US Threatens France With Tariffs On French Goods
The US government has proposed a wave of tariffs on French goods Monday as they released a report finding that a new French tax on American digital services represents a barrier to trade.
Why White House Won’t Participate In Trump Impeachment Hearing
United States president, Donald Trump and his lawyers would not participate in a House Judiciary Committee impeachment hearing this week.
11 Injured In New Orleans Shooting
Eleven people were wounded in a shooting early Sunday in New Orleans’ French Quarter, a popular tourist hub, US police said, adding that two of the victims were in a critical condition.
Police Shoot Man On London Bridge After Knife Attack (Video)
Armed police shot a man on London Bridge after several people were stabbed on Friday, reviving memories of a terror attack two years ago that killed eight.
Npower Reveals Reason It Is Axing Up To 4,500 Jobs Under Closure Plan
The new owner of energy firm, Npower says it is cutting up to 4,500 United Kingdom (UK) jobs as part of a plan to make it more profitable.
Trump Makes Surprise Visit To Afghanistan, Meets Country’s President
U.S. President Donald Trump paid a surprise visit to Afghanistan on Thursday evening, meeting with his Afghan counterpart Mohammad Ashraf Ghani and spending Thanksgiving with U.S. troops stationed in the country, Concise News reports.
South Africa Court Rejects Zuma Appeal To Prevent Corruption Trial
A South African court on Friday rejected an appeal by former President Jacob Zuma that sought to prevent his prosecution on corruption charges over a 2 billion dollars arms deal.
UK PM Johnson Reveals When Britain Will Leave EU
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday said that Britain would leave the EU by January 31, Concise News reports.
Japan Loses Former Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone
Former Japanese Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone has died at the age of 101, Concise News understands, according to NHK television.
US Reacts As North Korea Fires Two ‘Unidentified Projectiles’
South Korea has revealed that North Korea fired two “unidentified projectiles” on Thursday, as nuclear talks between Pyongyang and Washington remain deadlocked.
Queen Elizabeth Announces When She Will Retire
Queen Elizabeth will be retiring in eighteen months when she turns 95, leaving her son, Prince Charles the ruling reins, Concise News understands.
Many Injured As Plane Crashes In Canada
The Canadian Police has said that a small airplane has crashed in the eastern part of the country on Wednesday evening causing “numerous fatalities”.
House Committee Invites Trump To Impeachment Inquiry Hearing
United States House Judiciary Committee has invited President Donald Trump and his counsel to an impeachment inquiry hearing holding on December 4.
US Issues Burkina Faso Travel Warning To Citizens
The United States of America has advised its citizens not to travel to Burkina Faso “due to terrorism, crime, and kidnapping”.
UN Condemns Attacks On Civilians In DR Congo
The UN Security Council on Tuesday condemned attacks against civilians and a UN base in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Fire Threatens Houses In California As Firefighters Battle Inferno
California firefighters on Tuesday battled a wind-driven brush fire that grew out of control overnight near Santa Barbara, threatening thousands of homes and prompting evacuation orders.
Pope Francis Meets Japan’s Fukushima Victims
Pope Francis met victims of the 2011 earthquake, tsunami and nuclear accident, which he calls Japan’s “triple disaster,” in Tokyo on Monday as he raised doubts about the use of nuclear power.
Trump Fires US Navy Chief Over Handling Of Discipline Case
US President Donald Trump has sacked the chief of the US Navy in a dispute over an elite SEAL commando whose demotion for misconduct was reversed by the president.
23 Feared Dead As Plane Crashes In Congo
A small plane carrying 19 passengers and crew crashed on takeoff Sunday into a densely populated area of Goma in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the airline and witnesses said.
Xenophobia: UNGA President Speaks On Discrimination In Africa
Prof. Tijjani Muhammad-Bande, the President of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) says no African country is silent on racism and xenophobia, as all nations on the continent condemned such actions.
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