Rescuers sit in front of collapsed buildings caused by Mediterranean storm Daniel, in Derna, Libya.
The spectacular failure of the Trump administration to assert positive US leadership in the global fight against the coronavirus has followed years of US decline in international affairs.
Turkish lawmakers on Thursday passed a bill approving a military deployment in Libya to shore up the UN-backed government in Tripoli, which has been under sustained attack since April from a rival administration in the east of the country.
The quest for freedom through the seas comes at a great cost to human life. This is what migrants bear, and continue to bear, as they cross the Mediterranean in a dangerous bid to escape tyranny, hardship and extreme suffering.
It was fitting that Britain’s King Charles III should sponsor and deliver the opening address at the COP28 UN climate change conference in Dubai a week ago. He said the world was “dreadfully far off track” on the route to tackle climate change. He warned, “We are carrying out a vast, frightening experiment
Right-wing Italian Prime Minister Giorgio Meloni has won the election last year because of her nationalist credentials, and the nationalist position includes a strong anti-Immigration strain. But Meloni’s Italy is witnessing a surprising change in attitude towards immigrants. There is the recognition
Here’s a pair of handy rules of thumb to know we’re heading into a major election cycle: (1) Republican candidates start talking about the need to repeal the Affordable Care Act, and (2) none of them bothers to say how that will make American health care better. Sure enough, in just the last couple of
Rishi Sunak’s premiership has been rocked by the resignation of immigration minister Robert Jenrick after the PM failed to appease Tory right-wingers with his emergency Rwanda legislation. Home secretary James Cleverly unveiled a bill in the Commons to “disapply” the UK Human Rights Act in a bid