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Germany’s Scholz ‘very sceptical’ about U.S. mission for Strait of Hormuz

31/07/2019, 10:36 am
Germany's Vice Chancellor and Finance Minister Olaf Scholz said on Wednesday he was very sceptical about a request by the United States to join...

If you’re not causing a ‘crisis’ you’re not being an effective...

06/05/2019, 10:43 am
 Christianity is not a philosophy, a lifestyle or a moral code. Christianity, true Christianity, is a close encounter with Christ and when this happens,...

Updated: Brexit: PM says ‘UK in crisis’ with 10 days to...

19/03/2019, 2:30 pm
Prime Minister Theresa May has made the admission that the UK is currently in a crisis situation. A spokesperson for the Prime Minister said Mrs...

Watch: ‘Nothing short of tragic and shameful’ – Malta NGOs

08/01/2019, 3:45 pm
‘This is nothing short of tragic and shameful’, the letter Malta’s NGOs are currently delivering to Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, reads. Representatives from Malta’s NGO...

Deraa rebels prepare to leave south Syria for rebel-held north

15/07/2018, 11:52 am
Hundreds of Syrian rebel fighters and their families were preparing to leave Deraa city in southwest Syria on Sunday, to be taken on buses...

Are you going to commemorate the deaths in the Mediterranean?

02/07/2018, 5:25 pm
A group of people are organising several activities to remember those who lost their lives in the Mediterranean while they were trying to seek...

63 migrants feared dead off Libyan coast

01/07/2018, 10:24 pm
63 people are missing and believed to be dead after a boat overturned off the coast of Libya. This was announced by the United...

U.N. aid agencies give cautious nod to EU migration deal

29/06/2018, 3:03 pm
United Nations aid agencies welcomed a migration deal reached by European Union leaders on Friday but urged the bloc to prioritise the lives and...

Update (2): Details of EU agreement on migration

29/06/2018, 8:13 am
European leaders struggled to overcome deep divisions on migration at a tense EU summit that dragged into the early morning hours of Friday before...