Media Watch

'18May
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Iran: Trump’s Break Is a Wound for Europe

The president of the United States has put at risk that historical heritage called the West, which hinges on transatlantic relations.Donald Trump did not wait until Saturday’s deadline: Last night, after giving...
'18May
17

Royal love story exposes Britain's 'quiet and unique brand of racism'

Meghan Markle has described herself as a "strong, confident mixed-race woman." George Pimentel "I feel like racism in the U.K...
'18May
16

EU launches nine-point economic plan to rescue Iran nuclear deal

The foreign ministers of France, Germany and the United Kingdom, along with Iran's foreign minister, have agreed on a nine-point economic plan to keep the Iran nuclear deal alive.Meeting in Brussels on Tuesday, the...
'18May
16

Europe offers no guarantees but vows to keep Iran deal alive

European powers vowed to keep the 2015 nuclear deal alive without the United States by trying to keep Iran’s oil and investment flowing, but admitted they would struggle to provide the guarantees Tehran seeks....
'18May
16

Iran's Zarif Hails 'Good Start' In Talks With EU On Nuclear Deal

RFE/RL May 15, 2018Iran's foreign minister says Tehran and European powers have made a "good start" in talks over how to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal in the wake of Washington's withdrawal.Mohammed Javad Zarif...
'18May
16

Europe adopts defiant stance in attempt to save Iran nuclear deal

BRUSSELS — The European Union’s chief diplomat took a defiant stance Tuesday after meeting with Iran’s foreign minister and other top European diplomats to try to salvage the Iran nuclear deal following President...
'18May
15

MI5, May and Johnson Keeping Brits in the Dark

Reading the morning newspapers, the Times in particular, they were suggesting, in no uncertain terms, that the UK's top spook, Andrew Parker, was going to really put the boot into Russia over the Skripal case and...
'18May
15

"Stop Israeli State Slaughter": WATCH Protests Against Gaza Violence in London

Londoners have taken to the streets in order to protest the recent escalation of violence in the Gaza Strip in the wake of the US embassy's opening in Jerusalem on Monday and mass protests that turned deadly as ...
'18May
15

Gaza’s Desperation Resurrects Appeal to Avatar Fans

By Omar Talab and Bertie WnekThis week, as the ‘Great March of Return’ entered its sixth week in Gaza, Palestinian protesters dressed as Na’vi from James Cameron’s $2.7 billion box-offices breaking Avatar (2009) in...
'18May
14

Barnier: 'Little progress' in Brexit talks since March

Brexit talks have made "little" progress since March, the EU's chief negotiator has said.Michel Barnier said there was a "risk of failure" in two key areas - Northern Ireland, and how the agreement will be governed...

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