PARIS — Paris police and store owners are bracing for new violence at protests Saturday, despite President Emmanuel Macron’s surrender over a fuel tax hike that unleashed weeks of unrest. Police unions and local authorities are holding emergency meetings Thursday to strategize — while disparate groups of protesters are sharing plans on social networks and...
Critics say plan fails to protect EU and UK citizens’ rights, as Barnier restates refusal to renegotiate • Follow the latest political developments - live updates The British government has been accus ... Read more
Anti-government protesters wearing florescent yellow jackets have roiled France for nearly three weeks and shaken the government of President Emmanuel Macron. Here are five key consequences of the cri ... Read more
by Harley Schlanger, LaRouche PAC: The central question in history right now is: Can we get the U.S. to join with the efforts underway internationally to organize a New Paradigm to replace the bankrup ... Read more
Kinuwestiyon ni Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon ang pagsama ng budget para sa 2019 Southeast Asian Games sa panukalang budget ng Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) sa susunod na taon. Read more