Twitter Goes Crazy Over Prince Philip's Death News Published By 'The Telegraph'

Twitter Goes Crazy Over Prince Philip's Death News Published By 'The Telegraph'

The challenge, which raises funds and awareness for the Royal Marines Charity, sees royal marines from around the country running 16.64 miles each day for 100 days, totalling a distance of 1664 miles. British media reported earlier this year that the Duke's grandson, Prince Harry, will take over the role, but the final decision lies with the Queen . Read More

Turkey coup trial: nearly 500 in court

Turkey coup trial: nearly 500 in court

The courtroom has previously hosted mass trials related to the coup bid including one which opened in February of 330 suspects accused of murder or attempted murder. Families of those killed or wounded during the coup attempt protested outside the courthouse, some throwing ropes toward the defendants demanding that the death penalty be reinstated and that they be hanged. Read More

Russian athletes banned from singing national hymn at London World Championships hotels

Russian athletes banned from singing national hymn at London World Championships hotels

Sudha's name was there in the entry list issued by International Association of Athletics Federations ( IAAF ) on Saturday. Sergey Shubenkov, a 110m hurdles victor at the IAAF World Championships 2015, noted last week that the Russian sportsmen could not use the national hymn even as a mobile ringtone. Read More

Four killed in shooting at Moscow court

Four killed in shooting at Moscow court

The incident happened when five handcuffed defendants were escorted by two guards in a lift at the Moscow Regional Court , Russia's Investigative Committee said. According to Prosecutors, the gangs put spikes on roads to drive out motorists from their vehicles and shoot them dead. The suspects died as they attempted to escape the courtroom. Read More

United Kingdom health secretary: British hospitals to keep recruiting European Union staff

United Kingdom health secretary: British hospitals to keep recruiting European Union staff

According to the Prime Minister's official spokesman the Government's position remains the same as that set out by Theresa May in her Lancaster House speech on Brexit and the position on an implementation period remains "very clear". The government says that Britain will leave the bloc's single market and customs union, and end free movement from EU countries. He added: "The amount of tax that we raise, measured as a percentage of GDP, is within the European average and I think we will ... Read More

In Wake Of 'Sham Election,' US Sanctions Venezuelan President Maduro

In Wake Of 'Sham Election,' US Sanctions Venezuelan President Maduro

This means that any US-based assets of his have been frozen, and American citizens are forbidden from conducting any business with him. Shortly after the controversial vote, Lopez and Ledezma were taken from their homes, according to their families. Read More

EU Cities Line Up to Host UK-Housed Agencies Post-Brexit

EU Cities Line Up to Host UK-Housed Agencies Post-Brexit

Brussels is one of the candidate cities to host the two European agencies now based in London. Races for the jobs and prestige associated with hosting European Union agencies often become heated, but this diplomatic contest risks weakening the unity of the EU's 27 remaining states in the midst of delicate two-year Brexit talks that started in March. Read More

Mosque Blast in Afghanistan Kills 20 People

Mosque Blast in Afghanistan Kills 20 People

One of the bombers died in the blast. According to a local police spokesman, Abdulhai Walizada, there appeared to be more than one attacker, with a suicide bomber who detonated explosives and another who threw grenades at worshippers. Although Herat, on the border with Iran, is considered a peaceful city, an ISIS linked group is known to be active in the region. Regional police chief Mohammad Ayub said two attackers were involved in the incident. Read More

UK High Court Rules to Protect Blair From War Crime Prosecution

UK High Court Rules to Protect Blair From War Crime Prosecution

Prominent UK barrister Michael Mansfield QC appeared for Al Rabbat, who can not travel to the UK. He then sought a judicial review to get the Supreme Court to overturn a 2006 House of Lords ruling in R v Jones (Margaret ) which clarified that the " crime of aggression' , which Al Rabbat alleged Blair had committed, did not exist in England and Wales ". Read More

Congress accuses government of indirectly encouraging cow vigilantism

Congress accuses government of indirectly encouraging cow vigilantism

With the Opposition demanding a governmental condemnation and framing of a strong law to tackle vigilantism, the government said that mob lynching or anything related to it was "unacceptable" and that Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself had condemned it. Read More

Priebus gone, can Kelly bring discipline to the White House?

