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Across the Baltic States of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, with their significant populations of ethnic Russians, numerous web-based portals have sprung up, pumping out what activist is say is Russian propaganda, funded by Moscow.
If you, like us, were puzzled by the assertion last night from Donald Trump that the “very, very dishonest media” were under-reporting terrorist attacks around the world, the White House has now listed 78 acts of terrorism, which it claims were under-reported.
The Government has survived a threatened backbench revolt over its Brexit bill tonight,despite Downing Street playing down a supposed concession to allow MPs a vote at the end of negotiations.
The French far-right leader Marine Le Pen has launched her presidential campaign - hoping to cash in on the kind of populism that propelled Donald Trump to power.
Never before has a US president challenged the integrity of a federal judge: yet this is Donald Trump, and the old rules no longer apply. The object of his fury? An appeals court in San Francisco.
From Paris we were joined by Pierre Haski, former deputy editor of Liberation who is now the CEO of the French independent news website Rue89.
In the infamous 90’s novel American Psycho, the main protagonist and yuppie killer Patrick Bateman references Donald Trump many times. Jackie Long has been talking to the book’s author Brett Easton Ellis about the new president.
This afternoon the U.S. State Department said it would allow people with valid visas into the United States in order to comply with a ruling from a federal judge in Seattle barring President Donald Trump’s executive action. That Trump executive order had temporarily halted the travellers entering the US from seven majority-Muslim countries in the…
We may be about to find out the limits of cozyness between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin. Fighting has flared up again this week in Eastern Ukraine. The UN has called it “A protracted humanitarian crisis”. And Trump’s ambassador at the UN Nikki Hayley blamed Russia for the new fighting – in a conflict which…
Soldiers in Paris have shot a man wielding a knife who attacked them near the Louvre museum, shouting Allahu Akhbar, as they tried to fight him off.
Did the Church cover up for an alleged child abuser, enabling him to move to Zimbabwe and start all over again?
Security forces in Myanmar have massacred villagers and carried out mass rapes of Rohingya Muslims,the UN has declared, in what could amount to crimes against humanity and ethnic cleansing.
The Trump administration put Iran “on notice” this week, and today the White House made its move, issuing a series of sanctions targeting Iran’s ballistic missile programme.
Theresa May has promised her European counterparts that Britain will stay a “reliable partner” after Brexit at talks in Malta ahead of a European Council summit.
A Christian youth camp leader accused of brutally beating public schoolboys was later charged over the death of a boy in Africa, Channel 4 News has discovered.
Donald Trump has been venting his fury in another series of early morning tweets.
Airline and U.S. immigration officials have stopped British national Dr Abtehale Al-Hussaini from travelling to the U.S., saying only "the rules have changed”.
The inquest into the Britons who caught up in the massacre in Tunisia in 2015 has heard from a mother who lost her father, her brother and one of her two sons.
Donald Trump says he wants an “elegant and dignified” confirmation process for the man he’s nominated to the Supreme Court. And he’s threatened Democrats who try to block Neil Gorsuch he could use the “nuclear option” to force a simple majority vote.
It’s all happening as we speak. MPs are voting right now on the bill which will allow the Government to start formal talks leading to the Brexit process.