Turkish president Erdogan wants to send troops to Libya. He said that today in a speech. According to Erdogan, Libyan Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj, who heads the UN-recognized government, has asked him for military support. Erdogan is now responding to that. He is expected to ask the Turkish parliament at the beginning of January to agree to send troops. Tunisia is in line with the mission...
Russia says it has a special ship with which the controversial Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline can be laid. The sanctions of America have already delayed construction.
The result of the British elections gave the pound a big boost on Friday. After it became clear that the Boris Johnson Conservative Party would win a big win, the currency gained its strongest intermediate profit since 2017.
Business activity in the eurozone industry contracted less sharply in November than in the previous month. British market researcher Markit announced this on the basis of a definitive figure. The decline was also somewhat less pronounced than previously reported.
Twelve days to go, the tension in the British election campaign seems to be slowly returning. In recent weeks, the Boris Johnson Conservatives had a big lead over Labor in the polls, but they are gradually shrinking.
The day before the leaders of the NATO member states in London reflect on the 70th anniversary of the world’s largest military alliance, the atmosphere is by no means festive.
US President Donald Trump wants to classify Mexican drug cartels as “terrorist organizations” because of their involvement in drug and human trafficking. He said that in a TV interview on Tuesday.
In Paris, farmers are protesting against what they think is a bad farming climate in France. They drive with a thousand tractors in a snail’s pace on the important access roads of the capital and thereby cause problems for traffic.