• World mum on Saudi-UAE war crimes in Yemen

    World mum on Saudi-UAE war crimes in Yemen

    Jan 21, 2022 15:18

    Perhaps, peace in the UN jargon means the conquest of Yemen by Saudi Arabia and the UAE with their unending supply of state-of-the-art weapons from the US, Britain, and France; coupled with the total subjugation of the poor people of Yemen as the slaves of the West and even of the illegal Zionist entity.

  • UK inflation soars to highest level in almost 30 years

    UK inflation soars to highest level in almost 30 years

    Jan 19, 2022 08:59

    The UK’s annual inflation accelerated in December to its highest level for nearly three decades, official data showed on Wednesday.

  • UK's PM faces major leadership threat with no-confidence vote

    UK's PM faces major leadership threat with no-confidence vote

    Jan 19, 2022 08:53

    The British prime minister is reportedly set to face a major leadership challenge in his own party following a furious backlash over holding parties at his official residence during COVID-19 lockdowns.

  • UK opposition leader on partygate: Prime minister broke law and lied about it

    UK opposition leader on partygate: Prime minister broke law and lied about it

    Jan 17, 2022 07:32

    Leader of Britain's opposition Labour party has kept up his attacks on Prime Minister Boris Johnson over the latter's reported participation in several parties at Downing Street during the coronavirus' pandemic lockdown, when Britons had been ordered to observe social distancing.

  • Report: Tory MPs to oust Johnson ‘within weeks’ if he tries to dodge partygate blame

    Report: Tory MPs to oust Johnson ‘within weeks’ if he tries to dodge partygate blame

    Jan 17, 2022 07:28

    British lawmakers of the ruling Conservative Party are reportedly prepared to oust Boris Johnson if the prime minister tries to dodge responsibility for the widely-criticized social gatherings at Downing Street during COVID-19 lockdowns.

  • Russia says cautiously optimistic over ‘real progress’ in Vienna talks

    Russia says cautiously optimistic over ‘real progress’ in Vienna talks

    Jan 14, 2022 17:03

    Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says he is cautiously optimistic about “progress” made in ongoing negotiations in the Austrian capital of Vienna between Iran and the five remaining parties to the 2015 nuclear agreement aimed at securing the removal of all US sanctions against the Islamic Republic.

  • Iraq’s Hezbollah blames UK-, UAE-backed gangs for Baghdad attacks

    Iraq’s Hezbollah blames UK-, UAE-backed gangs for Baghdad attacks

    Jan 14, 2022 16:56

    A senior security official with Iraq’s anti-terror Kata’ib Hezbollah (Hezbollah Brigades) has blamed gangs backed by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the United Kingdom for the recent rocket attacks that targeted the fortified Green Zone in the capital, Baghdad.

  • Study says COVID loses 90% of ability to infect within minutes in air

    Study says COVID loses 90% of ability to infect within minutes in air

    Jan 13, 2022 15:29

    The new findings by researchers re-emphasize the importance of short-range COVID transmission, with physical distancing and mask-wearing likely to be the most effective means of preventing infection. Ventilation, though still worthwhile, is likely to have a lesser impact.

  •  UK's PM Johnson faces fresh pressure over lockdown breach

    UK's PM Johnson faces fresh pressure over lockdown breach

    Jan 11, 2022 16:50

    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been embroiled in another scandal over his administration’s breaches of health protocols at the height of the first coronavirus lockdown when all in-person socializing was outlawed.

  • Brexit decision left UK firms paying 10% more than EU rivals for emissions

    Brexit decision left UK firms paying 10% more than EU rivals for emissions

    Jan 11, 2022 08:54

    The Liberal Democrat Leader, Ed Davey, said: “The UK needs ambitious climate policies, but they will always be better if we work together with international partners. The Conservatives’ failure to do this is now hitting British business at the worst possible time, as energy-intensive firms are struggling with sky-high gas prices.”