Elizabeth, 18-year-old Crown Prince of Belgium at Elsenborn Camp

Princess Elisabeth of Belgium has started the new school year at the Royal Military Academy in Brussels. The Duchess of Brabant and the other 169 first year students kicked off their training with an initiation camp in Elsenborn. Read More »

Gathering at American embassy

An embassy is the main location for a diplomatic presence of one country in another. A country has at most one embassy in another country, and most embassies are located in capital cities. Consulates are like branch offices of the embassy; a nation can have several consulates in another country, usually located in all major cities of that country. Read More »

The progressive Indian grandfather who inspired Kamala Harris

For a girl from Berkeley, about 5 years old, the setting must have been intoxicating: a bungalow surrounded by greenery in a newly independent African capital, where children ran outside to wave at the president’s car as he drove past. Read More »

Kanye West cries, rambles at first presidential rally

Though it was rumored he’d already dropped out of the 2020 presidential race — only two weeks after declaring his candidacy — Kanye West held his first campaign event in South Carolina on Sunday night. It was equal parts bizarre and uncomfortable. Read More »

The wedding Prime Minister of Denmark, Matthew Frederickson

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen has managed to get married after her wedding was postponed and then rescheduled due to a busy first year in office that included the coronavirus pandemic. Danish media reported that Frederiksen, 42, married filmmaker and photographer Bo Tengberg, 55, Wednesday at the medieval Magleby Church on Moen island in southeastern Denmark. Read More »

Prince Edward is the Queen’s last child

When it comes to the British royal family, some members are more visible than others. For example, everyone knows Queen Elizabeth II, heir to the throne Prince Charles, and younger royals Prince Harry and Prince William. But some might be surprised to learn that the Queen and Prince Philip actually have four children: Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and ... Read More »

The wedding of Prince Raya, the daughter of King Hussein in England

Earlier this spring, Princess Beatrice and her fiancé Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi postponed their royal wedding because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic—but at least one other engaged royal didn’t want to wait. Princess Raiyah Bint Al Hussein, the youngest daughter of Queen Noor and the late King Hussein of Jordan, married British journalist Ned Donovan⁠—who just so happens to be author ... Read More »

Mousavi Majd, from the Quds Force to the gallows

The Country provided new information on a man it has said will be executed for allegedly spying on behalf of Israel’s Mossad and the US Central Intelligence Agency. Judiciary spokesman said Mahmoud Mousavi Majd had resided in Syria in recent years alongside his family, in an unspecified capacity. Spies in general, and Russian spies in particular, seem to be everywhere: ... Read More »

Tehran squares

After the revolution name of many streets and places of interest where changed. As an example was the Sepah circle. overall renaming streets is a key element of identity politics. Strangely now the same is happening elsewhere. The mass renaming of streets reflects the current pulse of identity politics in Europe. France is considering changing street names associated with the ... Read More »

Funeral service for oil diplomat

Countries opec head passed away recently. The memorial was organized taking in to account the current covid crisis. Bijan Zangeneh and Javad Zarif where present. In related oil news, Brent crude held above $36 a barrel on Friday and was on course for another week of gains as additional production cuts by major producers and a decline in US oil ... Read More »