Troops capture 1,100 mile territory from Isis
Saturday 27th May 2017
posted by James Tweedie in World
NATO’s secretary-general confirmed yesterday that the Western military alliance would join the US-led bombing coalition in Syria and Iraq.
Speaking at the Nato summit in Brussels, Jens Stoltenberg confirmed anonymous reports from the day before that the alliance would join...
Friday 26th May 2017
Leaders express hope for peace but no concrete plans laid out
Wednesday 24th May 2017
US COMMANDOS killed seven al-Qaida militants in an overnight ground in Yemen yesterday, the Pentagon confirmed.
The US Central Command said the raid in central Marib province used “a combination of small arms fire and precision air strikes” to attack a compound used by...
A CAR bombing killed at least four people and left over 30 injured in the Syrian city of Homs yesterday as Isis terrorists came under renewed attack.
The official Sana news agency said the attack took place in the eastern al-Zahra district of the central city of Homs.
VENEZUELAN socialists marched for peace yesterday after opposition violence left three dead and late president Hugo Chavez’s childhood home torched.
Communities Minister Aristobulo Isturiz, a senior United Socialist Party (PSUV) member, called for a “great mobilisation for...
US PRESIDENT Donald Trump flew in to Israel yesterday as strikes and clashes continued across the occupied territories.
Following a meeting with his Israeli counterpart Reuven Rivlin, he said Arab nations shared “common cause” with Israel against “the threat posed by...
Tuesday 23rd May 2017
VENEZUELA condemned its neighbour Colombia on Sunday night for sending tanks to the border in a “provocation” amid increasing unrest in both countries.
The Venezuelan Foreign Ministry released a statement slamming the deployment of armoured vehicles “scant metres from...
US president seals arms deals, talks tough on terrorism
Monday 22nd May 2017
Insurgents chased out of Sweida province