Starmer's hope has turned into belief he will be next PM | Beth Rigby

Boris Johnson deposed, turmoil in the markets triggered by Trussonomics, Sir Keir Starmer finds himself catapulted from the Labour leader

Read more

Musk accuses SEC of unlawfully muzzling him | Business and Economy News

Musk needs to get prior approval before tweeting about Tesla, a requirement he called ‘government-imposed muzzle’. US securities regulators are

Read more

Security forces killed dozens of civilians: Ethiopia rights body

Ethiopian Human Rights Commission said Wednesday that security forces had killed dozens of civilians in Gambella in June suspected of

Read more

Colombia-Venezuela border reopening raises hopes, new questions | Border Disputes News

Bogota, Colombia – Residents on both sides of the Colombia-Venezuela border turned out en masse this week to welcome the

Read more

Cabinet to be asked to find 'efficiency savings' in Whitehall despite Truss promising no cuts

Liz Truss’s cabinet is to be asked to find “efficiency savings” in Whitehall budgets, Sky News understands, putting huge pressure

Read more

US sees promising results in early data of monkeypox vaccine

The monkeypox vaccine is highly effective, protecting people as early as two weeks after the first dose, the U.S. Centers

Read more

Taliban signs ‘preliminary’ deal with Russia for oil, gas, wheat | Taliban News

The agreement comes as Afghanistan faces a worsening humanitarian crisis. Afghanistan’s government has signed a provisional agreement with Russia to

Read more

North fires 2 ballistic missiles on eve of Harris' Seoul visit

With U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris’ set to visit to Seoul Thursday, North Korea fired two short-range ballistic missiles off

Read more

Starmer urges recall of parliament saying government has 'lost control of economy'

Sir Keir Starmer has called for a recall of parliament to discuss the financial market turmoil following Friday’s mini-budget. Speaking

Read more

US says military killed 12 civilians in 2021, sparking scepticism | Conflict News

The United States Department of Defense, which has for years been accused of vastly under-investigating and under-reporting civilian casualties, has

Read more