From next week, US migration and customs police begin to expel millions of “illegal immigrants" from the country
On June 16, it became quite obvious that the wave of street protests in Hong Kong last week that swept through Hong Kong was not a local, but a large-scale and systemic phenomenon that will continue.
When the 2016 Referendum went unexpectedly to the Leavers, the Conservative Party was handed a golden opportunity. It had only to manage a reasonable withdrawal, and it could look forward to a generation of electoral hegemony.
At the SCO summit in Bishkek, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi accused Pakistan of supporting terrorism and did not exchange courtesies with Imran Khan. Resentment after the February flare-up in Kashmir is still fresh
The further fate of Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks in Great Britain, remains a big question from the beginning of April, when the authorities of Ecuador, in whose embassy the Australian had been hiding for seven years, denied him asylum.
One of the tankers of the Norwegian company Frontline sank in the Gulf of Oman. Oil prices soared three percent. Who benefits from the new aggravation in the Middle East?
Eleven "new" and two "old" countries of the European Union took the initiative to accelerate the process of expanding the community through the admission of Albania and Northern Macedonia.