Western countries attempt to wreck Türkiye's tourism industry, says Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu, following country's announcement of arrival of 51.5 million tourists and tens of billions in tourism revenue after the pandemic.
According to local media, some asylum seekers are being kidnapped by traffickers in the UK, where at least 200 children have gone missing over the last year and a half.
Netflix's World War I German-language drama “All Quiet on the Western Front” secures a field-leading 14 nominations, with genre-bending comedies “The Banshees of Inisherin“ and “Everything Everywhere All At Once” each nominated in 10 categories.
London's Metropolitan Police plunged into further crisis after an officer admitted to being a serial rapist while colleagues missed chances to stop him for almost 20 years.
Britain is experiencing a wave of strikes across sectors ranging from healthcare to railways, as pay rises fail to keep pace with double-digit inflation.
Unions say they will only call off strikes in the next few weeks if offers are made to resolve the disputes over this year's pay settlement, but the government only wants to negotiate pay rises for next year.
Chinese tech giant Huawei declared that the company has emerged from a crisis following sanctions from US, Japan and UK due to concerns of sabotage and spying.
Average domestic energy bill in Britain roughly doubled over the last 12 months as household electricity and gas bills have rocketed across Europe after key energy producer Russia attacked Ukraine in February.
A man suspected of conspiring in an attack that blew up Pan Am flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland in 1988 is in US custody.
Teachers, nurses, and railway employees, among others, have also staged or planned industrial action to demand higher pay in light of the soaring cost of living.
A new GPS-enabled fingerprint scanner will assist the UK’s Home Office to keep a tab on those facing deportation, much to the dismay of privacy campaigners.
The true tally of child deaths from British military activity could be as high as 135 because in some cases, the people killed were listed as “son” or “daughter” with no age given, says the London-based group Action on Armed Violence.
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