The Supreme Court of the Netherlands has upheld an earlier ruling that found the country partly liable for the deaths of 350 Bosnian Muslims in Bosnia's Srebrenica massacre in 1995.
The Supreme leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran condemned British “piracy” in the wake of Britain’s seizure of a Russian super-tanker, carrying Iranian crude oil, off the Spanish coast of Gibraltar. He asserted that “Evil Britain commits piracy and steals our ship ... and gives it a legal appearance. Iran, and those who believe in our system, will not leave such evil deeds unanswered”.
An Israeli group with links to the regime’s secret service Mossad is seeking to seize an Iranian oil tanker and its cargo held by British troops off Gibraltar.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn branded US President Donald Trump’s tweet directed at four progressive Democratic Party congresswomen as “racist”, and hit out at Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt for not fully standing up to him.
A British anti-Muslim activist has launched a public appeal for US President Donald Trump to grant him political asylum as he faces imprisonment after being convicted in a contempt of court case.
As the UK tries hard to justify its seizure of an Iranian super-tanker off the Spanish coast, international attention is focusing on the political, diplomatic and humanitarian cost of similar British actions in the past.
Britain’s on-going illegal seizure of an Iranian oil tanker off the Spanish coast continues to draw international condemnation.
Iran has reacted strongly to the British seizure of an Iranian oil tanker off the coast of Gibraltar, an undisputed part of Spain, which the British claim sovereignty over.
A legal battle between two royals from a Persian Gulf state has thrown Britain’s double standards on female emancipation and related equality issues into sharp relief.