Trump’s racist attack on London mayor causes political backlash
Senior British ministers have criticized US President Donald Trump for his racist attack on London Mayor Sadiq khan, urging him to stop interfering in the UK’s internal politics.
UK government signs order to enable Assange extradition to US
Britain’s interior minister Sajid Javid has signed an order enabling the country’s legal system to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States where he could face decades in prison for exposing confidential documents.
Austria to shut Saudi-funded center over human rights violations
The Austrian government has announced plans to shut a Saudi-funded center in Vienna over the possible execution of a teenager arrested in Saudi Arabia for participation in an anti-regime protest.
Pompeo Vows to 'Push Back' Against UK's Corbyn in Leaked Tape
US State Secretary Mike Pompeo has been accused of trying to stop the UK’s Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn from becoming prime minister; an audio clip leaked to The Washington Post featured him reassuring Jewish leaders that he would “push back” against the Labour party’s leadership after continued allegations of anti-Semitism within its fold.
Attackers Destroy Qurans, Break Windows at 2 Mosques in Germany
Attackers threw rocks at a mosque in the Central German city of Kassel on Sunday while some 50 Qurans – the holy book of Islam – were damaged in another attack on a mosque in Northwest Bremen.
May’s anti-terror solutions further normalized Islamophobia in UK
A senior journalist says various British government schemes on tackling terrorism, specially during the three-year reign of Theresa May as prime minister, have encouraged hate crimes against Muslims in the country.
France Says US ‘Deal of Century’ Won’t Bring ‘Serenity’
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian blasted on Saturday the yet-to-be-revealed US Middle East plan, calling it "an approach that cannot grant serenity", according to a report by The Times of Israel.
'Yellow vests' keep up march against Macron, 30 weeks on
Around 1,100 'yellow vests' marched in suburban Paris on Saturday, June 8, on their 30th round of protests, pushing on with their fight for greater purchasing power and better working conditions.
London council declares ‘war on hunger’ among students
Hungry children in several schools in the British capital will be offered free meals as a local council declare a war on food poverty in one of the wealthiest countries in the world.