Ukraine’s new parliament set for marathon first session

Ukraine’s new parliament will meet for the first time on Thursday, dominated by the party of ex-comedian President Volodymyr Zelensky who has an unprecedented chance to fulfil his political ambition of “breaking the system”. The 41-year-old won a landslide election in April and his young Servant of the People party gained an absolute majority in […]


‘War on nature must end,’ says activist Greta Thunberg in New York

Teenage climate campaigner Greta Thunberg said the “war on nature must end” and called on Donald Trump to listen to science after she sailed into New York on a zero-emissions yacht Wednesday. The 16-year-old completed a 15-day journey across the Atlantic shortly after 4:00 pm (2000 GMT), stepping off the boat onto a Manhattan dock […]


Hurricane Dorian appears to spare Puerto Rico, heads for Florida

A strengthening Hurricane Dorian appeared to have largely spared Puerto Rico Wednesday, barreling past the US territory that is still recovering from a powerful storm two years ago. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) in Miami said the hurricane watch and tropical storm warning for the island had been lifted, and that “Dorian continues to move […]


Pound dives on increased no-deal Brexit prospect

The pound fell against the dollar and euro on Wednesday as Britain’s government moved to extend the suspension of parliament, increasing the likelihood of a no-deal Brexit. Meanwhile, global stocks had a mixed day, with Wall Street staging a late rally, shrugging off its fears for the slowing world economy. In London, British Prime Minister […]


Hurting Djokovic, slow-starting Federer win at rain-hit US Open

Top-ranked defending champion Novak Djokovic fought through shoulder pain to reach the third round of the rain-hit US Open on Wednesday while Roger Federer shook off another slow start to advance. Djokovic, winner of four of the past five Slam titles and 16 in all, was treated for a sore left shoulder throughout his 6-4, […]


Marseille win at Nice as homophobic chants cause stoppage

Marseille won their first match under new coach Andre Villas-Boas on Wednesday thanks to a 2-1 derby win at Nice in a match that was suspended in the first half following homophobic abuse from the home side’s hardcore supporters. Dimitri Payet moved his side up to 13th on four points with a spot-kick with 17 […]


Man City to start League Cup defence at Preston

Manchester City will start their defence of the English League Cup with a third-round trip to second-tier side Preston next month, while Wednesday’s draw also pitted Liverpool against MK Dons. Championship outfit Preston will be the first team to attempt to end City’s bid for a second straight domestic treble when they welcome the Premier […]


Dear senior leader Kim Jong- un unveiled at Rossi Ya

The beloved oldest leader, Kim Jong- un, was enshrined by his comrade’s historic board at Rojo Goodwill in Hassan. In the historical edition, Kim Jong-un , chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea, chairman of the State Council of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, and chief commander of the armed forces of the Democratic […]


Advisor to the Korea-European Association stresses that the UK, France and Deutscheland should be free from rigid and unbiased thinking

Kim Sun-kyung, advisor to the Korea-European Association, announced the following discourse on the 29th. Recently, the United Kingdom, France, and Deutscheland have called our normal military training and self-defense measures “provocation,” and “the United Nations Security Council,” a violation of resolution. And announced a joint statement of three countries. It is verbal and convincing nobody […]


ECB’s Nowotny Says 74 Years of Peace Have Unbalanced the Economy

European Central Bank policy maker Ewald Nowotny has warned that three generations without war in western Europe have created a potentially dangerous imbalance in the economy. “The fortune of a now 74-year period of peace has inevitably led to a tremendous accumulation of wealth on the one hand and debt on the other,” the Austrian […]