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Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban adjusts his tie as he arrives for an EU summit at the Chateau de Versailles, in Versailles, west of Paris, Thursday, March 10, 2022
AP / Michel Euler
2022-08-04, The Hill
Viktor Orbán, Hungary’s controversial prime minister and an ally of former President Trump, issued a call for conservatives in Europe and the United States to unite in...
In this Friday, Dec. 21, 2018, photo, migrants sit in a rubber dinghy after Proactiva Open Arms, a Spanish NGO, spotted and rescued them in the Central Mediterranean Sea at 45 miles (72 kilometers) from Al Khums, Lybia.
AP / Olmo Calvo
2022-08-01, Hastings Tribune
BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union’s top court ruled Monday that national maritime authorities cannot impound ships involved in search-and-rescue work on suspicion that...
Evan Webb, left, and Erik Yablou harvest organic potatoes, Wednesday, July 23, 2008, at Piedmont Biofarm in Pittsboro, N.C.. FoodLogiQ is working with farmers and distributors to incorporate a tracking system that will identify the specific farm where the food is produced. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)
AP / Gerry Broome
2022-07-29, The Liberty Beacon
We are very pleased to feature the following superb article from the wonderful OffGuardian, which we recommend for intelligent, perspicacious, hard-hitting and...
Reuters: HONG KONG, Aug 8 (Reuters Breakingviews) - Chinese officials love enumeration: the "Three Represents" outlines the responsibilities of the Chinese Communist Party; the "Five Confidences" codify socialism with Chinese characteristics. The...
Reuters: BRUSSELS, Aug 8 (Reuters) - Tensions are mounting ahead of this year's U.N. climate summit, as vulnerable countries ramp up demands for rich countries to pay compensation for losses inflicted on the world’s poorest people by climate change. When diplomats...
Bitter Winter English: On International Friendship Day 2022, scholars, human rights activists, and Tai Ji Men dizi discussed the power of friendship and the Tai Ji Men case. by DanielaBovolenta The poster of the webinar. On July 30, 2022, the United Nations observed the...
The Observer: French utility group Veolia has agreed to sell the UK waste business of Suez to the Australian private equity group Macquarie for €2.4bn (£2bn) to resolve competition concerns. Veolia, which agreed a €13bn deal to buy its smaller French rival last year after a...
Xinhua: Anhui, a major agricultural province in eastern China, is becoming a scientific and technological innovation hub. Find out how. #GLOBALink Produced by XinhuaGlobalService Comments Comments (0) Send You may like View...
Xinhua: "We can expect a lot more profitable operation going forward," said a Kenyan official, who highly praised the Chinese-built Standard GaugeRailway (SGR). Produced by XinhuaGlobalService Comments Comments (0) Send You may...
Public Technologies: ) Press release on the reopening of trading in Exmar Press release 08/08/2022 ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE FINANCIAL SERVICES...
Public Technologies: ) MediaRelease Regulated InformationShare buyback programme Brussels, 08 August 2022, 08:30 CEST - Titan CementInternational SA (the Company) (Euronext Brussels, ATHEX and Euronext Paris, TITC) announces that the Company and its subsidiary TITAN Cement...
The Guardian: Viktor Orbán has sent a top official to Brussels in effort to obtain Covid recovery funds worth billions of euros as deadline nears Hungary hopes to strike a deal with Brussels on blocked EU funds by the end of the year, as it races against the clock to unlock...
The Maritime Executive: Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has resulted in four interrelated security crises. The war in Ukraine is a tragedy for human security, but it affects geopolitical security as well as food and energy security. These four crises have been compounded...
Dissident Voice: Russian Foreign MinisterSergey Lavrov’s recent tour in Africa was meant to be a game changer, not only in terms of Russia’s relations with the continent, but in the global power struggle involving the US, Europe, China, India, Turkey and others....
Belfast Telegraph: Belfast City Council has paid out more than £1m in allowances to elected representatives in the last year. The 60 members each received a basic allowance of more than £15,000 and other expenses. Councillors do not receive a wage per se, instead they receive...