ANKARA Praising Turkey’s efforts for Syrian refugees, a UN official said its policies should be model for others. “Turkey did great job for Syrian refugees. It will continue to respond to the need of them,” Jean-Marie Garelli, deputy representative
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has proposed holding early elections to restock the National Assembly, currently headed by opposition leader and self-declared interim president Juan Guaido backed by US. Read Full Article at RT.com
That’s according to motorsport legend Alex Criville, who insists the beleaguered star will get his career back on track this weekend. Lorenzo has had a turgid few months and is yet to get into his stride. The Spaniard, who was ditched by Ducati last
Williamina Paton Stevens Fleming was a Scottish astronomer During her career she helped develop a common designation system for stars and cataloged thousands of stars and other astronomical phenomena Among several career achievements that
Sheffield Chamber boss Richard Wright: High-speed costs rail worth paying for Yorkshire’s long-term growth
Like all big projects, HS2 attracts lots of emotion and differences of opinion. It has its issues and nobody can minimise the disruption it will cause to people and environments along its route. The issue is whether the benefits justify the costs.
Unemployment in Scotland has dropped to its lowest level of 3.2% after five consecutive months of record-low figures. Latest statistics indicate that there were 89,000 Scots registered as unemployed in the first quarter of 2019, a drop of 24.5%
Thatcher: A Very British Revolution, a landmark BBC2 documentary, charts the rise and dramatic downfall of Britain’s first female PM Margaret Thatcher was dismissed as “bizarre, ridiculous and bigoted” by her male colleagues when she became leader
ANDY HALLIDAY knows any season where Rangers don’t win silverware can’t be classed as a successful one. But the 27-year-old can have more confidence than ever before heading into the new campaign that the Light Blues are on the right track under
(Greenleaf)Inspired by a cappella Sacred Harp singing, the trumpeter also pays tribute to Carla Bley and Mary Lou Williams in this intensely personal trio set Trumpeter Dave Douglas emerged in the 1980s with soul-jazz piano star Horace Silver, a
After the spectacular corruption scandal which brought down Austria's far-right leader Heinz-Christian Strache, the task of salvaging the fortunes of his Freedom Party (FPOe) will now fall to his unassuming deputy, Norbert Hofer.
A FRIEND of mine just got a job in a mid-sized multinational tech firm.It took her nine interviews over eight weeks.Some of these were online, some were in person: all took place on separate occasions.The job is not an executive role, but a