000s of Haitians protest against corruption            Trump announces exit of his spokeswoman Sarah Sanders            Ghani, Modi Discuss Afghan Peace in Bishkek             SCO Summit Begins In Bishkek            Video: Iran saves crewmembers of tanker hit in Sea of Oman             World reacts as two tankers Ďattackedí in Sea of Oman             Police shooting of black man triggers unrest in Memphis, Tennessee            UK government signs order to enable Assange extradition to US            Ex-Football Chief Yet To Be Detained Despite Arrest Warrant            

Tory leadership race exposes Britainís democratic deficit

As the race to select the next leader of the conservative party- and by extension Britainís next Prime Minister - reaches its final stages, it is worthwhile examining the systemís weaknesses if only to underline the superficial...



Tory leadership race exposes Britainís democratic deficit

As the race to select the next leader of the conservative party- and by extension Britainís next Prime Minister - reaches its final stages, it is worthwhile examining the systemís weaknesses if only to underline the superficial nature of British democracy. Britainís electoral system has long been...




Georgia parliament head quits after 240 injured in crackdown

The head of Georgiaís parliament has quit Friday after more than 240 people were injured in a police crackdown on mass protests, which erupted over an address to lawmakers by a Russian MP. Opposition leaders have vowed to hold demonstrations until parliament is dissolved and snap elections are...




Russia will help Iran with oil, banking if payment channel not launched: Ryabkov

Russia has signaled its willingness to secure Iranís interests in the oil and banking sectors if Europeís non-dollar mechanism aimed at facilitating trade with the Islamic Republic is not launched. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said on Friday that Moscow is ready to help Iran...




Iran refrained from hitting manned US plane accompanying downed drone, IRGC says

A senior Iranian military commander says Iran has refrained from shooting down a US plane with 35 people on board that was accompanying an American spy drone which was shot down in the Persian Gulf after intruding into the Iranian airspace. "Along with the US drone, there was also an American...




SCO plays constructive role in promoting regional peace, stability: Statement

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization is an "effective and constructive" mechanism for promoting multilateral cooperation that plays an important role in maintaining regional peace and stability, the SCO member states say. "It was noted that the SCO had asserted itself as a solid platform for strengthening...




1000s of Haitians protest against corruption

Thousands of Haitians protested in the streets of Port-au-Prince Thursday demanding that President Jovenel Moise resign over corruption allegations. A few barricades of burning tyres were placed in the streets and police were seen skirting the perimeters of the march but there were no reports of anyone...




Trump announces exit of his spokeswoman Sarah Sanders

US President Donald Trump has announced the surprise departure of White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders, who has fiercely defended Trump and presided over the end of the daily news briefing for about two years. Sanders has been one of Trumpís closest aides and has been at his side during...




Video: Iran saves crewmembers of tanker hit in Sea of Oman

A new video posted by the website of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) shows crewmembers of a tanker hit earlier on Thursday by a suspicious blast in the Sea of Oman, after they are rescued by Iranian relief teams. The video refutes false reports by some media outlets claiming...




World reacts as two tankers Ďattackedí in Sea of Oman

Hours after two tankers were reportedly attacked in the Sea of Oman, a flurry of international reactions poured in from various countries, companies, and political figures as well as financial markets, the gist of which follows. Russia: Donít use tanker attacks to pressure Iran On Thursday,...




Police shooting of black man triggers unrest in Memphis, Tennessee

At least 24 US police officers have been injured during a large protest in Memphis, Tennessee, following the shooting death of an African American man by law enforcement officers. Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland said the violence erupted on Wednesday night after officers of the US Marshals Service,...




UK government signs order to enable Assange extradition to US

Britain’s interior minister Sajid Javid has signed an order enabling the country’s legal system to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States where he could face decades in prison for exposing confidential documents. Javid told BBC radio on Thursday that...




Leader of Iran to Japan PM: Trump not worthy of exchanging messages with

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei dismisses US President Donald Trump as a person not worthy of a response or a message, stressing that negotiations with Washington cannot help solve any problem. Ayatollah Khamenei made the remarks in a Thursday meeting with Japanese Prime...




Explosions hit two large oil tankers in Sea of Oman: Reports

Media reports say two large oil tankers have been hit by explosions in the Sea of Oman. Iranís Al-Alam television network cited local sources in Oman as saying that two successive explosions were heard in the Sea of Oman - also called the Gulf of Oman - on Thursday morning. The sources said the blasts...




Saudi crown princeís sister to go on trial in France in July

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salmanís sister will be tried at a criminal court in France for ordering her bodyguard to beat up a workman in the capital, Paris, according to a legal source. The source, who was not named, told AFP on Wednesday that Princess Hassa bint Salman was to be put on trial...




