Monday, November 18, 2019
The Ukraine impeachment inquiry  has created the first rift between President Donald Trump and the Cabinet member who has been his closest ally, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, according to four current and former senior administration officials. Trump has fumed for...
On a chilly Saturday morning in the financial district, the Bank of England and Royal Air Force joined a parade  of floats and carriages from such time-honored institutions as the Worshipful Company of Feltmakers. The event showcases the City’s history...
Britain will lose influence in international affairs and become a "second-rate player" after it leaves the bloc, EU Council President Donald Tusk said on Wednesday. Tusk was giving a keynote speech at the College of Europe in the Belgian city...
There’s no question Disney produces incredible entertainment. The firm has had us laughing, crying and falling in love with its characters for almost 100 years. But the launch of its eagerly-anticipated streaming service Disney+ - which goes live in the...
Britain's Labour Party said on Tuesday it was subject to a cyberattack on its platforms but that the data breach attempt failed. “We have experienced a sophisticated and large scale cyber attack on Labour digital platforms," a Labour party spokesperson...
It has been described as the "Hollywood" of horses, and it's certainly a winner in the glamor stakes. But Qatar's Al Shagab  is more of a seven-star equine resort than a make-believe movie set. The multi-million-dollar center on the outskirts of...
Incumbent President Klaus Iohannis won the first round of the Romanian presidential elections held on Sunday. Exit polls showed him as a clear winner, with Social Democrat leader Viorica Dancila in second place. An exit poll conducted by IRES pollster showed...
A judge Thursday ordered President Donald Trump to pay $2 million to settle a suit by New York’s attorney general alleging he misused his Trump Foundation charity to benefit his 2016 presidential campaign, in addition to other unlawful activity...
A French appeal court has thrown out a charge alleging that the industrial giant Lafarge was guilty of "complicity in crimes against humanity" over its involvement in Syria. However, the cement manufacturer remains accused of financing terrorist groups including ISIS,...
NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoana met with the United Nations Under Secretary General of the Counter-Terrorism Office Mr. Vladimir Voronkov. The two officials reviewed the excellent level of cooperation developed these past years between NATO and the United...

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