Zuma evokes Marikana deaths three years ago
Monday 17th Aug 2015
posted by James Tweedie in World
TURKISH Kurds marked the 31st anniversary on Saturday of the start of the armed struggle for national rights, as the prospect of peace further receded.
The Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK), a sister organisation of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), celebrated the August 15...
OPPOSITION groups in Ecuador launched a general strike yesterday in the latest attempt at regime change.
The Workers Unitary Front (FUT) trade union began setting up roadblocks across the country at midnight as part of a campaign aimed at bringing down the left-wing Pais Alliance of...
Friday 14th Aug 2015
Police back Oath Keepers ‘with a smile’ as racism protests subside
Thursday 13th Aug 2015
THE British Human Rights Commission (HRC) yesterday called on Westminster to take immediate action to stop paramilitary assaults on children in Northern Ireland.
Twelve Northern Irish youngsters were shot and 27 assaulted in the five years from 2009 to 2014, the HRC said in a report to...
Guerrero state campaigner found riddled with bullets in car
Wednesday 12th Aug 2015
THREE soldiers from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) were killed by landmines in the southern Yemeni city of Zinjibar on Saturday.
Air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition killed at least 20 militiamen in a “friendly fire” incident the same day.
The three Emiratis were...
Monday 10th Aug 2015
Panel will identify perpetrators and sponsors
Saturday 8th Aug 2015
US SECRETARY of State John Kerry returned to Vietnam yesterday on a goodwill visit five decades after he fought in the imperialist war there.
His visit marked the 20th anniversary of the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
At the end of a...
NORTHERN IRELAND’S chief constable joined Martin McGuinness an event in Republican west Belfast on Thursday night calling for for a new climate of reconciliation.
George Hamilton shared a stage with the Sinn Fein Deputy First Minister at a discussion event focusing on the legacy...