Spain and Morocco want to reset their difficult relations at the summit in Rabat

Spain and Morocco want to reset their difficult relations at the summit in Rabat

Spain and Morocco hold their first summit in eight years Relations long strained by the issue of illegal immigration Expected to sign up to 20 trade and investment agreements RABAT, Feb 2 (Reuters) – Spain and Morocco have agreed to put aside their differences, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Thursday, as they seek … Read more

UK teachers and civil servants join mass strike on ‘Walking Wednesday’

Up to 500,000 people expected to join UK strikes Government says steep pay rises will fuel inflation Schools are closed, most trains are not running More strikes involving health workers planned for next week LONDON, Feb 1 (Reuters) – Up to half a million British teachers, civil servants and train drivers walked out on Wednesday … Read more

India increases spending in latest budget before election

NEW DELHI, Feb 1 (Reuters) – India’s government on Wednesday unveiled a $550 billion budget for the next fiscal year which starts on April 1, with a record capital spending plan while containing the budget deficit. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s party, which faces elections in key states this year and a national vote in 2024, … Read more

Suspects arrested in Pakistan mosque blast, police focus on how suicide bomber got in

PESHAWAR, Pakistan, Feb 1 (Reuters) – Police investigating a suicide bombing that killed more than 100 people at a Pakistani mosque said on Tuesday that several people had been arrested and they could not rule out the possibility that the perpetrator of the attack received assistance from internal security checks. The bombing was the deadliest … Read more