THREE people were killed yesterday when a suicide bomber struck a bus station in the central Syrian city of Hama.
City governor Mohammad al-Hazzouri said two women and a man died and 11 people were injured in the attack.
Two more bombs were found in the building and diffused by...
Friday 7th Jul 2017
posted by James Tweedie in World
Catherine Marchi-Uhel previously worked for Hague tribunal on ex-Yugoslavia
Wednesday 5th Jul 2017
THE United Nations is expected to pass a new convention banning nuclear weapons on Friday after the final draft was released on Monday.
The third and final draft circulated at the three-week conference at the UN headquarters in New York stated that the only way to guarantee the tools...
SOUTH AFRICAN Police Minister Fikile Mbalula made a stinging attack on critics of President Jacob Zuma on Sunday.
In an executive statement on “organisation review” to the ruling ANC’s policy conference in Johannesburg he laid into “wedge-drivers” within...
Tuesday 4th Jul 2017
SYRIA’S armed forces called a four-day ceasefire in three south-western provinces yesterday ahead of peace talks in Kazakhstan.
The general command declared the truce in Quneitra, Daraa and Sweida provinces, bordering Jordan, from midnight on Sunday to midnight on Thursday...
Man dies in hospital after opposition thugs torch his lorry
Saturday 1st Jul 2017
But report does not back up US claims
SOUTH AFRICAN President Jacob Zuma acknowledged yesterday that his country and the governing ANC face problems.
In his opening speech to the party’s policy conference in Johannesburg, Mr Zuma said the country was in a “difficult period economically,” having entered a...
Soldiers fired on as they fought jihadist rebels
Friday 30th Jun 2017
VENEZUELA’S foreign minister condemned the opposition and its foreign backers for remaining largely silent over this week’s helicopter attack on the capital.
At a press conference on Wednesday, Samuel Moncada said Democratic Unity Roundtable (Mud) coalition leader Henry...