British teachers and civil servants join mass strike on ‘Walkout Wednesday’

British teachers and civil servants join mass strike on ‘Walkout Wednesday’

Up to 500,000 people are expected to take part in the British strikes The government says large wage increases will fuel inflation Schools are closed, most trains are not running More strikes involving health workers will follow next week LONDON, Feb. 1 (Reuters) – Up to half a million British teachers, civil servants and machinists … Read more

German police arrest woman for allegedly murdering doppelgänger to fake her own death

German police arrest woman for allegedly murdering doppelgänger to fake her own death

CNN — German police have arrested a woman on suspicion of murdering a lookalike she sought online to fake her own death. The 23-year-old German-Iraqi woman is being held at a prison in Ingolstadt, southern Germany, in connection with the death of a 23-year-old Algerian woman, Ingolstadt police spokesman Andreas Aichele told CNN on Tuesday. … Read more

India increases spending in final pre-election budget

India increases spending in final pre-election budget

NEW DELHI, Feb. 1 (Reuters) – The Indian government on Wednesday announced a budget of $550 billion for the next fiscal year starting April 1, setting out a plan for record investment while limiting the budget deficit. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s party, which faces elections in key states this year and a national election in … Read more

Ukraine accused by Human Rights Watch of illegal use of PFM mines in Izyum

Ukraine accused by Human Rights Watch of illegal use of PFM mines in Izyum

Comment on this story Remark KYIV, Ukraine — Human Rights Watch said on Tuesday it found evidence Ukrainian forces fired “thousands” of anti-personnel mines into Russian-held territory in eastern Ukraine. dozens of citizens. The landmines were scattered “in and around” the eastern Ukrainian city of Izyum, the New York-based organization said in a press release. … Read more

Suspects arrested after explosion at Pakistani mosque, police focus on how bomber entered

Suspects arrested after explosion at Pakistani mosque, police focus on how bomber entered

PESHAWAR, Pakistan, Feb. 1 (Reuters) – Police investigating a suicide bombing that killed more than 100 people at a Pakistani mosque said on Tuesday that several people had been arrested and they could not rule out the possibility that the terrorist internal aid had evaded security checks. The bombing was the deadliest in a decade, … Read more

Half a million Britons are taking part in the biggest strike in 12 years

Half a million Britons are taking part in the biggest strike in 12 years

LONDON, ENGLAND – JANUARY 16: Protesters from various trade unions attend a demonstration against the UK government’s plans to restrict the ability of public sector workers to strike, outside Downing Street on January 16, 2023 in London, England. (Photo by Guy Smallman/Getty Images) Guy Kleinman | Getty Images News | Getty Images LONDON – More … Read more

Missing radioactive capsule found in Western Australia

Missing radioactive capsule found in Western Australia

SYDNEY, Feb. 1 (Reuters) – Australian authorities on Wednesday found a radioactive capsule that was lost in the vast Outback after nearly a week-long search along a 1,400 km (870 mi) stretch of highway, an emergency services official said. The military verified the capsule and it would be taken to a secure facility in the … Read more

French protesters see a threat to social justice in Macron’s reform

French protesters see a threat to social justice in Macron’s reform

Large crowds marched across France on Tuesday in a new round of protests against President Emmanuel Macron’s plan to raise the retirement age, signaling the opposition’s success in framing the pensions debate as part of a wider battle against an economic platform that they consider unfair. While police and union figures differed, they all agreed … Read more

Netanyahu says he wants to hear ‘counteroffers’ to proposed judicial review

Netanyahu says he wants to hear ‘counteroffers’ to proposed judicial review

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Tuesday he is ready to “hear counter offers” to his controversial plan to radically overhaul Israel’s independent judiciary, while still defending the proposed legal shakeup to counter what he calls “extreme judicial activism.” mentioned. The prime minister said Israel “needs a strong independent judiciary, but an independent judiciary does … Read more

Orbán tells Ukraine to stop – POLITICO

Orbán tells Ukraine to stop – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article Voiced by artificial intelligence. BUDAPEST – Viktor Orbán wants Ukraine to give up. As Ukrainian flags fly over European capitals and Western tanks rush to Ukraine’s aid, the Hungarian Prime Minister openly questions Ukraine’s viability as a sovereign state. In Budapest, his government has lined the streets with … Read more