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Assange appears in British court to fight US extradition bid

Assange appears in British court to fight US extradition bid

Julian Assange appeared before a British court on Monday to fight an extradition request from the United States which wants to put the 48-year-old on trial for hacking government computers ...

British supermarket Sainsbury’s launches exclusively at Al Meera

British supermarket Sainsbury’s launches exclusively at Al Meera

Customers can now buy products by Sainsbury’s in Qatar with the launch of the leading British supermarket chain at Al Meera.

Airbus to pay out 3.6 bn euros in French, British, US graft probes

Airbus to pay out 3.6 bn euros in French, British, US graft probes

Airbus is set to pay total penalties of just under 3.6 billion euros (4 billion dollars) to settle investigations in France, Britain and the United States, French prosecutors said on Friday.

Qatari-British relations are strong, historic: envoy

Qatari-British relations are strong, historic: envoy

Ambassador of UK to Qatar Ajay Sharma has stressed that the two countries enjoy strong and historic relations.

British PM Johnson, on campaign trail, to pledge swift resolution on Brexit

British PM Johnson, on campaign trail, to pledge swift resolution on Brexit

Prime Minister Boris Johnson will promise on Wednesday to end the delays over Britain's departure from the European Union if he wins next month's election ...

Booker Prize winner Evaristo hopes to build ties with African and British readers

Booker Prize winner Evaristo hopes to build ties with African and British readers

Author Bernardine Evaristo hopes her Booker Prize-winning novel will help to alter perceptions of black British people among African readers and Britons she sees as grappling with heightened racial tension.

British top court hears more evidence on suspension of parliament

British top court hears more evidence on suspension of parliament

Britain's highest court heard arguments for a second day Wednesday on whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament was unlawful or not.

British opposition leader calls for election to end Brexit 'crisis'

British opposition leader calls for election to end Brexit 'crisis'

British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn called on Monday for a general election to try to end the Brexit impasse, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson came under pressure to recall parliament.

British, Irish leaders to attend funeral of Northern Irish journalist

British, Irish leaders to attend funeral of Northern Irish journalist

British Prime Minister Theresa May and Irish President Michael D Higgins plan to attend Wednesday's funeral of journalist Lyra McKee, who was shot dead while observing rioting in Northern Ireland last week.

Brexit delayed? British PM May to request short extension

Brexit delayed? British PM May to request short extension

Prime Minister Theresa May will request a short delay to Brexit on Wednesday after her failure to get a deal ratified by parliament left the United Kingdom's divorce from the European Union in turmoil.

British PM May seeks more time: promises vote on Brexit deal by March 12

British PM May seeks more time: promises vote on Brexit deal by March 12

British Prime Minister Theresa May promised on Sunday to offer lawmakers a vote on her Brexit deal by March 12, the latest delay in her attempt to win approval for a plan ...

British lawmakers: Facebook 'knowingly' violated data privacy laws

British lawmakers: Facebook 'knowingly' violated data privacy laws

British lawmakers on Monday accused Facebook of ‘intentionally and knowingly’ violating data privacy and anti-competition laws as they called for social media companies ...