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Johnson and von der Leyen decide fate of Brexit deal

Johnson and von der Leyen decide fate of Brexit deal

  • "The prime minister will leave no stone unturned in this process, but he is absolutely clear: any agreement must be fair and respect the fundamental position that the UK will be a sovereign nation in three weeks' time," the source said.
Updated 13 Dec, 2020 06:11pm
India is neither ‘responsible’ nor a ‘democracy’: FO rejects MEA’s attempt to deny responsibility following disinformation exposé
Pakistan

India is neither ‘responsible’ nor a ‘democracy’: FO rejects MEA’s attempt to deny responsibility following disinformation exposé

  • "The report by EU DisinfoLab goes to further corroborate our long-held position about India’s incurable obsession with Pakistan and its unrelenting smear campaign against Pakistan," FO said.
  • It is time that the world saw the reality of India as a state-sponsor of terrorism and a purveyor of anti-Pakistan propaganda globally, FO added.
Updated 12 Dec, 2020 06:47pm
Pakistan urges UN, EU to probe report exposing Indian propaganda network
Pakistan

Pakistan urges UN, EU to probe report exposing Indian propaganda network

  • The investigation report uncovered a network consisting of 265 fake local media outlets in 65 countries, serving New Delhi’s interest as well as multiple dubious think tanks and NGOs.
  • "We urge the UN human rights machinery, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights as well as human rights experts to take a serious look as to how a prestigious platform such as the human rights council was thus misused," says Qureshi.
Published 11 Dec, 2020 05:44pm
EU opens path for sanctions against Turkey

EU opens path for sanctions against Turkey

  • "The chosen measures will be sanctions on individuals, and supplementary measures could be decided if Turkey pursues its actions," a diplomat told AFP.
Published 11 Dec, 2020 08:45am
Post-Brexit borders to divide EU, UK citizens
World

Post-Brexit borders to divide EU, UK citizens

  • Even Britons settled under the Withdrawal Agreement will no longer have automatic rights to a different EU country, and will face national immigration laws if they want to do so.
Published 08 Dec, 2020 11:58am
Last month the hottest November on record: EU
World

Last month the hottest November on record: EU

  • With just over 1C of warming so far, Earth is already dealing with the devastation caused by more frequent and stronger extreme weather events such as wildfires and tropical storms.
Published 07 Dec, 2020 12:01pm
PM Johnson and EU chief seek to break Brexit impasse
World

PM Johnson and EU chief seek to break Brexit impasse

  • If the two sides fail to reach a deal, the five-year Brexit divorce will end messily just as Britain and Europe grapple with the vast economic cost of the COVID-19 outbreak. *“We keep calm, as always, and if there is still a way, we will see,” EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier told broadcasters in London as he left for Brussels.
Published 05 Dec, 2020 07:59pm
Pakistani flights denied by EU once again
Pakistan

Pakistani flights denied by EU once again

In June, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) had banned the national flag carrier from flying to European locations over safety concerns. The EASA took the initiative days after PIA grounded several pilots over "dubious qualifications licenses" and in view of the PIA Airbus crash incident on May 22.
Updated 03 Dec, 2020 08:05pm