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Back then, the government placed hundreds of human guinea pigs — wearing only shorts and long socks — in the front areas of the test zones to devasting effects. Nowadays, after a multimillion-dollar cleanup, radiation poses little danger to visitors.
US, British governments warn businesses worldwide of Russian campaign to hack routers ... The U.S. and British governments on Monday accused Russia of conducting a massive campaign to compromise computer routers and firewalls around the world — from home offices to Internet providers — for ...

Nothing legally requires British governments to do so currently, but since 2003, when then-Prime Minister Tony Blair asked parliament to vote on participating in the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, all subsequent governments have given the House of Commons a say. May's decision not to do so was partly ...
But in recent years, successive British governments have sought to appear tough on illegal immigration, and their descendants are now struggling to prove a citizenship status they previously took for granted. In essence, the children of the Windrush generation are being told they might not be British after all ...
"The Government's own justification, which relies heavily on the strongly contested doctrine of humanitarian intervention, does not even meet its own tests. "Without UN authority it was again a matter of the US and British governments arrogating to themselves an authority to act unilaterally which they do not ...
MARALINGA, Australia — Maralinga, a barren stretch of land in South Australia's remote western desert, is the country's only former nuclear test site open to tourists. And Robin Matthews is Australia's only nuclear tour guide. Visitors to Maralinga, a deserted military installation the size of Manhattan, who ...

"The Government's own justification, which relies heavily on the strongly contested doctrine of humanitarian intervention, does not even meet its own tests. "Without UN authority it was again a matter of the US and British governments arrogating to themselves an authority to act unilaterally which they do not ...
Without UN authority it was again a matter of the US and British governments arrogating to themselves an authority to act unilaterally which they do not possess. The fact that the prime minister ordered the attacks without seeking authorisation from parliament only underlines the weakness of a government ...
“The Government's own justification, which relies heavily on the strongly contested doctrine of humanitarian intervention, does not even meet its own tests. “Without UN authority it was again a matter of the US and British governments arrogating to themselves an authority to act unilaterally which they do not ...
No such provision exists in any international treaty authorising military action against another state. Dismantling the British governments advice, former British ambassador to Uzbekistan Craig Murray wrote Sunday, “all the relevant texts say that an attack on another state is illegal without authorisation of the ...
“The Government's own justification, which relies heavily on the strongly contested doctrine of humanitarian intervention, does not even meet its own tests. “Without UN authority it was again a matter of the US and British governments arrogating to themselves an authority to act unilaterally which they do not ...
Here is the full text of the Government's document setting out why it said taking military action in Syria was legal: 1. This is the Government's position on the legality of UK military action to alleviate the extreme humanitarian suffering of the Syrian people by degrading the Syrian regime's chemical weapons ...
One decade later, on April 10, 1998, the Irish and British governments and the major political parties in Northern Ireland signed a breakthrough accord. Known as the Good Friday Agreement, or the Belfast Agreement, it set forth a framework for sharing power among the opposing political parties in Northern ...
However, in February 1996, the IRA ended its ceasefire and resumed violence, meaning talks broke down. Later in 1996 talks resumed between the Irish and British Governments and all the parties elected in Northern Ireland. Sinn Fein was excluded until 1997, when the IRA announced a further ceasefire.
The SDLP is focused on a return to the spirit of the Belfast Agreement and tackling the challenges of Brexit, leader Colum Eastwood has told delegates at its conference. The Foyle MLA, who assumed leadership in 2015, acknowledged the gathering on Saturday at Titanic Belfast was taking place in “a ...
Stocks of some species, especially cod and haddock, fell to dangerous levels in the late 1990s – largely because EU governments, egged on by successive British governments, awarded catches up to 30% beyond what scientists said was sustainable. The policy of forcing fishers to “discard” (throw back ...
As future British governments adopt the possibilities of free trade around the globe and free markets at home, of cutting tariffs to reduce the cost of living, of bet ter regulation and control of our farms and fisheries, of investing the savings from our repatriated EU contribution, and of cutting taxes, as all these ...

The Irish and British governments are to launch another push to re-establish the powersharing institutions at Stormont. The move will follow celebrations in Belfast next week marking the 20th anniversary of the Belfast Agreement. Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney spoke to the British secretary of ...
The official also says that the Irish and British governments co-operated significantly on European matters as well, where they often found themselves on the same side of arguments. Sources familiar with the current relationship between the two governments all attest that the relationship has suffered badly ...
Along with this discussion, a memorandum was signed to confirm the understanding of collaboration between Belarusian and British governments. Belarus has been one of the UK's leading economic partners for the past couple of years, with the Belarusian embassy in the UK stating that after Russia and ...
Are Teesiders full to the brim with confidence on Britain's impending EU exit or preparing to drain their sorrows? Credit: ITV Tonight. There's now only a year left before Brexit - which will be the most significant economic and constitutional change to the UK since 1 January 1973, when this country joined the ...
Inequality and low levels of social mobility are pressing issues for England's education system. Anne Beauvallet traces the actions of British governments to expand opportunities among pupils. She argues that while there has been continuity in the stated objectives of education secretaries since 2010, key ...
Analysts cite several reasons successive British governments have reacted cautiously to Russian conduct, not least among them being money. London is a favorite place for wealthy Russians to live, buy homes and invest. “The British government does not investigate Russian money coming in, at all,” Mr.
Unlike past unionist MPs who could denounce British governments for 'selling out' unionism, today's dominant unionist party cannot credibly make that allegation because it holds the power to remove its support from the Prime Minister at any time, something which would quash any deal. This week's draft ...
... Irish border open is very much in the Irish interest but would require a willingness on the EU side to match British demands for some bespoke aspects in an agreement. Preparing a deal acceptable to both sides would need imaginative involvement by the Irish and British governments in bilateral talks to bring it to Brussels.
Responsibility for the civilian deaths in the besieged areas of Damascus rests solely with the American and British governments for arming the rebels and thereby prolonging the conflict. What right do the British and American governments have to arm insurrectionists attempting to overthrow the legitimate ...
Successive British governments failed to protect thousands of children who were sent to live overseas, a report by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) has found. Post-war migration programmes saw around 4,000 British children taken from their families, care homes and foster parents ...
A council housing estate in Thamesmead, London, in 1972. Photograph: Hulton Deutsch/Corbis via Getty Images. Once upon a time, not that long ago, housing was largely what councils were for. In the years after the second world war, after all, public housing was intended to be an option for all who ...
In the wake of the collapse of the cross-party talks to restore the Northern Ireland power-sharing government at Stormont, the Irish and British governments have vowed that they will try to get the talks back on track. Ireland's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Deputy Prime Minister (Tanaiste) Simon Coveney ...
U.S. And British Governments Warn Travelers Of Potential Trinidad and Tobago Carnival Terrorism Plot. If you're going to carnival, you need to be careful according to government officials. Ashleigh Atwell. • 21 days ago. - advertisement -. If you're heading to Trinidad and Tobago for Carnival, keep an eye out, for danger ...
#THE little-known fact the country was once used as a site for biological and chemical warfare testing by both American and British governments has resurfaced with local activists drawing links to the need for a functioning Freedom of Information Act. #Save The Bays legal director Fred Smith, QC, told The ...


 

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