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  • ANC responding with caution to student-fee report


    SOUTH Africa’s ruling ANC cautiously welcomed yesterday a report on university tuition fees that recommended they stay in place but are paid back through a higher rate of tax.

    The Heher commission, which wrote the report, was set up following anti-fees protests in 2015 and 2016....

    Wednesday 15th Nov 2017

    posted by James Tweedie in World

  • Unions gear up for Labour win


    AUSTRALIAN trade unions urged their members yesterday to canvass for a Labour by-election victory to help bring down the right-wing Liberal government.

    The Australian Council of Trade Unions sent out emails calling for members of its constituent organisations to campaign in the...

    Wednesday 15th Nov 2017

    posted by James Tweedie in World

  • Hariri promises he’ll be back within two days


    RUNAWAY Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri promised yesterday to return within two days from Saudi Arabia, where he is allegedly being held captive.

    But, in his first tweet in a week, he said his family would remain “in their home” in the kingdom.

    Mr Hariri left...

    Wednesday 15th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • US ‘taking world to brink of nuclear war’


    NORTH Korea’s ambassador to the United Nations warned on Monday that US military provocations were taking the world to the brink of nuclear war.

    Ja Song Nam said in a letter to secretary-general Antonio Guterres that current military exercises by US and South Korean forces were...

    Wednesday 15th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Massive quake kills over 400 on Iran-Iraq border


    Rural Kermanshah province bears the brunt of 7.3-magnitude natural disaster

    Tuesday 14th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Maronite cardinal flies off to restore Lebanon to normal


    MARONITE Catholic Cardinal Bechara al-Rai flew to Saudi Arabia for talks yesterday, saying that the return of Prime Minister Saad Hariri would help restore normal life to Lebanon.

    He said before leaving that the Lebanese people have been “unsettled” since Mr Hariri’s...

    Tuesday 14th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • EU slaps arms sale ban on Venezuela


    EUROPEAN Union foreign ministers imposed an arms sales ban on Venezuela yesterday and set up a system to direct asset freezes and travel restrictions against Venezuelan officials.

    “These measures will be used in a gradual and flexible manner and can be expanded by targeting those...

    Tuesday 14th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Red alert: SACP gets ready for possible ANC challenge


    SOUTH African Communist Party leader Blade Nzimande put members on guard at the weekend, telling them to prepare to contest forthcoming elections if next month’s ANC elective conference excludes Communists from leading positions.

    Speaking at the party’s Red October rally in...

    Tuesday 14th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Saudis allow blockaded ports to start reopening


    SAUDI ARABIA, which has faced widespread international criticism over its blockade of all Yemen’s air and seaports, announced yesterday that its coalition fighting Houthi Shi’ite popular committees will begin reopening them.

    Over 20 aid groups had warned that the measure...

    Tuesday 14th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Unconvincing condemnation of racism


    POLAND’S Foreign Ministry paid lip service to condemning racist, anti-semitic and xenophobic ideas yesterday, while portraying the weekend’s large nationalist march in Warsaw as an expression of patriotic feeling.

    The ministry called the march on the Independence Day...

    Tuesday 14th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World


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