If Russia is in decline, why worry? Maybe, real worry is West's decline and that we manage things better? pic.twitter.com/WqG4uT5Pqt — Russian Embassy, UK (@RussianEmbassy) October 22, 2016 Just in case you were wondering what kind of company Donald Trump keeps, his friends at the Russian embassy in London just tweeted a hilarious cartoon of gay pigs in [...]
Among the fuses and fluorescent lights, Embassy Electrical Supplies in London stocks the country's finest olive oil—according to New York magazine. Turkish Cypriot expat Mehmet Murat sources it from his family's farm in Cyprus.
Yesterday the Russian embassy in Britain tweeted out the above cartoon which depicts Eurozone member nations as pigs cowering behind a barricade. The pigs are doubtlessly are reference to the acronym PIIGS, which was used by economists...Show More Summary
Social media users are worried about Julian Assange. Since last weekend, the WikiLeaks founder and editor has been locked out of his internet access by the Ecuadorian Embassy. The Ecuadorians issued a statement that his participation in releasing damning emails, entitled the “Podesta Emails,” was an attempt to influence the U.S. Show More Summary
Johan Nylander Security, Asia Business delegation led by Sweden’s Minister of Enterprise will coincide with November opening of new embassy in Manila. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s anti-American outbursts have made US businesses in the country increasingly worried about their future. Show More Summary
Filipinos march to U.S. Embassy, burn mock U.S. flag and demand officers be punished after police van ran them down
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Russian Foreign Ministry summoned Belgium's ambassador on Friday in connection with a row over Syria, the Interfax news agency quoted an embassy source as saying.
Doctors in Delaware offered to perform surgery for free, but the embassy has so far twice denied her family U.S. visas
Earlier this week, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange suddenly found himself without internet access at his hideout at Ecuador’s London Embassy. Now, intelligence officials have revealed that top U.S. authorities... More » The post Did U.S. Pressure Ecuador Into Cutting Off Wikileaks Founder’s Internet Access? appeared first on EveryJoe.
NBC Sports Group was recognized today at the US Embassy in London at an event celebrating the growth of the Premier League in the United States. The event, held at Winfield House, the residence of Ambassador Matthew Barzun, celebrated...Show More Summary
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, winner of this year's Nobel Peace Prize, will visit Northern Ireland in November to learn about its peace process, the Colombian embassy said on Thursday. Santos, who is struggling to implement...Show More Summary
Submitted by James Holbrooks via TheAntiMedia.org, As Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte continued his four-day visit to China this week, a political demonstration outside the U.S. embassy in Manila — held by Filipinos supportive of...Show More Summary
It's been a rough week for WikiLeaks leader Julian Assange, who's cooped up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London with no internet and, possibly, poisonous vegan meals trying to kill him. SEE ALSO: Julian Assange's internet's down and...Show More Summary
A helpful soul armed with a police bullhorn has volunteered to keep WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange abreast of what’s happening in the world by standing outside the Ecuadorian embassy in London and shouting the news at him. According to The Hill, Canadian comic Bobby Mair has stepped up in...
Via Mediaite: After the Ecuador Embassy in London cut off Julian Assange‘s access to the Internet, one man took it upon himself to keep the Wikileaks founder up to speed. Comedian Bobby Mair showed up outside the embassy Wednesday armed...Show More Summary
After the Ecuador Embassy in London cut off Julian Assange's access to the Internet, one man took it upon himself to keep the Wikileaks founder up to speed.
VIDEO: Police Van Runs over Protestors Outside U.S. Embassy in Manila.
Hillary Clinton. (U.S. Embassy London / (CC-BY-2.0)) WikiLeaks released what appear to be three complete transcripts of paid speeches Hillary Clinton gave to Goldman Sachs employees and executives in 2013, all obtained via a hack...Show More Summary
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has been whipping up anti-American sentiment for months, but his forces cracked down on protesters calling for independent foreign policy.
Ecuador treated Julian Assange like a trophy in 2012 when it opened the doors of its London embassy to the WikiLeaks founder, sheltering him from extradition to Sweden over rape allegations and, possibly, to the United States. Rafael Correa, Ecuador’s leftist president, seemed to bask in Assange’s bad-boy glow, which gave the small South American nation a big role […]