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Europe might face famine: Putin bans export of all...

By Ray White – CEO - LIPR The President of Russia, Mr. Vladimir Putin has signed a decree declaring that Russia would no longer sell vital raw materials to countries that it considered “unfriendly”. These include most of the nations of the West. This step is a

Lawyer approaches Indian Supreme Court challenging Agnipath scheme

New Delhi: A “Public Interest Litigation” (PIL) petition filed in the Indian Supreme Court challenging the “Agnipath Scheme”, saying the recruitment in the armed forces under the scheme will cause "serious injury" to citizens, the institution of the armed forces and the country as a

Belgium takes back mothers and children from Syria

Brussels: Belgium’s judicial authorities said on Tuesday they have repatriated six women of Belgian citizenship who were held in a Syrian detention camp for foreigners affiliated with Daesh, along with 16 children. The federal prosecutor’s office said it’s the second repatriation operation of this kind after

UK set for biggest rail strike in decades

London: Britain s railway network this week faces its biggest strike action in more than three decades in a row over pay, as soaring inflation erodes earnings, triggering fears of wider industrial action. Last-ditch talks to avert a strike broke down Monday afternoon, meaning more than