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May never had a grip on the crown that fell into her lap

May never had a grip on the crown that fell into her lap

British Prime Minister Theresa May has bowed to intense pressure from her own party and named June 7 as the day she will step aside as Conservative leader, drawing her turbulent three-year premiership to a close.

The Belt and Road a trap for China?

The Belt and Road a trap for China?

Critics often claim that China is using its massive “Belt and Road Initiative” as a form of coercive “debt-trap diplomacy” to exert control over the countries that join its transnational infrastructure investment scheme.

Compensation claim for defective goods

Compensation claim for defective goods

Article 458 of the civil law stipulates that when the purchaser has taken delivery of the thing sold he shall ascertain its condition as soon as he is able to do so in accordance with common usage.

Who wants to be Britain’s next PM?

Who wants to be Britain’s next PM?

Prime Minister Theresa May is under pressure to resign after a backlash to her final Brexit gambit and has agreed to meet the chairman of her Conservative Party’s 1922 Committee yesterday to discuss her future.

When tragedy rattles trust: American 191 and Boeing 737 MAX

When tragedy rattles trust: American 191 and Boeing 737 MAX

To take flight as a passenger in a large airplane is disorienting. Let’s be honest, it is unnatural for us wingless humans to soar above the Earth. Yet US commercial air travel is so common and reliable that fliers worry about whether the onboard Wi-Fi works without questioning how the gigantic meta

The rising tide of sustainable seafood

The rising tide of sustainable seafood

McDonald’s. Costco. IKEA. Each of these corporate titans enjoys an enormous customer base. But what most of their customers might not realise is that these companies are leaders in ocean stewardship: they all sell sustainable seafood. This is an important precedent – but it is not enough.

A year on, Indian anti-Vedanta protesters say still await justice

A year on, Indian anti-Vedanta protesters say still await justice

A year after Indian police killed 13 people protesting against pollution from a copper smelter in this hardscrabble southern port city, tensions within the community and between residents and the police are still running high.

Trump’s war crime pardons would be an affront to US

Trump’s war crime pardons would be an affront to US

Recent reports in The New York Times and The San Diego Union-Tribune indicate President Donald Trump is considering pardons for several American military members accused or convicted of war crimes.

Anthem plan highlights German divisions

Anthem plan highlights German divisions

Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Bodo Ramelow, premier of the eastern state of Thuringia, thinks it might be time for a new national anthem for a reunited Germany.

Importance of counselling for parents with special kids

Importance of counselling for parents with special kids

It is rightly said that the most important phase for the families with special needs children is to accept their condition. Because with acceptance comes awareness, and with awareness comes action.

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