During his My Take Thursday, Varney Co. host Stuart Varney discussed the effects of Biden's energy failures, and argued that the president would rather strike oil deals with foreign dictators than let Americans drill.
During his My Take Thursday, Varney Co. host
discussed the effects of
's energy failures, and argued that the president would rather strike oil deals with foreign dictators than let Americans ...
Bisera Turkovi, the Deputy Chair of the Council of Ministers and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, met this delegation of the EU Agency for Criminal Justice Cooperation EUROIl, headed by Agency President Ladislav Harman.
Bisera Turkovi, the Deputy Chair of
the Council of Ministers
and Minister of Foreign ...
... first interview since a Russian court sentenced
to nine years in prison for drug possession in August.
On its face, it just seems like my wife is a hostage, said Gayle King, co-host of
. How do I know if my government and the foreign government are sitting down and negotiating for her release? The interview comes just three weeks before a Russian court is expected to hear
's appeal against her nine-year prison sentence, which Russian forces handed down after allegedly ...
International Monetary Fund IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva discusses the global economy and policy priorities ahead of the 2022 Annual Meetings at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service on October 6, 2022 in Washington, DC.
International Monetary Fund
Managing Director Kristalina
discusses the global economy and policy priorities ahead of the 2022 Annual Meetings at
Georgetown University's School of ...
... Thammarat was reported to have been drinking Thai whiskey
for at least two days before causing a public nuisance.
The Khanom Police received a call yesterday afternoon at
Baan Pa Lane
in the Khanom district. They arrived at the scene to find the foreign man yelling incoherently in front of a local grocery store. A car nearby was damaged and the man was arrested by about a dozen police officers after he was caught and arrested after an extended period of time and with the help of crowd control ...
... enforcement action had effectively stopped its operations in its key Indian market.
In April, India's Federal Financial Crime Agency, the Enforcement Directorate, froze 55.51 billion rupees of
assets, accusing the company of illegal remittances to foreign entities by passing them off as royalty payments. An appellate body confirmed the seizure last week.
The asset freeze was challenged by
the High Court
of southern Karnataka state, saying it was severely disproportionate and has effectively ...
... the coronaviruses, which caused the complex to open in April 2020. The real estate developer said it decided to go ahead with the opening, with the government's recent policy shift to remove its cap on daily arrivals starting Tuesday.
The number of foreign visitors to Japan reached 100,000 for the fifth consecutive month in August after a relaxation of border controls. The level was still down more than 90 percent from the same month in the pre-pandemic year of 2019.
The figure is expected to rise ...
... of the meeting, the Solomon Islands will not do anything that will undermine our national security and jeopardize the security of all Pacific Island forum countries, according to the ABC.
I reiterate again that Solomon Islands will never be used for foreign military installations or institutions of foreign countries, because this will not be in the interest of Solomon Islands and its people. According to a joint statement issued by Albanese after the meeting, Albanese said the two leaders discussed ...