A British lawmaker has said she was fired from a ministerial job in Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative government partly because her Muslim faith was making colleagues uncomfortable, the Sunday Times reported.
UK ex-minister says fired for her Muslim faith
Despite warning by Russia, the US sent its first shipment of $200 million military support package for Ukraine amid tensions between Moscow and the West.
West sending military aid to Ukraine despite Russia warning
The top diplomats from Russia and the US described their talks in Geneva on Friday as "useful" and left the door open for further meetings in the coming weeks.
US to respond to Russia's demands over Ukraine next week
The Iranian and Russian foreign ministers reaffirmed both countries’ determination to bolster relations in all areas following the historic two-day visit by Iran’s President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi to Moscow.
Iranian, Russian FMs reaffirm determination to bolster all-out ties
A senior Conservative lawmaker accused the British government of intimidating and attempting to "blackmail" those lawmakers they suspect of wanting to force Prime Minister Boris Johnson out of power.
UK gov’t accused of 'blackmail' to keep scandal-plagued Johnson in power
The Taliban will hold talks with Western officials in Oslo next week on humanitarian aid and human rights in their first official visit to the West since returning to power, the Norwegian and Taliban governments said Friday.
Taliban to meet Western officials in Norway for aid talks
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is on the brink of facing a leadership challenge, according to reports, after an angry backlash over claims parties were held at his residence during coronavirus lockdowns.
UK PM under pressure amid reports of looming leadership challenge

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