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Boris Johnson: What's his track record?

The frontrunner in the race to be Conservative leader and prime minister, Boris Johnson, is one of the UK's most recognisable politicians. But that high profile - built up as an MP, London mayor and foreign secretary - has often seen his achievements accompanied by controversy. BECOMING AN MP. As editor of the Spectator magazine and a Have I Got News For You contestant, Boris Johnson was already well known for his shambolic persona. In 2001, he ... Full story

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London Bridge attack inquest: 'No urgent security action' advised in lead-up

Police told planners no urgent security action was needed at London Bridge less than a month before deadly attacks in the area, an inquest has heard. The City of London Corporation security director said the categoric advice came at May 2017 meeting with a counter-terror adviser after the bridge was put on a list of vulnerable locations. Four weeks later, three attackers killed eight people and hurt 48 others. The inquest into the victims' ... Full story

Saudi Arabia blames Iran for tanker attacks but doesn't want war

FILE PHOTO: Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman speaks during a meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Hyderabad House in New Delhi, India, February 20, 2019. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi/File Photo. RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia’s crown prince blamed Iran for attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman and called on the international community to take a “decisive stand” but said in an interview published on Sunday that the ... Full story

Amir Khan says he may retire if he does not feel good when facing Neeraj Goyat

Amir Khan says he expects to retire if he does not feel good when he fights India's Neeraj Goyat in Saudi Arabia on 12 July. Full story

What could be Iran's motive? - BBC News

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Iranian TV footage shows a burning tanker. In the hours after two apparent attacks on tankers in the Gulf of Oman on Thursday, the US military released video footage which it said proved Iran was behind them. The footage was said to show Iranian special forces removing a mine which had failed to explode. The footage, though far from conclusive, was certainly more compelling than earlier ... Full story

Namoo Actors warns legal action against malicious commenters

On June 19, acting management Namoo Actors revealed an official statement of warning against malicious netizens spreading rumors and false content via online platforms. The label warned, "We are sending out a strict warning to netizens spreading malicious posts and false rumors online. We are continuously monitoring various online portals and communities, and in the case that we discover such criminal acts, we will capture evidence and take ... Full story

Police explain there's not enough evidence to continue investigation into B.I's drug scandal

Police have explained there's not enough evidence to continue an investigation against 's drug scandal . On June 18, the second deputy director of Suwon's District Prosecutor's Office Lee Soo Kwon responded to questions about why prosecution did not continue with an investigation into B.I. He stated, "At the time, the police only forwarded the case about ' ' ( Han Seo Hee ), who exchanged KakaoTalk messages with B.I suggesting the purchase of ... Full story

Climate action: Can we change the climate from the grassroots up? | Environment conservation | DW

The past couple of years will likely go down in history as the ones when climate change really hit. They could also be remembered as the ones in which people worked to stop it. DW looks at some civil society victories. Eucador's Waorani indigenous people celebrated a court ruling against oil extraction on heir ancestral lands. Alarming headlines regarding the climate crisis often overshadow positive actions taken by citizens around the world , ... Full story

Six gems from Trump's ABC interview

From expelling an aide for coughing to insisting he is treated worse than assassinated US Civil War leader Abraham Lincoln to the possible existence of UFOs, President Donald Trump dropped a number of notable lines in his extended interview with ABC News. The president hosted the American cable network's chief anchor, George Stephanopoulos, for two days to document his life inside the White House. The hour-length special, which aired on Sunday ... Full story