Tag: World news

Alfredo Cospito: Starving Italian Anarchist Moves Amidst Protests,

A convicted Italian anarchist .who has been on hunger strike for weeks has Been.; moved to a Milan prison amid growing fears that his health is deteriorating. Supporters of Alfredo Cospito, 55, torched cars and threatened officials to protest prison conditions. Cospito has been refusing food for over 100 days. The new restrictions, usually reserved […]

Antony Blinken: Settlements hinder Israeli-Palestinian peace,

Mr Blinken met Palestinian and Israeli pioneers on his two-day visit, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken criticized Israeli settlement activities in the occupied West Bank as an obstacle to peace. The comments came after talks with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank City of Ramallah on Tuesday. It highlights US opposition to […]

David Smith, the Security guard of uk embassy, accepts spying for Russia

Working at the British Embassy in Berlin, David Smith has accepted spying for Russia. He has pleaded guilty to eight offenses under the Official Secrets Act relating to passing on valuable information to Russia. David Ballantyne Smith lived in Potsdam. A city in Germany, and was employed as a security guard at the embassy in […]

1,700 Dead Seals Seen on Russia’s Caspian Coast

Officials announced on Sunday that over 1,700 dead seals had been discovered along southern Russia’s Caspian Sea coast. The number of dead seals found on the coast of the Caspian Sea in Dagestan has risen to 1,700, RIA Novosti reports, citing Zaur Gapizov. Director general of the Caspian Coast Conservation Center. The Ministry of Natural […]

Abbasi says it is not possible to share the same party rank after Maryam’s promotion

Former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said he couldn’t hold the same party position in Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) after Maryam Nawaz was elevat to Senior Vice President and Chief Organizer. Today, there were reports that Abbasi, a former PML-N senior vice-president, has resigned due to disagreements with the party’s decision to appoint Maryam to […]

PTI funding ban case: IHC to announce verdict tomorrow,

Former Prime Minister Imran Khan addresses a rally in this undated photo. Reuters/ File IHC says ECP will have to withdraw the order if IK proves sources. ECP can only seize funds, says IHC. The IHC criticized the ECP for handing over the matter to the government. The verdict of the Islamabad High Court (IHC) […]

Priscilla Presley questions the legality of Lisa Marie’s will

Elvis Presley’s ex-wife, Priscilla Presley, has filed a judicial challenge to the legitimacy of their late daughter’s will. Lisa Marie Presley, the couple’s only child, died of a heart arrest two weeks ago at 54. The petition challenges a 2016 change to Lisa Marie’s will that removed Priscilla as estate trustee. Ms Presley’s lawyers claim […]

Pakistan mosque explosion: Police in an attack that killed 59 people,

At least 59 people were when a bomb explod at police officers while they were praying in a mosque in Peshawar, Pakistan. This Pakistan mosque is in the area of ​​the police command, which is heavily Guard. Prime Minister Shabaz Sharif said: Terrorists want to create fear by targeting people who are doing missions to […]

Nadhim Zahawi committed an Important break of clerical code, says Sunak,

Nadhim Zahawi hosted filled in as Moderate Gathering executive and priest without portfolio in Rishi Sunak’s administration. Nadhim Zahawi has been sacked as Conservative Party executive after a request by the top state leader’s morals counsel found he had neglected to reveal that HMRC was exploring his duty undertakings. The PM said Sir Laurie Magnus’ […]

BANES mental health services are ‘inadequate’ un satisfying needs

A mental health service is “insufficient” and unsatisfying people’s requirements, according to a health watchdog. The comment was contain in a Healthwatch report on pandemic services in Bath and North East Somerset, as well as Swindon and Wiltshire, with whom the area shares services. People polled admired volunteer organizations but had poor experiences with government […]