In the House of Commons MPs voted in favour of re-instating three clauses to the bill in a move which is set to send shockwaves across Europe. The legalisation aims to protect trade between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK in
A sheriff’s department in Alabama removed a Facebook post showing a Christmas tree adorned with “thugshots” after reportedly receiving death threats, as well as criticism from local civil rights activists. The Mobile County Sheriff’s Office deleted the photo from its “Team Sheriff”
Political allies of former Congolese leader Joseph Kabila have trashed the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s (DRC) Parliament in the capital, Kinshasa, after President Felix Tshisekedi moved to end the country’s fragile governing coalition. Tshisekedi’s government has been at odds with members
Valdosta, Georgia, United States — Randy Sell drove nearly 25 hours from his home in Buffalo, New York to see President Donald Trump speak in Georgia over the weekend, a nearly 2,000km (1,242-mile) journey made on behalf of a US president who
Monrovia, Liberia – Liberians will vote in key midterm elections on Tuesday, in which half of the Senate’s 30 seats will be contested, as well as a divisive constitutional referendum. The senatorial elections will serve as an important gauge of the current
The statement added: “Moving forward, the club and its Community Trust have started the first-ever audit of Board members, staff, volunteers and participants as part of an ongoing commitment towards equality, diversity and inclusion in all areas of operations. “An internal survey
A small Oregon town was in shock after a long-serving member of the city council was killed over the weekend trying to stop a burglary. The death of Mark Campbell, 66, occured around 3:30 a.m. Sunday in Waldport, a small coastal town
Brazil’s most populous and affluent state will start vaccinating its 46 million residents against COVID-19 on January 25, in the first concrete announcement of its kind in Latin America. Brazil’s most populous and affluent state will start vaccinating its 46 million residents
Liberal prime minister resigns after disappointing showing for his party, which is however poised to lead the next governing coalition. Romania’s centre-right prime minister has resigned after a general election in which voters delivered nominal victory to the left-leaning opposition party. With
According to Ireland’s Foreign Minister, the EU has now stepped up no deal preparations in fear an agreement will not be reached before the end of this month. Although talks will continue this week, he claimed the “mood” in Brussels had now
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