Putin to attend Austrian foreign minister's wedding, reportedly with gift of a Cossack choir
Washington Post, 18 August at 10:19
BERLIN – It's the wedding event of the Austrian summer, and all the stars of the country's political universe will be there. Plus one very special foreign guest. When Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl gets married at a vineyard in the hills of southern
Sandhurst: Police to investigate 'waterboarding' claims
BBC News, 18 August at 09:45
Military police are investigating claims that two cadets "waterboarded" a fellow recruit at Sandhurst. The Sun reported two officer cadets allegedly held down an individual, covered his face with a cloth and poured water over it, creating the sensation
BREXIT REVEALED: These five European industries could be devastated by no-deal exit
Express.co.uk, 18 August at 09:02
This week, the details of 80 planning notices set to be released by the UK Government's no-deal preparations team emerged. With talks hanging finely in the balance, the Department for Exiting the European Union is hoping to inform British business of
Imran Khan sworn in as prime minister of Pakistan
The Guardian, 18 August at 09:02
Pakistan's cricket star-turned-politician Imran Khan has been sworn in as prime minister after his party won the most votes in last month's election despite protests by opposition parties, which accuse the security services of intervening on his behalf
Imran Khan being sworn in as Pakistan prime minister
BBC News, 18 August at 07:51
Former cricketer Imran Khan is being sworn-in as the new prime minister of Pakistan, more than two decades after he entered politics. He was elected prime minister in a vote at the country's National Assembly on Friday. His PTI party won the most seats
Kerala floods: PM Modi inspects flood rescue effort
BBC News, 18 August at 06:58
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in the southern state of Kerala to see for himself the devastation caused by what officials say is the worst flooding in a century. He arrived late on Friday and is due to be flown over the worst-hit areas. At
Ex-CIA directors issue unprecedented Trump condemnation
Daily Mail, 18 August at 05:03
Former CIA directors and another half dozen of America's most senior spies have issued an unprecedented condemnation of President Donald Trump, after his decision to blacklist their colleague John Brennan. In a statement, ex-CIA bosses appointed by ...
UK weather forecast: Britain braced for wet weekend as Storm Ernesto rips its way across Atlantic
Mirror.co.uk, 18 August at 05:01
Britain is braced for more wet weather as Storm Ernesto rips its way across the Atlantic. Much of country will be lashed with strong winds and driving rain when remnants of the subtropical storm arrive overnight tonight.
Furor over revoked security clearance grows as Trump said to threaten more
The Guardian, 18 August at 05:00
President suggests first target would be DoJ official Bruce Ohr amid report a list of prominent figures has been drafted. John Brennan: White House revokes security clearance of ex-CIA chief and Trump critic · Julia Carrie Wong · @juliacarriew · Email.
Brexit: Nigel Farage to go 'on the road' with Leave group
BBC News, 18 August at 04:52
Nigel Farage has announced he is going "back on the road" to campaign against the prime minister's Brexit plan. Writing for the Daily Telegraph, the UKIP MEP said Theresa May's Chequers agreement was a "sell-out" because it included regulatory ...
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