Organised crime crackdown sweeps up Colombian gang
Tuesday 25th Aug 2015
posted by James Tweedie in World
SOUTH AFRICAN trade unions joined manufacturers yesterday to call for government action on the crisis in the steel industry.
In a statement issued following meetings between several ministries, unions and employers on Friday, revolutionary union federation Cosatu urged the ANC...
GUATEMALAN President Otto Perez Molina refused to resign over corruption allegations yesterday despite calls for his impeachment.
Demonstrators gathered outside the presidential palace in Guatemala City on Sunday night, calling on the Patriotic Party leader to step down.
THE government’s motives in rebuilding ties with Iran were called into question yesterday, with leftwingers suggesting that the main goal was exploiting lucrative Iranian markets.
Speaking in Tehran a day after he reopened the British embassy following a four-year hiatus, Foreign...
posted by James Tweedie in Britain
Brazilians on the streets against impeachment
Saturday 22nd Aug 2015
Country set for September general election
Friday 21st Aug 2015
RIOTING broke out in the US city of St Louis on Wednesday night after police shot a young black man dead.
Police in riot gear used tear gas and rubber bullets after nearly 100 angry residents took to the street in the area around Page Boulevard and Walton Avenue in the afternoon. Three...
Sean Kelly questioned in McGuigan probe
Thursday 20th Aug 2015
Opposition to secretive trade deal grows
Flag paintings by Trayvon Martin’s shooter are on sale in anti-Muslim shop
Wednesday 19th Aug 2015