World Apex Bank Chief, Resigns

Jim Yong Kim, President of World Bank has revealed that he will be stepping down his position of the World apex bank effective 1st February 2019.  Mr Kim, 59, was not due to leave until 2022 after he was re-elected for a second five-year term in 2017.

Explosion Hit Skai TV In Greece

An explosion has been reported to have rocked Greece’s SKAI TV in its capital, Athens. Impacts from the improvised explosive device (IED) smashed windows on the sixth floor and brought down ceilings in the building.

EU Leaders Endorsed BREXIT Deal

27 member state of the European Union, on Sunday, has endorsed Britain exit from the EU. This was announced by the chairman during a special council meeting on sunday.

Britain Calls In Its Navy Over Migrants Crossing Channel In Dinghies

A British Navy ship patrolling the Dinghies channel on Friday 4th January 2019 in response to a wave of mostly Iranian asylum seekers risking the crossing from France in dinghies. It was Her Majesty’s Ship (HMS) "Mersey" sent to fill in the gap until two Border Force cutters return from the European Union’s Mediterranean migrant crossings mission.

MAY Pleads With EU To Compromise In Order To Save BREXIT Deal

Wounded by a battle with her own MPs, British Prime Minister, Theresa May, pleaded on Thursday with EU leaders for concessions that might save her Brexit deal, while playing down hopes of a swift breakthrough.

Russia Loses to South Korea as Kim Emerges Interpol President

Kim Jong-yang of South Korea has been elected as Interpol’s new President, over Russian rival, Alexander Prokopchuk. Jong-yang, 57 years, was previously the chief of Police in South Korea’s most populous province, and is a high-profile of the South Korean Government’s push to export its policing strategies, known as the “K-cop wave”.

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