After the Iranian president warned Donald Trump that “war with Iran is the mother of all wars”, Trump responded with a direct tweet. Posting on Twitter at 11.24 pm ET on Sunday night, Trump wrote: “NEVER, EVER THREATEN THE UNITED STATES AGAIN”. “WE ARE NO...
London was voted the most desirable city to work for overseas employees, according to a survey of 366,000 workers from almost 200 countries. Despite continued concerns regarding Brexit-related uncertainty, London beat out New York, Berlin and Barcelona, according to the latest...
Spain's prime minister has said that the country will welcome the 629 migrants on board the stranded rescue vessel MS Aquarius. Pedro Sánchez is offering the boat "safe harbour" in Valencia after both Italy and Malta refused to let the ship enter...
The International Monetary Fund has agreed to provide Argentina with a $50 billion (£37 billion) loan agreement. The deal has led to widespread protests but the Argentinian government hope the loan will fight inflation and strengthen the country's economy. "The package includes...
At least 28 Palestinians have been shot and killed by Israeli troops in Gaza, according to Palestinian officials. The health officials have said that 900 Palestinians have been wounded, 450 of them by live bullets before the opening of the US embassy...
The Palestinian president, Mahmoud Abbas, has said he "fully respects the Jewish faith" after formally apologising for accusations of antisemitism in a recent speech.  Israel's prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, took to Twitter to accuse Abbas of antisemitism, writing: “Once a Holocaust denier, always a...
Kim Jong-un has become the first North-Korean leader to cross the border with South Korea, to “write a new chapter” for the two states. South Korean leader Moon Jae-in and Kim both shook hands at the border, which has divided the...
Amber Rudd has said the government will create a new team that will ensure no more Windrush-era citizens will be classified as illegal immigrants. The home secretary apologised to those who arrived in the UK as children from the Commonwealth...
European stocks fell on Wednesday with the Dow expected to follow, amid rising trade tensions between China and the U.S. Investors reacted nervously to the news that China had responded to Washington's detailing of proposed tariffs on 1,300 Chinese products at...
The Green Alliance is urging ministers to bring forward their 2040 ban on new diesel and petrol car by ten years.  The UK thinktank has said that bringing the ban forward by a decade would nearly halve oil imports and almost...
Donald Trump has accepted an invitation to meet with North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un. In a series of developments, the US President will discuss missile and nuclear programmes following months of tensions between the two leaders.  “President Trump has said for some...
The US's three richest people have the same amount of wealth as the poorest 160 million people. According to the Institute for Policy Studies, which released the report on Wednesday, has said that inequality in the US is reaching a “moral...
Charities will be told they must improve standards in order for people to regain trust in the sector.  The Charity Commission and Penny Mordaunt, the international development secretary, are to warn charities that now is a “crucial moment” and steps must be...
Speaking to state governors at the White House, Donald Trump criticized officers who were outside the school in Florida at the time of the shooting.  Attacking an armed sheriff’s deputy who failed to enter the school, Trump said that the officers who...
The US President has announced plans to launch the "largest ever" package of sanctions against North Korea. Donald Trump is hoping to crack down with new sanctions that will target over 50 vessels, shipping and trading companies, which according to the...
Oxfam has made an official apology to the Haitian government following allegations of sexual exploitation by the organisation's staff. Simon Ticehurst and Margalida Massot, two of Oxfam's senior staff, met with Haiti’s minister of planning and external cooperation on Monday to offer...
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has stepped down from representing Oxfam, saying he is "deeply disappointed" in the charities most recent scandal. His resignation comes following Oxfam's sex scandal, where Oxfam aid workers coerced women to have sex “in exchange for aid” in...
The Charity Commission is to start an investigation after it emerged that staff hired prostitutes while delivering aid in Haiti, 2011. Helen Evans, who worked as Oxfam's global head of safeguarding between 2012 and 2015, said that an Oxfam aid...
Silvio Berlusconi has hoped to gain votes through his plans to deport 600,000 illegal immigrants from Italy, should his right-wing coalition enter government. The former prime minister has formed a coalition with two far-right parties and hopes to win the general...
In an interview with Piers Morgan on ITV, Donald Trump said the US could re-enter the Paris climate change if it had a “completely different deal”. Speaking with Morgan on various topics, Trump said the Paris climate change agreement was a “terrible deal”...