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Breaking News: Private Jet crashed at Ataturk Airport runway in Turkey

By Special Correspondent in Istanbul :- A private jet crashed and caught fire at the largest Ataturk air port of Turkey in Istanbul. The private jet crashed on the run way. Firefighters are working to...

We want it in writing – Scotland and Wales seek clarity on post-Brexit powers

LONDON (Reuters) - Scotland and Wales proposed changes on Wednesday to the central UK government’s Brexit bill in an attempt to bed down their current powers which they fear could be weakened after Brexit. Scotland’s...

Police arrest three in Wales over London train bomb attack

NEWPORT, Wales (Reuters) - British police arrested three men in south Wales over last week’s bombing of a busy commuter train in west London, meaning five people are now being questioned by detectives over...

Shopping surge in August boosts British rate hike bets

LONDON (Reuters) - British retail sales unexpectedly surged in August, boosting chances the Bank of England will raise interest rates for the first time in a decade at its next meeting. More downbeat news, however,...

May urges internet firms to remove extremist content quicker

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May urged social media companies on Wednesday to more swiftly remove “terrorist content” from the internet, with the aim of stopping it from being uploaded in the...

UN roots for enhanced data collection to fix food security crises in Africa

NAIROBI,  (Xinhua) -- The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) will avail financial resources and technical expertise to help African countries collect data on agriculture that is key to addressing food security crises...

Ronaldo returns as Madrid aim to pressure leaders Barcelona

MADRID (Reuters) - Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo will return to action against Real Betis on Wednesday after serving a five-match suspension, as the champions look to keep the pressure on La Liga leaders...

Duterte invites U.N. rights body to open Philippine office as drug killings climb

MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday invited the United Nations’ human rights monitor to set up office in the country and join all anti-narcotic operations, amid growing public and global criticism...

UK government, including Johnson, united behind May’s Brexit plan – spokeswoman

LONDON (Reuters) - British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and the rest of Prime Minister Theresa May’s top team of ministers are united behind the government’s plan for Brexit, May’s spokeswoman said on Monday. Johnson was...

Ex-England captain Wayne Rooney pleads guilty to drink-driving

LONDON (Reuters) - Former England soccer captain Wayne Rooney received a two-year driving ban on Monday after pleading guilty in a British court to drink-driving, the Press Association news agency reported. Rooney apologized for his...