Monday, 6 December 2021

RT

UK police arrest 3 right-wing extremists

EPA LONDON – Two men and a woman have appeared in Westminster Magistrates Court charged with possessing articles connected with an act of terrorism in relation to a 3D-printed firearm. The trio were detained in UK counter-terrorism raids. Liam Hall, Daniel Wright and Stacey Salmon, who appeared in court via ...

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Netanyahu to form new government despite corruption charges

REUTERS / Ronen Zvulun HAIFA: Israel’s highest court gave Benjamin Netanyahu the green light to form a new government under a power-sharing deal struck with the Blue and White party, even as he faces trial for a number of serious corruption charges. The court’s unanimous decision, handed down by 11 ...

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MP Keith Vaz faces Suspension over Drugs and Sex scandal

  Leicester East MP Keith Vaz is set to receive a six-month suspension after a lengthy parliamentary standards investigation. The suspension could be the longest of any MP in history. It comes after Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen made a complaint against Mr Vaz in 2016 following a newspaper “sting“. He ...

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Pakistan offers to be mediator between US and Iran

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has said it is ready to mediate between Washington and Tehran as Iran’s foreign minister arrived for talks in Islamabad amid growing tensions in the Middle East. Islamabad is worried about the situation in the region as the US builds up its military presence in the Persian Gulf, ...

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China denies banning Australian coal

BEIJING: The Chinese Foreign Ministry has denied reports of putting restrictions on coal shipments from Australia. Delays in handling coal imports were due to stepped up inspections to protect the environment, it said. “In recent years, China Customs has found that some of the imported coal didn’t meet our environmental ...

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