Afghan Taliban delegation meets with Western officials in Norway

Qatar representative also attends meeting in Oslo. A 15-member delegation of the Taliban met Monday in the Norwegian capital Oslo with special representatives from Western countries amid the deteriorating...

COVID travel tests to be scrapped for double jabbed arrivals in time for half...

COVID testing for fully vaccinated travellers arriving in England will be scrapped, Boris Johnson has announced. Confirming the move, the transport secretary told the House of Commons that post-arrival...

Russian military forces exercises off coast of Ireland ‘not welcome’

Ireland’s foreign affairs minister has said that plans by Russia to hold navy military exercises off the coast of Ireland are “not welcome”. The artillery drills...

French parliament ratifies Macron’s new COVID-19 measures

The French parliament ratified the government's latest COVID-19 measures, including a vaccine pass strongly opposed by anti-vaccine protestors. Lawmakers in the lower house of parliament voted...

Millions of Britons causing ‘silent harm’ through hazardous drinking

Millions of Britons are causing themselves “silent harm” through hazardous drinking, while the nation’s alcohol habits will not go back to pre-pandemic levels, according to an expert from the...

Activists rally against police bill across UK

Activists are taking to the streets across the country in “Kill the Bill“ protests, calling on the House of Lords to reject the police, crime, sentencing and courts bill.

UN sounds alarm over hate crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia

Glorification of war crimes, convicted war criminals triggering anxiety, tensions in communities, says UN rights office. The UN on Friday said it is "deeply concerned" by...

Hospitals told to consider legal action against patients refusing to leave beds

NHS England has called on healthcare officials to consider taking legal action against patients who refuse to give up their hospital beds if further care options are available.

Saudi Arabia to build 8,000 km railways network

Saudi Arabia will build 8,000 kilometers of railway across country, Investment Minister Khalid al-Falih said Wednesday. "New rail that will crisscross the kingdom and add to...

Afghans in US demand Biden administration lift restrictions on assets

Afghans in the United States have demanded that the Biden administration lift the restrictions on Afghanistan's banking sector and release its citizens' financial assets. The humanitarian...
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Britain sees highest COVID-19 deaths since March 2021

Rising deaths attributed to lifting of restrictions, spread of Delta variant. The UK on Tuesday reported its highest total...

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