A new report by a research group has made startling revelations about the UK’s SAS Force..or the Special Air Services Force. It has claimed that SAS and other British special forces have been involved in covert operations in 19 countries in the past dozen years… including in Nigeria, the Philippines and Russia, as well as in Syria, Ukraine… and most recently in Sudan. Sudan is currently undergoing through intense internal rivalry and talks of Wagner Group of Russia operating there have also been making waves. The London-based research group named Action on Armed Violence, has compiled a list of their activities since 2011 based on media leaks. This expose highlights that members of the SAS, Special Boat Service and Special Reconnaissance Regiment, have been repeatedly deployed by the British Prime Ministers and Defence Secretaries to conduct high-risk missions, typically where the UK is not at war.
As Turkey's election goes to a run-off on Sunday, 28 May, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is hoping voters in the southern earthquake region will endorse his moderate Islamic message and give him the edge in the poll.
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China has opposed the holding of a G20 meeting in Kashmir. On the other hand, Turkey and Saudi Arabia have not registered for the event to be held in Srinagar as well. On Friday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said that China firmly opposes holding G20 meetings in any form in 'disputed' areas and will not attend such meetings. India countered the objection by saying it is free to hold meetings on its own territory.
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Former Prime Minister Liz Truss has condemned the latest migration figures saying they are “too high” as net migration levels reach record levels. At 606,000 net, the UK has welcomed almost double the number migrants since before the UK voted to leave the EU in 2016. Report by Ajagbef. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick says net migration is “far too high” after newly published figures for 2022 showed around 606,000 more people are estimated to have moved to the UK than have left. The Office for National Statistics said factors contributing to relatively high levels of immigration over the past 18 months include people coming to the UK from non-EU countries for work, study, and for humanitarian purposes, including those arriving from Ukraine and Hong Kong. Report by Jonesia. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
The European Commission has called for an independent investigation into allegations authorities carried out an illegal migrant pushback in April and warned it could take "formal steps" against the country.
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Catherine, Princess of Wales, wore a scarf out of respect as she and her husband Prince William visited a Muslim community centre to thank volunteers giving aid to survivors of the devastating Turkey..