Thursday , March 23 2017

UK parliament under lockdown after ‘terror attack’

Britain’s Parliament was under security lockdown on Wednesday after a policeman was stabbed, an assailant shot and several injured after a car ploughed into them on Westminster Bridge. London police said they were treating the attack as a “terrorist incident until we know otherwise.” It’s reported that Commons Leader David ...

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Two German-born terror suspects to be deported

A federal court in Germany has confirmed that two men, who were born in the country, will be deported after being suspected of planning a terror attack. This is the first case in German history, where the men are being deported despite neither actually being charged with the crime. The ...

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White House confirms Trump’s trip to Brussels

The White House has confirmed US President Donald Trump will head to Brussels in May to attend a summit of NATO leaders. President Trump is expected to make his case to European allies that they need to boost spending on defence. Press Secretary Sean Spicer says the president is looking ...

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Brussels marks one year anniversary of terror attacks

Brussels commemorated the one-year anniversary of the terrorist attack that killed 32 people and injured over 320. Belgium’s King Philippe and Queen Mathilde led a minute of silence on Wednesday morning to mark their respect to the departed. After the one-minute silence at the Brussels airport, where the first explosion ...

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US withdraws from human rights panel on Trump’s travel ban

The United States has decided to pull out from a hearing about President Donald Trump’s controversial executive order. To be led by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR), it will focus on its potential impact on human rights. It’s the first time in eight years that the US has ...

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South Korea prosecutors interrogate Park for 14 hours

South Korean prosecutors questioned ousted President Park Geun-hye for nearly 14 hours in an investigation into a corruption scandal that ended her presidency. Her lawyers said the questioning lasted until just before midnight on Tuesday. Park refused to speak to the media, and was driven to her private home after ...

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