A Swedish court has given GretaThunberg and hundreds of other climate activists the go-ahead to proceed with a class action lawsuit against the Swedish government for “insufficient climate policy” ... On Tuesday, NackaDistrict Court said the lawsuit could go ahead after the group made adjustments to the claim ... ‘Choices we make now’ ... .
Iran vows to reciprocate the European Union and the UK's recent repetitive move to impose sanctions on Iranian targets over, what Brussels and London have called, human rights violations ... The riots erupted in September following the tragic death of the woman, named Mahsa Amini ... Dozens of people and security personnel were killed during the riots ... ....
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Ukraine’s Ministry of Defense said late Monday that a strike destroyed Russian “Kalibr” cruise missiles that were being transported by train in the town of Dzhankoi, in Russian-occupied Crimea... One person was injured and two buildings were damaged, Askyonov said. Amateur video geolocated by CNN shows a large explosion and resulting fireball ... .
Donald Trump would become the first former or sitting president to be charged with a crime if an indictment over the 2016 hush money payment to Stormy Daniels is filed ... Bragg, an elected Democrat, has not confirmed any plans publicly, but has put key witnesses in front of the jury in recent weeks and offered Trump the opportunity to testify ... .
French PresidentEmmanuel Macron faced an angry backlash last night after his government narrowly survived a confidence vote over his pension reforms ... “We’ll meet in the streets.”Not long after the results were announced, protests broke out close to the National Assembly ... He added ... .
PARIS, March 21 (Reuters) - French PresidentEmmanuel Macron will break his silence on Wednesday to outline plans after his administration survived a no-confidence motion in parliament over a deeply unpopular pension reform, the government spokesman said ... The failure of the vote will be a relief to Macron ... That prompted the U.N ... Our Standards ... Video.
Gunmen killed 11 people including a prominent local politician in northwest Pakistan, police said Tuesday, an ambush blamed on a decades-long vendetta between families ... "The vehicle caught fire as a result and all on board were burned alive and the charred bodies are now beyond recognition," he said ... ALSO READ. Pakistan.
One last heave – in all senses of the word – for Boris Johnson, Britain’s worst ex, who tomorrow flops himself out in front of the standards committee and asks it to consider an auto-satirical question ...Please bear this in mind if you tune in to his appearance tomorrow afternoon, along with the question.
European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell had warned Monday that if crisis-torn Tunisia 'collapses economically or socially then we will be in a situation where new flows of migrants will come to Europe' ... In the statement, it blamed the country's leadership in the years following the 2011 pro-democracy revolution for the country's woes ... .
Ethiopia's government on Tuesday accused the United States of taking a "partisan" approach by alleging that its forces, and Eritrean troops, had committed war crimes during the two-year conflict in Tigray... "Many of these actions were not random or a mere byproduct of war ... ....