Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has acknowledged an “error” in a book of his which reportedly reproduces parts of a diplomat’s speech without referencing him, just a week after being accused of plagiarising his thesis.
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen expressed outrage yesterday after being ordered to undergo psychiatric tests for tweeting pictures of atrocities committed by the Islamic State (IS) group.
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government has decided to drop nearly Rs1.6tn ($13.11bn) worth projects from the Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP), with the aim to divert public funds towards schemes that are already being implemented.
Theresa May was forced to insist her Chequers plan was not dead and accused European Union leaders of engaging in “negotiating tactics” after she was ambushed at the end of Salzburg summit when Donald Tusk declared that her proposals would not work.
Sewing needles were taken off the shelves at a major Australian supermarket chain yesterday amid a national panic over sharp objects being found inside strawberries and other fruit.
Shinzo Abe vowed yesterday to press on with revising Japan’s pacifist constitution after winning a historic third term as party head that set him on course to become the country’s longest-serving premier.