This morning, protesters gathered outside the French embassy in London, poured bags of sand, and staged a beach party complete with deck chairs, inflatables, and women in a wide array of clothing, from bikinis to burkinis, to protest France’s racist ban on “religious swimwear” in its coastal towns. Participants held up signs deriding the Islamophobia implicated in […]
Protestors gathered outside the French embassy in London calling for a repeal of the laws banning burkini swimsuits. The demonstration came as London mayor Sadiq Khan criticised the laws saying "I don't think anybody should be telling women what they can or what they can't wear." Produced by Joe Daunt Join the conversation about this story »
Protesters in London rallied outside the French embassy Thursday, August 25, in solidarity with Muslim women and determined to speak out against the controversial ban on a specific kind of swimsuit also known as a burkini.
Campaigners against burkini bans in French towns on Thursday constructed a temporary beach outside the French embassy in London to bring attention to the controversial policy. Dozens of demonstrators gathered for the “wear what you want”...Show More Summary
ADepartment of State official told Sputnik that the US government is not aware of American citizen casualties and is trying to establish the locations and conditions of citizens in the region following a 6.0 magnitude earthquake that hit central Italy.
The US Embassy in Kabul has advised US citizens to avoid the area near American University... and more... Mission Accomplished?
French, Dutch and Portuguese embassies open their doors to the public.
US Central Command (CENTCOM) commander General Joseph Votel visited Lebanon as part of a multi-stop tour of the Middle East, the US Embassy in Beirut announced in a statement.
Last week, nursing mom Lynda Mazzalai Nguyen attended a work seminar at an Embassy Suites and needed to find a place to pump. Naturally, she assumed that a business that is literally a collection of rooms would be able to find her an empty one to pump in for 15 minutes. Show More Summary
An attempt to break into the Ecuadorian Embassy in London where Wikileaks founder Julian Assange resides was followed by a slow response of the police what caused judgement by the Government of Ecuador
Hit man, assassin, intruder, spy; speculation is mounting why someone tried to scale the wall of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London where Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been hold up for more than four years - and what took Scotland Yard so long to respond?
Earlier this month Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks, promised to release more emails on the Clinton Foundation. On... The post Wikileaks: British Police Took 2 Hours to Respond to Assange Embassy Intruder appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
According to the head of the consular section of the Russian Embassy in Bangkok, Thai police arrested Interpol-wanted Russian national Vasily Smolnikov.
In the two months since Brexit, European embassies in the U.K. have seen a surge in demand for passports from Britons hoping to ensure their future freedom of movement. Questions about residency and applications for citizenship (many...Show More Summary
Official news agency dismisses ex-minister at embassy in London, who fled to South Korea, as a criminal and a propagandist
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A British national has been killed in Iraq's Ramadi, where a U.S. company is clearing mines left by Islamic State when the city was retaken in December, the British embassy in Baghdad said on Monday.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton knew that the US was sending arms from Libya to Syria back in 2011, a... The post Did Someone Just Try to Assassinate Julian Assange?… Attempted Break-in at Ecuadorian Embassy appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Embassy Suites has the best free breakfast, USA TODAY's Road Warriors say.
As part of the National Trust?s Europe & Us programme, three embassies are throwing open their doors for three days of exclusive, behind-the-scenes tours. The strictly limited openings will offer an intimate glimpse into the inner sanctums of diplomacy as part of Heritage Open days. Show More Summary