London: Britain’s Queen Elizabeth said she was irritated by world leaders who talk about climate change but do nothing to address global warming.
She added it was still unclear who would turn up at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow.
The queen’s rare public foray into big
Washington: The European Union s diplomatic chief Josep Borrell said he was "ready" to meet Iranian leaders in Brussels as part of efforts to revive the faltering 2015 nuclear deal, but warned Tehran it was time to fully return to the negotiating table.
Wrapping up a
London: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Saturday visited the church where lawmaker David Amess was stabbed to death a day earlier in what police say they are treating as a terrorist attack.
Amess, 69, from Johnson's Conservative Party, was knifed repeatedly in the attack at
Glasgow: Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he will now attend the COP26 UN climate conference after weeks of initial hesitation.
Global leaders will meet in Glasgow next month to negotiate a new deal to stall rising global temperatures. Mr Morrison drew criticism when he indicated