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Queen pulls out of visiting climate change conference
Rishi: Our New Age Of Optimism
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ISIS ‘Plotting Terror Attacks In Months'
DEFENCE Secretary Ben Wallace says the likelihood of terrorist attacks on the UK from ISIS in Afghanistan will increase – unless the Taliban counters the threat.
Wage Rises Must Be Earned Or Risk Stoking Inflation
‘Vicious spiral will have a knock-on effect on the private workforce’
Ross party axed as his girl falls ill
JONATHAN Ross has called off his celebrity Halloween party this year as his daughter Betty battles a serious health condition.
Police under fire over eco climbers' stunt
POLICE were accused of “standing and watching” as animal rights activists scaled a government HQ.
Restaurant treat for Esther, 100
A SECOND World war Army veteran has celebrated her 100th just months after fighting off Covid.
Finally...Japanese princess marries commoner ‘prince'
JAPAN’S Princess Mako gained a husband and lost her royal status and £940,000 when she married her college sweetheart yesterday.
Ex-soldier admits to stalking TV Louise
A FORMER soldier has been warned he faces jail after admitting the online stalking of TV presenter Louise Minchin and her adult daughter Mia.
Ex-minister accuses lobbying inquiry of role in wife's suicide
FORMER Cabinet minister Owen Paterson has attacked a parliamentary sleaze probe for playing a major part in his wife’s suicide.
Afghanistan – The Long Road Ahead
The war may be over, but for refugees from the Taliban the battle has just begun
Biden's Benghazi Moment
How the deadly Kabul AIRPORT ATTACK and bungled Afghanistan pullout could HAUNT HIS PRESIDENCY–and cost him the midterms.
Kabul's Iron Lady
Nargis Nehan is working to reform a troubled ministry and get Afghanistan’s vast mineral resources out of the ground.
WOMEN PROTEST IN KABUL OVER CLOSURE OF SCHOOLS FOR GIRLS IN AFGHANISTAN
Dozens of women came out on the streets of Kabul on Tuesday to protest against the closure of schools for girls and slammed the international community for their inaction about what is going on in Afghanistan.
EU plans to reopen diplomatic mission in Kabul
The European Union is seeking to reopen its diplomatic mission in Afghanistan in months time as the bloc is looking to enhance its engagement with the new Taliban government.
TALIBAN WARNS NEW POLITICAL OUTFIT IN AFGHANISTAN AGAINST PICKING UP ARMS
Taliban on Saturday warned the new political outfit called the “High Council of National Resistance of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan” consisting of former government officials along with mujahideen leaders and said making resistance front and picking up arms will not gain good results.
Afghanistan unveils plan to boost employment, combat food crisis
Afghanistan's Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock on Sunday launched a plan to create jobs and fight a potential food crisis amid the continuous rise of poverty and unemployment.
PROTEST TURNS VIOLENT IN KABUL AS TALIBAN BEAT UP JOURNALISTS, WOMEN
A group of women staged a protest in Kabul on Thursday demanding that schools be opened for girls, but the protest grew violent and the Taliban beat up the protesters who included women and journalists, local media reported.
Pak foreign min makes 1st visit to Kabul after Taliban takeover
Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi met the interim Afghan PM Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund in Kabul on Thursday on his first visit to the country after the Taliban ousted the American-backed government there in mid-August.
US offers to pay family of those killed in botched Kabul strike
An Afghan woman whose father and fiancé both died in a US drone strike in Kabul.