The Reds have been granted just 16,613 tickets for the showpiece game despite Atletico Madrid’s 64,000 capacity at the Wanda Metropolitano
Former Arsenal manager believes ‘it is not normal’ to give a European final where certain players cannot travel to due to political reasons
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea has labeled Joe Biden a "fool of low IQ" and an "imbecile bereft of elementary quality as a human being" after the U.S. presidential hopeful called North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a tyrant during a recent speech.
PESHAWAR/ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has suspended police accused of being slow to investigate the abduction and murder of a 10-year-old girl in a case that has sparked national outrage, a minister said on Thursday. The family of the murdered girl, Farishta, say that they reported her missing on May 15 but the police i
Recent reports cited unnamed US officials saying US considering deployment of thousands of forces over Iran tensions.
Donald Trump's anti-Huawei crusade is gaining steam with major tech corporations suspending cooperation with the Chinese telecom company. American and British observers have weighed up Huawei's chances of withstanding the pressure and expressed hope that the upcoming Xi-Trump G20 meeting may contribute to the revival of US-China trade talks.
The videos come amid an escalating feud this week between Pelosi and Trump following a contentious White House meeting over infrastructure policy.
Theresa May is expected to set out when she will quit Number 10 after a Cabinet revolt over her plan to bring back her Brexit deal in the Commons. The prime minister will meet Sir Graham Brady, chairman of the powerful 1922 Committee of Tory backbenchers, today to discuss her future following “frank” talks between senior ministers and the beleaguer
New charges against WikiLeaks' Julian Assange are revenge for the embarrassment he brought on the US government and a signal to media to stay clear of US war crimes and corruption, lawyer and activist Kevin Zeese told RT.
The world can accommodate the U.S. in the global system and the rise of China, former Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, told CNBC.
Seventy-four years after Japan's defeat in World War II, the world's third-largest economy is in the midst of a quiet military buildup, at U.S. urging