CUBA solidarity campaigners accused US President Donald Trump yesterday of pandering to hard-line Republicans by expelling Cuban diplomats from its Washington embassy.
posted by James Tweedie in World
RUSSIAN President Vladimir Putin called for “constructive” relations with Washington yesterday after US authorities raided consular property in San Francisco.
posted by Morning Star in World
We can always count on capitalism to take the best advantage of everything, even mass murders, writes JOHN WOJCIK
Wednesday 4th Oct 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
PROTESTS in the US city of St Louis continued for a third day yesterday following the acquittal of former police officer Jason Stockley for killing Anthony Lamar Smith there in 2011.
Mr Stockley was found not guilty of murder on Friday, six years after having shot 24-year-old...
Monday 18th Sep 2017
posted by Ben Chacko in World
Trump may think global warming is a ‘Chinese hoax’ but California, New York and 187 cities have pledged to meet
emission cuts agreed in Paris, writes FIONA EDWARDS
Thursday 14th Sep 2017
US PRESIDENT Donald Trump signed an order yesterday allowing police forces to tool up with lethal military equipment.
The Department of Defence’s Excess Property Programme, known as the 1033 Programme, allows police forces to obtain surplus military equipment.
Tuesday 29th Aug 2017
There are too many similarities between Germany’s and the United States’s neonazi problems, writes VICTOR GROSSMAN
Wednesday 23rd Aug 2017
SYRIAN troops drove Isis further back across the country yesterday — after Kurdish forces insisted that the US military will remain in northern Syria long after the jihadis are defeated.
Army troops backed by Palestinian and other volunteer militia pushed Isis fighters from the...
Saturday 19th Aug 2017
THE TALIBAN sent an open letter to US President Donald Trump yesterday urging him to end the 16-year occupation of Afghanistan.
In the letter sent to journalists by Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid, the guerilla fighters welcomed Mr Trump’s order of a review of US involvement...
Wednesday 16th Aug 2017
PYONGYANG, Seoul and Washington all mooted peace talks yesterday.
South Korean President Moon Jae In said Seoul and Washington agree that the crisis over the North’s nuclear programme should “absolutely be solved peacefully,” and that no US military action on the...