The White House has been forced to consider unilateral strikes against Assad after the British parliament rejected a motion on military intervention on Thursday.
English Liberal Democrat and pensions minister Steve Webb, has claimed that God must be a liberal. He added: “I believe that there is no other conclusion that can be drawn from a reading of the New Testament.”
Italy’s former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi is given a four-year sentence for tax fraud, but he’ll only serve one year due to an amnesty cutting down on prison overcrowding.
The United States approved the Farm bill legislation on Thursday to overhaul the nation’s farm programs — one that doesn’t include an extension of food stamps.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said that former NSA contractor Edward Snowden was still in the transit area of Moscow’s airport, was free to leave and should do as soon as possible.
Despite showing some signs of drawing foreign investment, Greece is still in pretty awful shape. It got worse yesterday as yields on government bonds jumped 80 basis points after concerns over the country’s political stability.
U.S. President Barack Obama gave a speech calling both the United States and Russia to reduce their nuclear armament by up to one-third.
Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras has invited two left-wing junior coalition parties opposed to the shutdown to talks next Monday about the shut down of the ERT, the national TV channel.