Thousands of truck drivers are missing in the UK. The government is now taking unusual measures: It is soliciting candidates by letter –
Shortly before the elections in Georgia, the leader of the Rose Revolution returned from abroad – and has campaigned for the opposition party he founded.
At least 32 journalists are said to have been arrested by the Taliban in Afghanistan since mid-August, according to a human rights organization.
Despite government efforts, the UK still has a fuel shortage. Many petrol stations remain closed, and long lines form in front of the open ones.
Migrants are still trying to get from Belarus to Poland. The Polish parliament has therefore extended the state of emergency at the border.
Nord Stream 2 was completed a few weeks ago. In spite of this, there will probably be no gas over them this winter Baltic Sea pipeline flow from Russia to Germany.
France’s ex-president – Nicolas Sarkozy’s numerous judicial affairs
Turkey and Russia want to intensify their arms cooperation. This should not only worry the US: NATO fears Moscow’s access to sensitive data.
The French ex-president was found guilty of illegally funding his election campaign. Sarkozy now wants to take action against this. Former French President