Dozens of people found executed by al-Qaida-linked sect
Monday 12th Oct 2015
posted by James Tweedie in World
A QUARTER of a million people marched through Berlin on Saturday in protest at the anti-democratic TTIP trade pact.
The demonstration, organised by the Confederation of German Trade Unions (DGB) drew support from left parties, environmentalists and charities.
Victim attacked while trying to flee from brutal mistreatment
Saturday 10th Oct 2015
Hamas leader Haniyeh declares third intifada
AN IRANIAN general advising Syrian forces was killed in the city of Aleppo yesterday, as Russian air raids killed two Islamic State (Isis) leaders.
Brigadier General Hossein Hamedani, a senior commander in Iran’s Revolutionary Guard, was killed by Isis on the outskirts of the...
AT LEAST 30 people were killed when the Saudi-led coalition bombed a wedding, Yemeni officials said yesterday.
Wednesday’s attack came after the UN announced that the rebel Anasarullah movement — commonly known as the Houthis — had agreed to a ceasefire.
Friday 9th Oct 2015
Defence ministers rattle sabre as anti-terror offensive continues
CUBA and the United States ended the latest round of talks on lifting the criminal blockade of the island on Wednesday.
Cuban Trade Minister Rodrigo Malmierca met US Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker, the first White House cabinet member to visit Havana since Secretary of State John...
Warships launch missiles as Damascus takes fight to terrorists
Thursday 8th Oct 2015
TRADE UNIONS around the world mobilised for yesterday’s Day for Decent Work protests, demanding an “end to corporate greed.”
More than a hundred events forming part of the annual global day of action had been registered on the International Trade Union Confederation...