Catalan separatistsí rebellion trial closes

The four-month trial of Catalan separatist leaders accused of rebellion or disobedience for trying to make their region independent from Spain ended on Wednesday. The 12 defendants have been in the dock in Madrid every week since February, in a case that rattled the Spanish state and laid bare bitter...




Trump says US sending 1,000 troops to join the 4,000 already in Poland

US President Donald Trump says the country is sending an additional 1,000 American soldiers to Poland to join the 4,000 already there. Speaking at a joint press conference with visiting Polish President Andrzej Duda Wednesday, Trump made the announcement, further hailing the Warsaw government for...




UK parliament rejects move to block no-deal Brexit

Members of the British parliament have rejected a key move by the opposition Labour Party meant to block a potential disorderly withdrawal from the European Union. In a Wednesday session of the House of Commons, lawmakers voted 309 to 298 against Labourís measure which sought to seize control of the...




Explosions hit two large oil tankers in Sea of Oman: Reports

Media reports say two large oil tankers have been hit by explosions in the Sea of Oman. Iranís Al-Alam television network cited local sources in Oman as saying that two successive explosions were heard in the Sea of Oman - also called the Gulf of Oman - on Thursday morning. The sources said the blasts...




PM Abe calls Iran significant country, voices Japanís readiness to help ease tensions

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says his country aims to play a role in easing tensions surrounding Iran, as he highlights peace and tranquility in the Middle East are very important for the entire world. Abe said that stability and peace in the Middle East region would benefit not only the regional...




Japanís Prime Minister Abe in Tehran on historic visit

Japanís Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has arrived in Iran on a first visit by a Japanese premier to Tehran in more than 40 years, with a plan to help ease tensions between the Islamic Republic and the United States. Prime Minister Abe arrived in Tehran on Wednesday morning. During his two-day visit to...




China lashes out at US for Ďirresponsibleí comments on Hong Kong

China has denounced as "irresponsible and erroneous" the US comments about a proposed amendment to a Hong Kong law that would allow suspects to be sent to mainland China to face trial. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang made the remarks during a press briefing in Beijing on Tuesday and...




EU moves closer to disciplinary action over Italyís rising debt

The European Union has moved closer to the formal opening of disciplinary proceedings against Italy for consistently breaching the 28-member blocís political and economic debt rules, and failure to meet its debt reduction targets. On Tuesday, representatives of EU governments agreed in the Belgian...




Italy Ďdeterminedí to avoid EU debt procedure

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said Tuesday his government is determined to avoid triggering an EU procedure for excessive debt levels. The European Commission last week put Italy on notice about its snowballing debt, as well as its deteriorating deficit position, reopening a political battle...




US companies sued over Londonís deadly Grenfell Tower fire

American companies have been sued over the catastrophic Grenfell Tower fire in London in 2017 that left 72 people dead. A lawsuit, which was lodged in Philadelphia on Tuesday on behalf of injured victims and families of those killed, alleges that defects in products made by some US companies ignited...




Turkey condemns US Congress resolution on purchase of Russian S-400 systems

Turkey has condemned as “unacceptably threatening” a US House of Representatives resolution that slammed Ankara’s purchase of advanced Russian-built S-400 air defense missile systems and urged sanctions on Washington’s NATO ally over the acquisition of...




Why is he so low-key? UK PM candidate Johnson bashed for avoiding scrutiny

A contest to succeed British Prime Minister Theresa May is heating up as the frontrunner for the post is criticized by rivals for escaping public scrutiny. Boris Johnson, a former foreign minister under May who resigned last summer, was target of growing criticism on Tuesday when rivals said...




EU cannot be blackmailed on Brexit: Germany

Germany’s Europe Minister Michael Roth has warned Britain that a new prime minister in the country will not be allowed to pressure the European Union to change the terms of an existing withdrawal deal for the UK. “The EU and its member states cannot be blackmailed,” Roth said...




US pressuring world into ignoring Security Council resolution on Iran: Russia FM

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says the United States’ actions against Iran constitute a blatant attempt to pressure the international community into overlooking a United Nations Security Council resolution in line with Washington’s agenda of “strangling” the Islamic...




UKís intelligence service broke laws on data storage, use: Watchdog

Britain’s internal secret service MI5 has been criticized for breaching laws on a serious level when it comes to storage and handling of the data gathered from citizens with the purpose of fighting terrorism. The Investigatory Powers Commissioner said during a hearing in UK’s High...




Unknown militants raid Burkina Faso town, kill 19

Unidentified assailants have killed at least 19 people and wounded 13 others in an attack on a town in Burkina Fasoís troubled north. The government said in a statement late on Monday that the attack had taken place around the town of Arbinda on Sunday evening. Burkinabe armed forces launched a search...




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