France, UK and Belgium impose sanctions on Saudi Arabia by selling them more weapons

Brussels, Belgium Visibly upset by the incompetence and the amateurish way in which the Saudi secret services butchered a journalists, leading EU nations showed once again global leadership. In a joint statement in Brussels, France, Belgium and the UK pledged to impose sanctions on the Gulf State by doubling their sales of weapons to the Saudis. To top it up, the leading EU nations also … Continue reading France, UK and Belgium impose sanctions on Saudi Arabia by selling them more weapons

Ryanair voted world’s best airline by UKIP

London, UK Surprising turn of events on Sunday in the British capital, where UKIP held its prestigious “World’s best airline” annual event in a white, English neighbourhood. Although most experts and indeed UKIP members and sympathisers initially thought this year’s award will be an easy win by United Airlines, Ryanair’s latest racist episode changed everything. “It was just splendid and we had to reward Ryanair … Continue reading Ryanair voted world’s best airline by UKIP

After Macedonia changed its name, 10 other countries followed suit

Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia The Macedonian Parliament voted on Friday to pass a resolution that changes the country’s name, from the awkwardly long “Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia” to a more viking-sounding one: Republic of North Macedonia. This is expected to solve the decades old dispute with Greece and allow the small Balkan country to keep its EU membership dreams alive. Realising that it … Continue reading After Macedonia changed its name, 10 other countries followed suit

The rhinoceros Viktor Orban adopted managed to escape and was granted asylum in Budapest’s Ecuadorian Embassy

Budapest, Hungary Only hours after Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban boosted on social media that he got himself a brand new rhinoceros, the visibly distressed animal managed to escape Orban’s shed and run free through the streets of Budapest, the Hungarian capital. The Ecuadorian Ambassador was quick to spot the animal while eating a dinner gulash with her husband in downtown Budapest. She immediately called … Continue reading The rhinoceros Viktor Orban adopted managed to escape and was granted asylum in Budapest’s Ecuadorian Embassy

Brexit postponed to 2056: Theresa May is waiting for a competent British leader to take UK out of the EU

Brussels, Belgium In an expected turn of events, Theresa May and the EU leaders agreed on Thursday that the Brexit transition period should be extended. Following the press conference, both parties seemed to be in a merry mood, as they were relieved that an ordeal finished. “It is probably the first time we’ve been honest in our talks” said Theresa May in front of the … Continue reading Brexit postponed to 2056: Theresa May is waiting for a competent British leader to take UK out of the EU

Saudi prince denies knowing journalist fate: “I don’t know if the men I sent hanged, shot or stoned him”

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Prince Mohammed Bin Salam of Saudi Arabia finally broke the silence on Tuesday and declared his innocence. During a press conference held in the Saudi capital with journalists participating via Skype from safe, un-named countries, MBS ¬†answered questions related to the killing of Jamal Khashoggi. “I cannot properly answer your question because I simply do not have the complete answer. I sent … Continue reading Saudi prince denies knowing journalist fate: “I don’t know if the men I sent hanged, shot or stoned him”

Study finds metal smuggling contributes to achieving recycling targets and boosting a circular economy

Wetwank, Yorkshire A study by British scientists at the University of Heavy and Rare Metals (UHRM) in Wetwank, Yorkshire, found that countries are more likely to reach their recycling targets if they are more lenient towards metal smugglers. The study looked at 23 countries within and outside the European Union (EU) and in all but two cases, their hypothesis was validated by data on the … Continue reading Study finds metal smuggling contributes to achieving recycling targets and boosting a circular economy