LONDON — Election fraud in the UK is overlooked by “oversensitivity about ethnicity and religion,” says a report that was published today, August 12, by former Communities Secretary, Sir Eric Pickles. The report was commissioned in 2015 by former Prime Minister, David Cameron, following the Tower Hamlets election fraud scandal of the same year.
The recently nationalized, and now worker-occupied Kimberly-Clark factory in Venezuela has managed to produce more than 2 million sanitary pads, Venezuela Analysis reported, citing the government sources.
Yesterday, August 10th, during an interview on a Turkish TV station, Turkish Interior Minister Efkan Ala talked about the coup aftermath, and made the details of post-coup measures by the government public. He had said that over 76,000 civil servants have been suspended since the July 15th coup attempt.
The foreign ministers of both countries have discussed the possibility of issuing special IDs for Venezuelan and Colombian border citizens; this is just the first step in the plan of reopening the border completely, after almost a year being closed.
Yesterday, August 9th, after the political crisis over a border deal with Montenegro resulted in another tear-gas incident in the Parliament of Kosovo, police got an anonymous tip about a bomb planted in the house of MP and President of the Parliamentary Commission for Foreign Affairs, Murat Meha.
LONDON — Theresa May and Vladamir Putin have expressed a need to improve UK-Russian relations, Kremlin officials have said. The discussion, which was instigated by the British via a phone call, is the first between the United Kingdom and Russia since Theresa May became Prime Minister.
On July 21st of this year, the Egyptian Foreign Miniser, Sameh Shoukry, visited Israel for peace talks about Palestine; it was the first time that the Foreign Minister had visited for this purpose since 2007.
The President of Turkey, Recep Tayip Erdogan, and his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, met in St. Petersburg on Tuesday, August 9, 2016.
Today, August 9, during a meeting of the Parliamentary Commission for foreign affairs in a Kosovo parliament building, opposition MPs released tear gas in protest of border deal with Montenegro.
QUETTA, Pakistan — 70 people were killed and 53 others were wounded in an attack against mostly lawyers. The attack has been claimed both by Islamic State and a local group, Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan Jamat ul Ahrar.
While talking to a local TV outlet Geo News, the Chief Minister of Balochistan, Sardar Sanaullah Zehri, said …