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Highest tide in 50 years causes flood in Venice

enice inundated as high tide hits the city

Venice inundated as high tide hits the city Exceptionally high tide in Venice left the city inundated on Tuesday. Emergency services have swung in to control the situation. The high tide that flooded Venice on Tuesday peaked at 1.87 metres (six feet). Meanwhile, tourists have been left stranded as fierce winds scathed St. Mark’s Square. Notably, flood alarm has been sounded across the city to warn people,

Brexit, still no exit

PM Boris Johnson to pause Brexit legislations.

PM Boris Johnson to pause Brexit legislations. Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday said that he would pause the Brexit legislation until the European Union decides on delay.   The deadline for leaving the EU bloc is approaching and it is creating havoc in the British parliament. The fast-track move of PM Boris Johnson was blocked by MPs on Tuesday night. Even after, he threatened to pull it

Boris Johnson to EU on Brexit deal: Scrap backstop

Boris Johnson sets out his demands to the EU

Boris Johnson sets out his demands to the EU British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has written to the EU regarding the Brexit deal and asked it to scrap the “undemocratic” and “unviable” backstop plan. In a letter addressed to European Council President Donald Tusk, Prime Minister Boris Johnson reiterated his desire to finalise the Brexit deal and opposed the contentious backstop plan.

Three Indian Origin MP’s Appointed at Key Positions in Boris Johnson’s new Cabinet

Three Indian origin faces in PM Johnson’s ne Cabinet

Three Indian origin faces in PM Johnson’s ne Cabinet Rishi Sunak, Priti Patel, and Alok Sharma, three Indian origin faces, occupy key posts in the new Cabinet of Boris Johnson. Boris Johnson, a Britain Prime minister has appointed three Indian-origin people in his Cabinet at key posts.  Priti Patel, who is appointed as country’s first Indian-origin Home Secretary and the other two are Rishi

Boris Johnson takes Office as UK PM, Likely to form Core Government

Boris Johnson has been elected as new Prime Minister of UK.

Boris Johnson has been elected as new Prime Minister of UK. The new UK PM Boris is likely to announce his new government and officials after taking office. Boris Johnson, UK’s newly elected Prime Minister and Conservative Party’s new leader took up office on 24 July afternoon, following an audience with the Queen at Buckingham Palace. Johnson will head to Downing Street later

Explained: The Political and Economic Transition in Greece

The Hellenic Parliament (Greece)

The Hellenic Parliament (Greece) The political and economic policies will change after the recently concluded Elections in Greece. , Kyriakos Mitsotakis, the new PM comes from centre-right politics as opposed to the traditional centre-left Govt In the recently concluded Greece elections, Kyriakos Mitsotakis became the New Greek Prime Minister after his New Democracy Party won 40 per cent of the vote share

Germany’s Ursula von der Leyen becomes the first Woman Nominated for EU Leadership

EU Commission Leader

Ursula von der leyen will be the first woman to lead EU Commission EU Leaders have voted for a woman leader for the post of the powerful EU Commission Chief position. Germany's Ursula von der Leyen has bagged the nomination Women for the first time have featured in the nomination list for leading the top bloc for EU (European Union) Commission. German

Emmanuel Macron hardens stand on climate change at G-20 Summit

Emmanuel macron speaking on summit

Emmanuel Macron at G-20 Summit French President Emmanuel Macron stand on Paris Climate Deal, says all participating G-20 nations must discuss the deal French President Emmanuel Macron stated that France will not accept the final G20 Communiqué if it does not mention the Paris climate change agreement In a stern message to all participating nations at the upcoming G-20 Summit

European Union Meets in Brussels, Negotiate 2050 Climate Goals and Future Leadership

European Union leaders

European Union (EU) Leaders held a surprise meeting in Brussels to discuss the roadmap to propose 2050 climate goals and future leaders of the EU bloc. Ahead of a United Nations Assembly meeting in July, prominent European Union (EU) leaders met in a rather unprecedented and hushed up meet around European Commission Presidency and meeting 2050 carbon neutralization goals. For the

European Parliamentary Elections: Green Party Gains Voters’ Support

European Parliamentary Elections

EU election results bring significant rise in Parliamentary seats for the Green Party Having dominated the European Parliamentary Elections for nearly four decades, Centrist political parties struggle to sustain power in the UK as voters back the Green Party The 2019 European Parliamentary Elections, scheduled for the month of May, witnessed a substantial shift in power on Monday. In

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