TURKEY said yesterday US arms to Syrian Kurdish militia were a “threat” to its security that threatened a “crisis” in Nato.
Washington announced on Tuesday night it would funnel heavy weapons to the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), the forces dominated by the...
Thursday 11th May 2017
posted by James Tweedie in World
Putin warns off foreign nations as country marks Soviet crushing of fascism
Wednesday 10th May 2017
UKRAINIAN police arrested over 50 people yesterday as neonazis attacked those celebrating the victory over fascism in the second world war.
Deputy Interior Minister Serhiy Yarovoy said 25 of those were detained in the capital Kiev.
There far-right thugs attacked a march...
Palestinian Authority accuses police of ‘executing’ teenager
Tuesday 9th May 2017
VENEZUELANS marched in support of their country’s constitutional reform process yesterday as ministers met business and religious leaders.
The demonstration was called in support of President Nicolas Maduro’s proposal to convene a national constituent assembly in a bid to...
SYRIA’S foreign minister stressed yesterday that no UN or other international troops would occupy his country under the latest ceasefire deal.
Speaking to reporters in Damascus, Walid al-Moallem reiterated his government’s support for the “de-escalation zones”...
SOUTH AFRICA’S last apartheid president claimed yesterday he was not culpable for the oppression and bloodshed in the final years before democracy.
FW De Klerk made the assertion in an interview with eNCA news before he joined two other ex-presidents in piling pressure on...
Saturday 6th May 2017
RUSSIA’S Syria peace negotiator claimed yesterday that Moscow could prove last month’s alleged chemical weapons attack was a false-flag operation.
“Russia has all the irrefutable evidence that this is a pure provocation on the part of individuals and structures that...
President calls for end to violence as he seeks to push reforms
Wednesday 3rd May 2017
PALESTINIAN resistance movement Hamas made major concessions to Israel on Monday night when it unveiled its new charter.
The five-page document, the result of four years of debate, was presented by outgoing Hamas leader-in-exile Khaled Mashaal at a press conference in Qatar’s...