President Joe Biden launched initiatives on Thursday to rein in the raging COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, tackling his top priority on his first full day in the White House as he seeks to change course from former President Donald Trump’s
The project is a part of the settlement of a case surrounding the demolition of the Babri Mosque by a Hindu mob in 1992. A Muslim group in India says it will start the construction of a mosque in the northern Indian
Brexit: Von der Leyen says EU has ‘predictability’ over fishing Patrick Murphy, CEO of the Cork-based Irish South & West Fish Producers Organization (IS&WFPO), accused the bloc of “betraying” his country in a scorching takedown of the agreement. He said the deal
So-called child advisory boards were brought in to deliver “reverse-mentoring” sessions at a number of historic properties as part of a scheme to ensure the impact of their background could be fully explained to visitors. Staff were lectured on imperial history by
The Labour Party has been heavily split over its EU stance since the historic 2016 referendum and several of its MPs continue to promote rejoining the bloc, despite Brexit having officially taken place. In response, Express.co.uk asked its readers if it feared
Cartel thriller Queen of the South is set to make its exciting return for season five in 2021. Available on Netflix and USA Network, drug queenpin Teresa Mendoza already faced some tough challenges in season four, including ruthless right-hand man Randall Green.
An agreement signed by Gulf Arab leaders aimed at resolving the Gulf crisis has been cautiously welcomed by Qatari nationals on Tuesday. Gulf leaders signed a “solidarity and stability” agreement towards ending the diplomatic rift with Qatar at a summit in Saudi
On 15-16 June 20 Indian soldiers were killed in hand-to-hand fighting with their Chinese counterparts along the contested Galwan River valley. This was the deadliest fighting between the two countries since they fought a brief war in 1962. Speaking at an event held