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France accuses Boris Johnson of exploiting migration crisis for political purposes
... being hostage to domestic politics, because there is not a week that goes by without me in contact with my British counterpart. We are not the auxiliaries of the British. Sammy Mahdi , Belgium 's Secretary of State for Asylum and Migration, told BBC Radio 4 today that the EU needed to strengthen its borders to tighten controls on people entering the bloc. A plane from the European Border and Coast Guard Agency, Frontex, will control Europe 's northern border from December 1 to identify traffickers ...
Updated: 11/29/2021
Nuke talks to resume Monday in Vienna
... restarting. The US Special Envoy for Iran Rob Malley said that Tehran 's attitude doesn't bode well for the talks If they start getting too close, too close for comfort, then of course we will not be prepared to sit idly, Malley told the US National Public Radio earlier this week. The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action JCPOA, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, offered a lifting of the array of economic sanctions that Iran had been under in exchange for strict curbs on its nuclear programme....
Updated: 11/29/2021
Russia build-up of troops threatens Ukraine, allies warn
The may include ads from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. After a huge build-up of Russian troops on Ukraine's eastern border and fears that a full-blown invasion could happen soon, Kelin warned. This may include ads from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. After a huge build-up of Russian troops on Ukraine 's eastern border and fears that a full-blown invasion could happen soon, Kelin warned. The allied countries have been reacted by issuing declarations of solidarity...
Updated: 11/28/2021
Russia develops hypersonic missile
... such missiles are cause for concern. Russians ' 3 M 22 Zircon fly so fast and low that they can penetrate traditional anti-missile defence systems. It's so fast that the air pressure in front of the weapon forms a plasma cloud as it moves, absorbing radio waves and making it practically invisible to active radar systems. The US Aegis missile interceptor systems require 8 -- 10 seconds of response time to intercept incoming attacks. In those 8 -- 10 seconds, the Russian Zircon missiles will already ...
Updated: 11/27/2021
Home Secretary downplays diplomatic row with France over Channel crisis
... Johnson and French president Emmanuel Macron clashed earlier this week over how to deal with people trying to cross the Channel in small boats as they flee war, poverty and persecution. Damian Hinds , whose brief covers security and borders, told BBC Radio 4 s Today programme: British and French officials have been working together throughout. We have been working together on these really important issues for a long time. The partnership is strong. France was angered by Johnson releasing a letter ...
Updated: 11/27/2021
Carmakers rethink strategies to deal with chip crunch
Automakers are having to come up with creative ways to deal with the shortage of semiconductors, whether buying computer chips directly from manufacturers, reconfiguring cars or producing them with missing parts. Automakers are having to come up with creative ways to deal with the shortage of semiconductors, whether buying computer chips directly from manufacturers, reconfiguring cars or producing them with missing parts. A surge in demand for consumer electricals during the epidemic has hit the...
Updated: 11/27/2021
Russia destroyed its own satellite, creates debris
This may include advertisements from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. A direct-ascent anti-satellite missile ASAT launched from Plesetsk in northwest Russia between late November 14 or early November 15 destroyed Cosmos 1408, according to NASA. This may include advertisements from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. A direct-ascent anti-satellite missile ASAT launched from Plesetsk in northwest Russia between late November 14 or early November 15 destroyed Cosmos 1408...
Updated: 11/27/2021
France tells Boris Johnson to get serious or stay out of talks
... Commission . Grant Shapps , Transport Secretary, dismissed suggestions that Johnson's letter was sent to generate headlines and insisted it was made in good faith. I can assure our French friends of that and I hope they will reconsider," he told Radio 4's Today programme. Johnson asked France to immediately take back all migrants who land in England after crossing the Channel. He said that taking people back would reduce if not stop the crossings, saving thousands of lives by breaking the business ...
Updated: 11/26/2021
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