Режим чрезвычайного положения был введен в республике в начале октября, когда страну охватили волнения из-за резкого роста цен на топливо. Он был вызван президентским указом, отменившим субсидии на дизельное топливо и бензин.
MPs gathered at Parliament to hear the Queen herald the government's package, which will include tougher sentences for foreign criminals and child abusers.
The State Opening of Parliament saw Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn engage in one of the newer political traditions today - the awkward silent walk to the Lords.
Those who still have their old toys stashed away in the attic could be in luck as they could now be worth much more than they cost new, research has revealed.
Tearful fellow officers and grieving family members have laid to rest PC Andrew Harper, 28, the newlywed policeman who was killed while investigating a burglary in August.
Harry's mother Charlotte Charles broke down (pictured) as she told a NYC press conference that the US spy's wife Anne Sacoolas should be brought back to the UK and be put in the dock.
Russia has consistently supported the process of political settlement in Syria and vehemently opposed any steps that could potentially harm it, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said in the wake of the ongoing Turkish operation. Read Full Article at RT.com
More than 20 deals have been signed on Monday between Moscow and Riyadh during President Vladimir Putin’s state visit to Saudi Arabia. Read Full Article at RT.com
Legislation is being introduced this fall to bring a “Clare’s Law” to Alberta that would allow people access to criminal records of their partners in hopes it will help protect people from potential domestic violence.
The potential demise of the last arms reduction treaty left standing – New START – will change the global situation and make the world a “more dangerous” place, Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned. Read Full Article at RT.com
Over the past twenty years, the most important and most exciting development in the United States energy sector has been hydraulic fracturing, also referred to as fracking. Read Full Article at RT.com
One of the world’s largest consumers of oil and coal, India, is investing tens of billions of dollars to build a national gas grid and the necessary import terminals by 2024, in a bid to cut its carbon emissions. Read Full Article at RT.com
Syrian state media reported that forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad took up positions in several key towns across the country’s northeast.
The 25-year-old South Korean actress and singer had suffered online hate attacks and had spoken out about mental health problems.
Opposition victories in Budapest and other cities could mean Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s popularity has peaked.
After months of protest and no signs of the government giving in, some activists hope for foreign pressure.
The state opening of Parliament, an over-the-top show of pomp and pageantry, comes as British and European negotiators are in their third day of secret talks over the fate of Brexit.
Lin Tzu Ting, 26, was on holiday with her boyfriend in the popular tourist island of Boracay in the Philippines. Onlookers posted photos of her outfit online which caught the attention of the police.
Fans of the hit Epic Games program Fortnite wondered if it was deleted as the island that plays host to the online battle royale was destroyed - leaving nothing but a black hole.
Man says stench associated with his job is unbearable.
Data has shown that poverty is not a curse but something precipitated by underlying policies.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn gave Boris Johnson short shrift after the UK Prime Minister tried to engage him in friendly chit-chat before a Queen’s speech that was ostensibly a pre-election pitch from the Tory government. Read Full Article at RT.com
Two IAF officers will face court-martial for the Mi-17 chopper crash in which 6 of its personnel were killed due to friendly fire by own missile system on February 27 over Srinagar. Four other officers will also face administrative action including 2 Air Commodores and 2 Flight Lieutenants for their respective roles in the entire case.
The central government will soon announce concession in Delhi Metro fares for students and senior citizens as a technology-based solution has been found to implement the same, Union minister Hardeep Singh Puri said on Monday. «We are ready with technology-based solution to provide relief to students and senior citizens travelling on metro trains. The central government will implement it appropriately,» Puri said.
It is probably not a huge surprise to some that Khabib Nurmagomedov, the UFC champion who wrestled bears as a boy, is training for his rumored upcoming fight with Tony Ferguson by once again battling with Mother Nature. Read Full Article at RT.com
United as a block, Malawi’s diplomatic community has come out strong in support of Prophet Shepherd Bushiri’s message for the need that leaders should prepare people regarding the pending Constitutional Court ruling. The Constitution Court will be, by the end of this year, make a watershed ruling on a case in which UTM and MCP […] The post Embassies in Malawi echo Bushiri’s peace message appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.
Education Expertise Development Foundation (EEDF), a non-profit making Malawian Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that contributes to the provision of quality basic education, has underscored community participation as a key element to improving quality of education in the country. Speaking on Monday during the opening of the two-day workshop on School Improvement Plan (SIP) and Community Involvement […] The post Community participation key to improvingquality of education in Malawi -EEDF appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.
Prolific writer and newspaper columnist, Golden Matonga, has accused President Peter Mutharika of being “uninspiring as he is cold-hearted”, saying as the country is facing unprecedented political crisis has been enabled by a leadership crisis. In his column published in Nation on Sunday, Matonga pointed out that while the post-eelction crisis could not be predicted, […] The post Newspaper columnist brands Mutharika uninspiring and cold-hearted appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.
Minister of Information and Communications Technology Mark Botobami has challenged Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) to be informing the nation with credible news and not be a propaganda platform as it is now. The minister made the call on Monday during his familiarisation tour of MBC Television’s Kwacha offices in Blantyre. Botomani said it is unfortunate that […] The post Minister Botomani challenges MBC to provide credible information not propaganda appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.
President Peter Mutharika continues to state that Malawi Congress Party (MCP) will never rule this country again, as Malawians denounced the party and its rule in 1993. The MCP lost its monopoly on power in a 1993 referendum and was roundly defeated in the country’s first free elections. In opposition since 1994, the MCP remains […] The post No way Malawians will ever vote for MCP to rule again, says Mutharika appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.
Having lost Friday night’s game against France, the world champions, at Laugardalsvöllur arena 0:1, the Icelandic men’s national soccer team now faces Andorra tonight at 6:45 at the same venue.