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Malawians voiced anger over president for family appointments to cabinet

Malawians have voiced anger after newly appointed President Lazarus Chakwera unveiled new 31-member cabinet that they said was tainted by family ties. New 31-member cabinet...

Kiwi Prime Minister launches election campaign with promises of jobs, financing

Kiwi PM Jacinda Ardern launched election campaign with promises of jobs and extra financing for small businesses as a severe economic downturn looms. With promises...

Oman to allow part-time jobs for expats soon

Oman citizens and expatriates will soon have the option to do part-time jobs as the country is seeking to diversify its economy,state agency says. In...

PM Johnson to unveil new infrastructure plan

PM Johnson will launch a plan to get Britain “moving again” after COVID lockdown, when govt will set out measures to boost infrastructure construction. Britain's...

British PM resists calls to sack senior adviser

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson resisted calls from opposition parties to sack Dominic Cummings after he travelled 400 km to northern England. Cummings, who masterminded...

Britain rejects calls to publish detailed data of care-home deaths

Britain declined to disclose number of COVID-19 deaths in individual care homes,as Campaigners for welfare of elderly people calling for transparent data. Citing the need...

Italian coalition parties quarrelled over migration issue

Italian coalition parties quarrelled over a move to grant permits to irregular migrants and as carers,in a row that delayed approval of a stimulus...

New infections jumped by almost 10,000 in Russia

New infections jumped by 9,623 to 124,054 cases in last 24 hours as Russian authorities mull tighter restrictions on movement. Russia reported 9,623 new coronavirus...

Covid 19 exposes UK low-wage essential workers to exploitation

Covid 19 exposes people working in United Kingdom vulnerable sectors falling through cracks of government rescue packages. Landmark structures in London are virtually lifeless now...

United Arab Emirates keen to resolve labour disputes

United Arab Emirates legal departments trying and redressing complaints within a maximum of 3 days,developed a concerted plan to reorganise labour market. The Ministry of...

Britain at ‘dangerous’ stage,hasty action could result second peak of infections

Britain’s stand-in leader resisted pressure and has explained how the government plans to ease a coronavirus lockdown that has been in place for a...

British govt asks manufacturers to build medical equipment

British government has asked top manufacturers and engineering firms to build medical equipment in the fight against coronavirus. The United Kingdom's top engineering firms are...

British former politician Trevor Phillips suspended from Labour

British writer,broadcaster and former politician Trevor Phillips suspended from Labour over claims of alleged Islamophobia. The former head of Britain's equality watchdog has been suspended...

Health Secretary defends Priti Patel over bullying claim

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has defended Priti Patel as "courteous" following bullying claims. Sir Philip Rutnam, the Home Office's most senior official, resigned on Saturday...

British Prime Minister rejects second referendum request

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has officially rejected second formal independence referendum request the Scottish government.

Doctors,teachers and lawyers joins France Strike

Doctors,teachers,lawyers and others joined a nationwide day of protests and strikes Thursday to denounce Macron's plans to overhaul the pension system.

UK moves closer to leaving European Union

UK Parliament will pass landmark legislation enacting the country's departure from the European Union bloc,MPs finally set to approve Brexit deal.

British ex-foreign ministers warns of ‘wider consequences’ in Soleimani killing

British ex-foreign ministers have weighed in on the debate over the assassination of prominent Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani.

Germany urges talks with Iran to end tensions

Germany has urged direct talks with Iran to ease tensions after the US airstrike that killed Iranian General Qassem Soleimani.

Australia announces compensation for firefighters

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced it would compensate volunteer firefighters in the state of New South Wales.

US presidential candidate admits his campaign used prison labour

US presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg has admitted that his 2020 presidential campaign used prison labour to push out his message.

Independent Group for Change failed to win a parliamentary seat

The Independent Group for Change, also known as Change UK, is to start "winding up" as a political party, following its general...