16 police hurt as extremists defy order for colony’s destruction
Thursday 2nd Feb 2017
posted by James Tweedie in World
THE Ukrainian coup regime shelled the capital of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) yesterday, injuring two miners on their way to work.
After the fighting broke out on Monday, a Russian presidential spokesman blamed Kiev’s far-right militias for trying to seize territory...
RUSSIAN Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov called yesterday for Syria to be readmitted to the Arab League as part of efforts to end the civil war in the country.
“The fact that the Syrian government, a legitimate member of the UN, can’t take part in the discussions in the Arab...
HUNDREDS of coalminers had to be rescued in Ukraine’s eastern Donbass region yesterday after Kiev-regime shelling cut power overnight.
Three government soldiers and four anti-fascist Donbass militia were killed along with one civilian in the clashes in the self-proclaimed Donetsk...
Wednesday 1st Feb 2017
THE South African Communist Party (SACP) and ANC condemned the readmission of Morocco to the African Union (AU) yesterday.
The ruling alliance partners spoke out a day after the AU summit in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa voted to approve the kingdom’s application.
RUSSIAN Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov slammed UN “inaction” yesterday, claiming Syria peace talks had been postponed to the end of February.
The way to the Geneva talks, originally set for February 8, was paved at ceasefire talks in Kazakhstan’s capital Astana this...
Saturday 28th Jan 2017
Mexican president ponders cancelling US trip as Trump begins plans for wall
Friday 27th Jan 2017
RUSSIA and Turkey reacted cautiously to US plans for refugee “safe zones” in Syria and neighbouring countries yesterday.
New US President Donald Trump trailed the idea in an interview with ABC TV on Wednesday — part of his policy of closing his borders to those in...
Levant Front seizes towns from other rebels
Wednesday 25th Jan 2017
COLOMBIA’S ELN rebels questioned the government’s commitment to peace on Monday amid a wave of peasant-leader killings.
In a statement to reporters, ELN chief negotiator Pablo Beltran expressed “serious doubts” about the government’s good faith in talks...