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A plan to topple Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn appears set to plunge the party into a political civil war after UK voters opted for Brexit. Recriminations have mounted amid warnings that the party’s existence is at stake.
Egyptian parliament demands compensation for Iraq after Chilcot report says Iraq war was based on ‘flawed intelligence’
Former British PM Tony Blair has said he accepts full responsibility for the decision to go to war in Iraq. A seven-year inquiry into the UK’s involvement concluded that London failed to exhaust all peaceful options.
Two million words long, seven years in the making: The Chilcot Inquiry called 129 witnesses, including former British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Blair can expect a critical review, but probably not a future court date.
The former British prime minister said that “Islamic State” ideology came out of this region and must end there
Details on the visit remain scarce
Discussion included resuming peace negotiations between the two sides
International community representatives at the Gaza Reconstruction Conference in Cairo called Sunday for a lasting solution to the Gaza conflict to avoid another turn in the cycle of destructive conflict. President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi reiterated Egypt’s support for Palestine as he opened the conference, emphasising to Israel that it is “time to end the conflict”. …
Egypt and Norway are co-hosting the conference in conjunction with US Secretary of State John Kerry, Middle East Quarter envoy Tony Blair, and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon among the attendees.
US Deputy Secretary of State William Burns and Tony Blair visit Cairo in attempt to further talks on Gaza
Armed forces sends 500 tonnes of food and medical supplies to Gaza as air strikes continue
By Dr Cesar Chelala Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair recently stated that air strikes and drones should be used once again on Iraq to stem recent gains by extremists in that country. Mr Blair is oblivious of the responsibility he shares with former US president George W Bush on account of one of the most serious …
By Tony Blair and Ray Chambers LONDON: The tsunami in Japan, the earthquake in Haiti, and Hurricane Katrina are among the world’s most notorious recent natural disasters. Their fierce devastation claimed thousands of lives, destroyed vital infrastructure, and crippled economies. The communities affected could not be more different from one another, and yet the similarities in …