CNN has launched CNN Fast, a new free ad-supported streaming television (FAST) channel that offers a way to watch a range of quick-paced, internationally focused CNN content in London today.More
Dozens of Royal Marines from the British Army landed on a beach north of Tallinn on Friday night (May 19, 2023) testing the Allies ability to rapidly deploy reinforcements to NATO forces in Estonia.
As part of its commemoration of May 17, the National Day Against Homophobia, Lesbophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, the Foreign Ministry’s Institute for Mexicans Abroad (IME) reports the hiring of a transgender woman as Director of Gender Equality and Inclusion.
NATO and Jordan concluded talks on Tuesday, May 16, 2023, to help Jordan improve its border security. Held in Aqaba, Jordan, the three-day workshop helped to identify Jordanian maritime and counter-terrorism requirements and ways for NATO to improve the efficiency and sustainability of Jordan’s counter-terrorism capacity.
Ongoing military support to Ukraine and North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) continuing transformation to face key security challenges were the focus of a meeting of the Alliance’s Chiefs of Defense, held today in Brussels.
A U.K. citizen pleaded guilty today in New York to his role in cyberstalking and multiple schemes that involve computer hacking, including the July 2020 hack of Twitter.
The Secretary General warned that “this is a deeply challenging period for arms control and for our security in general”, noting Russia’s pattern of “ignoring, violating or abandoning much of the network of international arms control agreements that have kept the world safe”.
Two criminal complaints filed by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York were unsealed today in federal court in Brooklyn charging 44 defendants with various crimes related to efforts by the national police of the People’s Republic of China (PRC)—the Ministry of Public Security (MPS)—to harass Chinese nationals residing in the New York metropolitan area and elsewhere in the United States.
A complaint was unsealed today in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, charging two defendants in connection with opening and operating an illegal overseas police station, located in lower Manhattan, New York, for a provincial branch of the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) of the People’s Republic of China (PRC).
Following February’s devastating earthquake in Türkiye, the first people began moving into tented accommodation provided by NATO on Monday.
A former mayor of Humacao, Puerto Rico, pleaded guilty today to engaging in a bribery scheme in which he received cash payments for awarding municipal contracts to two companies.
The Dalai Lama apologized Monday morning after a video of him kissing a child on the lips and asking him to suck his tongue went viral on social media.
A City of London rooftop garden which offers some of the capital’s best views has topped 10 million visitors.
As part of the Prime Minister’s visit to Northern Ireland to mark the 25th anniversary of the Belfast Good Friday Agreement this week, he is expected to personally present six-year old Dáithí Mac Gabhann with his daily Points of Light award this morning.
An executive of the holding company that owns Privatbank IHAG pleaded guilty yesterday to conspiring to conceal over $60 million of undeclared assets held by wealthy American clients of the Swiss private bank.
Ezennia Peter Neboh, 48, of Madrid, Spain, pleaded guilty on March 26 in an international fraud scheme that preyed on elderly Americans, and the lead defendant in the case was extradited from Spain yesterday in connection with the same scheme.