Tuesday,
21 September 2021

United Kingdom

Russia 'responsible' for killing former agent Alexander Litvinenko, says rights court (47)
Litvinenko died after drinking tea laced with the radioactive isotope Polonium 210 at a London hotel, in a case that has weighed on relations between Britain and Russia ever since. 21st September 2021 04:46 PM Alexander Litvinenko, former KGB spy and author of the book 'Blowing Up Russia: Terror From Within' is photographed at his home in London.
UK police charge third Russian suspect in 2018 nerve agent attack on ex-spy (33)
Scotland Yard said prosecutors believe there is sufficient evidence to charge a man known as Sergey Fedotov with conspiracy to murder, attempted murder, possessing and using a chemical weapon. 21st September 2021 04:13 PM In this Tuesday, March 6, 2018 file photo, police officers stand outside the house of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal.
World leaders return to UN and face many escalating crises (34)
By Associated Press September 21, 2021 NEW YORK (AP) - In person and on screen, world leaders return to the United Nations foremost gathering for the first time in two years on Tuesday with a formidable, diplomacy-packed agenda of escalating crises to tackle, including the still-raging COVID-19 pandemic and a relentlessly warming planet. Other pressing issues include rising U.S.-China tensions, Afghanistan's
Joe Biden declares world at 'inflection point' amid crises (26)
AP / Updated: Sep 21, 2021, 20:32 IST ARTICLES Joe Biden declares world at 'inflection point' amid crises 'US not seeking new cold war': President Biden's top quotes at UNGA Heartening stories of small and medium business owners overturning their entrepreneurial journey by going online J&J says second shot boosts protection for moderate-severe Covid-19 to 94% UNITED NATIONS: President Joe Biden used his first address before the UN
UK minister sorry over Afghan interpreters' data breach (32)
By The Associated Press Tue., Sept. 21, 2021 LONDON (AP) - Britain's defense minister apologized and his ministry suspended an official Tuesday after a "significant" data breach involving the email addresses of dozens of Afghan interpreters hoping to settle in the U.K. A Defense Ministry email to more than 250 Afghans who are eligible for relocation and still remain in Afghanistan was mistakenly copied to all
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