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The poison used to target ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter was a Novichok nerve agent, UK prime minister Theresa May revealed yesterday
It was widely reported that Donald Trump confronted Canada's prime minister Justin Trudeau over his country's trade surplus with the United States. Trump was mocked in these stories since they claimed that Canada actually has a trade deficit with the United States. Show More Summary
The relationship between Britain and Russia freezes.
This popped up last week and caused me some amusement:Armenian PM instructs to introduce e-health system in 15 daysMarch 15, 2018 14:08YEREVAN. – Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan instructed to ensure full implementation of the...Show More Summary
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday congratulated Russian President Vladimir Putin on his re-election and the two leaders agreed to work together to help achieve North Korea's denuclearisation, the foreign ministry said. Abe...Show More Summary
The Planetary Society will be at the planning table when Canada's space community regroups after the latest budget release.
Seth takes a closer look at Trump lying to Canada's prime minister, major news in the Russia investigation and rumors of more staff turnover at the White House.
British Prime Minister @Theresa_May on Nerve Attack on Former Russian Spy: "The government has concluded that it is highly likely that Russia was responsible for the act…" pic.twitter.com/gsTAUnaNij — CSPAN (@cspan) March 12, 2018 Very...Show More Summary
The President admitted that he made trade talks up when talking to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Lebanon plans to increase its military presence along its southern border with Israel, Prime Minister Saad Hariri said on Thursday at a meeting in Rome, where he is seeking financial support for the armed forces. Bolstering Lebanon’s army and internal security forces is seen as a way for the international community to keep Hezbollah, which […]
President Donald Trump and Melania Trump welcomed Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar to the White House on March 15 for St. Patrick's Day festivities. For the occasion, Melania got into the holiday spirit by wearing a $1,595 green sheath dress from Brandon Maxwell. Show More Summary
Irish prime minister, Leo Varadkar dropped a major climate clanger in Washington this week, when boasting about intervening with Irish planning authorities on behalf of Donald Trump. The incident occurred in 2014, prior to Trump’s presidential...Show More Summary
The move is latest in a growing feud between Russia and the United Kingdom after the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter — with Prime Minister Theresa May saying there is “no alternative conclusion” than Russia being responsible.
Crown Prince Mohammed’s visit gives UK Prime Minister Theresa May a final opportunity to have London Stock Exchange chosen as venue for huge sale. London is running out of time to win a share of the greatest prize in oil. Saudi Arabia...Show More Summary
Without national discussion or debate – and no hard questions from media – Australia is pitching to become a major arms exporter. Dr Lissa Johnson weighs in. On Wednesday morning I watched a live broadcast of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announcing the Australian Government’s deal to procure $5.2bn worth of tanks (combat reconnaissance vehicles) from [...]Show More Summary
Southeast Asian leaders and Australia’s prime minister on Sunday called for North Korea to end its nuclear program and urged United Nations member states to fully implement sanctions against the country. Leaders at the first summit of the Assn. of Southeast Asian Nations to be held in Australia...
NEW YORK (AP) — Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar joined along as Manhattan's Fifth Avenue came alive with the sound of bagpipes, trumpets and lots of green Saturday at the 257th running of New York City's St. Patrick's Day parade.
It was bad enough when our prime minister and foreign minister obsequiously grovelled to Donald Trump to secure an Australian exemption from his newly-announced tariffs on iron and aluminium. Even worse is their complicity with Trump in undermining the already fragile rules-based world trading order, writes Ian McAuley. In past times, small restaurants in Boston [...]Show More Summary
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's AIPAC speech was about 'the good, the bad and the beautiful'. All about equality and justice - but not for Palestinians.