Priebus gone, can Kelly bring discipline to the White House?

MORE: President Trump vows to "destroy' MS-13, advocates rougher treatment by police As he exited Air Force One, Trump said , "Reince is a good man. He also saluted Priebus, the chief of staff he had just pushed out. "His expertise & relationships with Congress benefited the White House in many ways". Read More

Priebus out, Kelly in at White House

Priebus out, Kelly in at White House

However, Trump decided that Priebus should go, White House officials "privately" told the Post. Announcing the switch via Twitter, Trump called retired Marine Corps general Kelly a "great American". After months of speculation about Priebus' fate, Trump tweeted the decision just as he landed in Washington after an event in NY in which he lavishly praised Kelly's performance at Homeland Security. Read More

Trump ready to sign Russian Federation sanctions bill, Moscow retaliates

Trump ready to sign Russian Federation sanctions bill, Moscow retaliates

Bob Corker said, "change the trajectory of the USA relationship with Russian Federation", especially in Syria, where the Kremlin backs President Bashar Assad. Russian diplomatic property was confiscated by the Obama administration in 2016, in response to alleged Russian meddling in the United States election. Read More

Donald Trump to sign Russian Federation sanctions, Moscow retaliates

Donald Trump to sign Russian Federation sanctions, Moscow retaliates

Russia's action, outlined in a statement from the Foreign Ministry, came a day after the Senate voted for new sanctions against Russian Federation, putting President Donald Trump in a tough position by forcing him to take a hard line on Moscow or veto the legislation and anger the Republican Party, Reuters reported. Read More

Indian troops kill 2 Kashmiris in IHK

Indian troops kill 2 Kashmiris in IHK

Indian troops reportedly fired at the protesting crowd to disperse them. Reports said a trooper was wounded in the standoff and he was immediately removed to hospital. An official said that mobile Internet services were suspended in Pulwama district to prevent the "spreading of rumours". Due to the clash between Forces and Protesters, six protestors were injured. Read More

Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif Resigns After Panama Papers Verdict

Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif Resigns After Panama Papers Verdict

This is while the country's army officials have not commented on Sharif's ouster or reported accusations of their involvement in the ruling. After taking oath, the new prime minister will constitute the federal cabinet. Mr Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party held street protests until the supreme court agreed to investigate Mr Sharif over his family's offshore business dealings as revealed in the Panama Papers leak previous year. Read More

Russian Federation sanctions: Trump's hand forced by Senate vote

Russian Federation sanctions: Trump's hand forced by Senate vote

The bill , which includes a provision that allows Congress to stop any effort by Trump to ease existing sanctions on Russian Federation, will now be sent to the White House for Trump to sign into law or veto. "President Donald J Trump read early drafts of the bill and negotiated regarding critical elements of it", White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said in a late-night statement. Read More

Putin cements Russia's presence in Syria

Putin cements Russia's presence in Syria

It was not immediately clear how many USA diplomats now serve in Russian Federation. Russian President Vladimir Putin , who has repeatedly denied the conclusions of US intelligence agencies that Moscow interfered using cyber warfare methods, has threatened retaliation against the legislation. Read More

Charlie Gard's parents end court battle as their baby's time runs out

Charlie Gard's parents end court battle as their baby's time runs out

The court heard Tuesday how London's Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), which is caring for Charlie , had concerns about getting the right medical equipment into Charlie's home and had suggested a hospice and a mediator. "Despite his condition in January, Charlie's muscles were in pretty good shape and he was far from showing catastrophic irreversible structural brain damage". Read More

Russia Tells US To Cut Diplomats Or Face Expulsion

The Ministry said "We propose to the U.S. side to bring the number of diplomatic and technical staff" working in Russia "in exact accordance" with the number of Russian diplomats and support staff in the United States by September 1. Russian Federation on Friday ordered a reduction in the number of USA diplomats allowed in Russian Federation and said it was closing down a US recreational retreat in response to the US approval of a new package of stiff financial sanctions against Russian ... Read More