Pity that reference to human rights sometimes serves as basis to interfere in other states’ domestic issues – Hungarian FM to RT

The EU’s policy regarding sanctions and restrictive measures is sometimes marked with double standards, Hungarian FM Peter Szijjarto told RT, stressing that even an issue of human rights can be seen differently inside the bloc. … Read More >Pity that reference to human rights sometimes serves as basis to interfere in other states’ domestic issues – Hungarian FM to RT

‘We must show US that the jokes are over’: Top German MP says Berlin shouldn’t sit idle as Washington hampers its energy projects

As the US braces to slap sanctions on European firms building the last leg of the Russia-Germany Nord Stream 2 pipeline, a senior MP in Berlin argues that formal protests don’t work anymore – but a strong response could. … Read More >‘We must show US that the jokes are over’: Top German MP says Berlin shouldn’t sit idle as Washington hampers its energy projects

UK May Refuse to Extradite Wikileaks Founder to US Due to Spying Case – Assange’s Lawyer

The case of regular spying in the interests of US authorities may encourage the United Kingdom to refuse to extradite Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to the United States, lawyer Aitor Martinez, who coordinates Assange’s defence in Spain, said. … Read More >UK May Refuse to Extradite Wikileaks Founder to US Due to Spying Case – Assange’s Lawyer

Scuffles with police in central London as outraged anti-Brexit protesters march on 10 Downing Street (VIDEOS)

Not content with the victorious Conservative leader’s suggestion that it was time to “let the healing begin,” an angry crowd of anti-Brexit protesters has taken to London streets, chanting “Boris Johnson – not our Prime Minister!” … Read More >Scuffles with police in central London as outraged anti-Brexit protesters march on 10 Downing Street (VIDEOS)