UK PM fined for failing to wear seat belt

UK: British police fined Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on Friday for failing to wear a seat belt while he filmed a social media clip in the back seat of a moving car.

Sunak, who apologised on Thursday for a "brief error of judgement", had uploaded the video to Instagram during a trip to northwest England.

It was widely shared by other users who noticed that he had not buckled up. - THE HINDUSTAN TIMES


Nikki Haley hints at US Presidential run

US: Indian-American Republican Leader Nikki Haley has said that she feels she could be the “new leader” to take the country in a new direction and that Joe Biden may not get a second term as US President, reported Fox News.

Haley served as ambassador to the UN under President Donald Trump for the first two years of his presidency, from 2017 through 2018. - INDIA TODAY


Gang war in Haiti leaves 3 cops dead

HAITI: Clashes between Police and gangs killed at least three officers in the Haitian Capital City of Port-Au-Prince, Police said on Saturday.

A Police patrol was ambushed by a gang on Friday morning. The UN estimates that around 60% of the Haitian capital is controlled by gangs. - THE DAILY STAR


Brazilian President fires Army Chief

BRAZIL: Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva fired Brazil's Army Chief Gen. Julio Cesar de Arruda on Saturday just days after accusing some military members of supporting the January 8 uprising in the capital by far-right protesters. - CNBC


63% of Britons say Harry’s Taliban kill claim puts UK in danger - Poll

UK: Sixty-three percent of Britons believe that Prince Harry put the UK in danger with his revelation that he killed 25 Taliban fighters in Afghanistan, according to a poll conducted by Savanta for The Independent. - ARAB NEWS

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