5 September 2015 14:16
The UK newspaper Independent recommended Prime Minister David Cameron to ask Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu two questions when he meets him in London shortly.
In an article on its Saturday issue, the daily reflected on the upcoming visit of the Zionist regime Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to London and suggested a number of points as “the issues that the Israeli Prime...
5 September 2015 12:39
A new study reveals a rise in poverty in Northern Ireland in 2014 with the level going to 21%, up from 19% the previous year.
The Households Below Average Income annual report was published on Thursday by the Department of Social Development and covers 2013-14. It shows 376,000 people remained on relatively low incomes with average household income dropping by 1%. Among the households,...
5 September 2015 12:05
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has blasted Europe for the current refugee crisis, blaming the European countries for the death of a Syrian toddler after the image of his lifeless body circulated in media and galvanized public opinion.
Speaking at an event in the northeastern state of Paraiba on Friday, Rousseff said that Aylan Kurdi died due to the restrictions imposed by...
5 September 2015 12:01
The city council of the Welsh capital, Cardiff, has called off a pro-Israel photography exhibit as protests are planned ahead of a Euro 2016 qualifying match between Wales and Israel in the city.
A spokesperson for the Cardiff Council said Friday that the body decided to close down the show after it received a complaint, adding that the decision was also...
5 September 2015 11:47
More than 100,000 people in the United Kingdom have now signed a petition demanding the arrest of Terrorist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for war crimes against Palestinians when he visits London later this month.
The petition, which was published on the website of the British Parliament on August 7, calls upon the British government to apprehend the 65-year-old chairman of Israel’s Likud...
5 September 2015 8:24
Far-right extremists have attacked asylum seekers stranded at the Keleti train station in the Hungarian capital Budapest and on the Greek island of Kos.
Many of the refugees at the Keleti station formed human chains on Friday to protect women and children against the extremists throwing fire crackers and bottles. Police forces interfered later to maintain order.
Earlier in the day, a...
5 September 2015 8:18
Argentina has announced willingness to accept more Syrian asylum seekers escaping the violence in the war-torn country.
In a press briefing on Friday, Aníbal Fernández, the chief of the cabinet of ministers of Argentina, hailed his country’s tradition of “facilitating the entry of foreign citizens in tragic situations like war” and highlighted a plan adopted a year ago by the administration...
5 September 2015 8:07
Austria and Germany have agreed to take in hundreds of refugees who broke away from Hungarian police and began marching towards Western Europe after days of being stranded at Budapest’s international train station.
Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann announced the decision on Saturday after speaking with his German counterpart Angela Merkel.
Following the announcement, Hungary started providing buses, which would pick up the...
4 September 2015 18:25
First Minister of Scotland and the leader of the Scottish National Party, Nicola Sturgeon says Scotland is prepared to take in refugees in order to help ease the crisis in Europe.
Speaking at a summit on the refugee crisis, Sturgeon said Scotland should allow 1,000 asylum seekers “as a starting point for a meaningful discussion." She said that there is cross-party...
4 September 2015 18:20
Amid mounting domestic and international pressures, British Prime Minister David Cameron has finally announced that his country will take in thousands more Syrian refugees.
Cameron said his government would “act with head and heart” in response to the crisis and suffering of the refugees. He made the announcement after meeting with his Portuguese counterpart, Pedro Passos Coelho in Lisbon.
“We have already...
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