Sunday, October 17, 2021

Europe General

Macedonia to get NATO’s full membership by spring 2020

A NATO official on Wednesday said that Macedonia could become a full member of NATO by the spring of 2020, although the alliance will seek to accelerate the process of accession as far as possible. "We expect that it will...

British commissioner recommends digital press be exempted from VAT

A UK government commissioner recommended that digital news products be given the same exemption from the Value Added Tax (VAT) as newspapers. Newspapers are exempted from VAT because of their importance in promoting literacy and democratic accountability. Francis Kern, who...

Canada decides to cut diplomatic staff in Cuba

Canada has decided to cut its diplomatic staff in Cuba by as much as half after another person feels ill, raising the number of Canadians who have had mysterious symptoms since 2017 to 14.   Cuban ambassador to Canada, Josephina Vidal,...

UK plans to build naval base in Southeast Asia

Britain plans to build a naval base in Southeast Asia. This plan was put forward by British Defense Minister Gavin Williamson. Williamson said the naval base would likely be between Brunei Darussalam and Singapore, as reported by the South China...

Germany: 4,500 tons of fine dust on New Year’s Eve

The mood tilts against smoke, rockets and boulders on New Year's Eve. German environmental and safety experts call for behavioral changes. Year after year, since 2004, the Germans have been digging deeper into the pockets to let thugs and...

Lion Air: Boeing sued for ‘dangerous’

A lawsuit filed here blamed Boeing on a Lion Air crash off the coast of Indonesia that killed all passengers inside, claiming the manufacturer was "unreliable and dangerous", a general law firm of the United States stated yesterday. The lawsuit,...

“yellow jackets” protests in France, death toll rose to 9

The French government said Thursday that the death toll associated with the anti-government "yellow jackets" protests rose to nine as protesters continued to block traffic. "There was a ninth death this morning in Agen near a field, he was one...

security beefed up on suspicion of espionage at Stuttgart airport

German police have stepped up security at Stuttgart's southern airport on Thursday on suspicion of spying on airport operations. Police told local media, that they were still assessing the information they had, which would not affect the air traffic in...

Britain, Switzerland to sign citizen protection agreement after Brexit

The Britain and the Swiss government have agreed to sign a pact and aimed at protecting the interests of the citizens of the two countries after Britain leaves the European Union. The Swiss authorities stated that the agreement was...

Libyan authorities foil smuggling of $2 million 9-MM rounds from Turkey

TRIPOLI: The Libyan authorities seized a 40-foot container from Turkey carrying more than $2 million and 518,000 9-mm Turkish pistol rounds before reaching armed militias in Libyan territory, a Libyan source at the port of Al-Khums revealed on Tuesday. ...

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Buyers flock to the Pakistan Lifestyle furniture expo

Over ten thousand buyers visited the 35th Lifestyle Furniture Exhibition on the first day and bought goods from a long...
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