Corbyn says Labour now backs a new Brexit referendum in all circumstances
Jeremy Corbyn says that Labour now supports holding a referendum on any Brexit deal in a significant shift towards the party becoming an unequivocal pro-referendum party.
Serbia places forces on alert after Kosovo police operation in Serb-populated north
Serbia ordered its troops on full alert on Tuesday and Russia accused Kosovo of provocation after a Kosovan police anti-crime operation in a region populated mainly by Serbs led to clashes.
Food, fuel ships to Venezuela are being sabotaged, says Maduro
Ships carrying food and fuel intended for Venezuela have been sabotaged to prevent them from reaching their destination, President Nicolas Maduro has said, labeling the acts “torture to the economic body of the country.”
Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz ousted in no-confidence vote
Austria’s chancellor has been ousted in a no-confidence vote just a day after his centre-right party enjoyed a triumphant night in the European elections, after opposition politicians lost faith in his handling of a corruption scandal that has engulfed his former far-right coalition partner.
“Yellow Vest” Facebook group with 350,000 members frozen on European election day
On Sunday, polling day in the European elections, the largest Facebook group associated with the “yellow vest” protests in France, with more than 350,000 members, was frozen so that members could not publish or share information in it.
French rights group moves to block Saudi arms cargo
A French humanitarian group is seeking to block a delivery of munitions to a Saudi ship docked at a port in southern France, arguing the weapons will be used to commit war crimes in Saudi Arabia’s conflict with Yemen.
France will take 'necessary steps' to seek to avoid Iraq executing four of its nationals
France on Monday confirmed that an Iraqi court that sentenced four French citizens to death as members of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant had jurisdiction to do so but said it would take "the necessary steps" to try to prevent them from being executed.
From Colombia, Venezuelan defectors arm themselves to 'liberate' their homeland
Wearing camouflage shirts and combat boots, a Venezuelan militia group stands in formation in the Colombian city of Cucuta as their commander, a former Venezuelan army sergeant, outlines plans to seize towns across the border before heading to Caracas to help oust President Nicolas Maduro.
Maoist rebels attack Indian government forces, wounding 11
Police say Maoist rebels have triggered a blast in eastern India, wounding eight paramilitary soldiers and three police officers carrying out a search operation in a forested area.
Malaysia to Return Plastic Waste to Western Nations
Malaysia announced on Tuesday that their government is planning on sending over 3,300 tonnes of non-recyclable plastic waste to several Western nations.