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  • Seoul carries out live-fire cruise missile practice


    SOUTH KOREA provocatively rehearsed cruise-missile strikes on the North using live weapons yesterday as the US accused China and Russia of being soft on sanctions.

    In a joint exercise with US forces, the South test-fired a missile it claimed it can hit any part of the North and destroy...

    Thursday 14th Sep 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Romania: Coastguard ships rescue more than 150 refugees


    ROMANIA’S coastguard rescued more than 150 Iranian and Iraqi refugees from a ship in trouble on the Black Sea yesterday.

    The rusty vessel was towed to the port of Constanta before dawn after it sent a distress signal and two vessels were dispatched in response.

    The...

    Thursday 14th Sep 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Iraq: Netanyahu backs Kurds’ bid for independent state


    ISRAELI Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said yesterday that Israel supports Iraq Kurdish bids for an independent state.

    His comments came a day after Iraq’s Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) President Masoud Barzani vowed to press ahead with a September 25 referendum on...

    Thursday 14th Sep 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Israeli impunity scorched as Togo summit scrapped


    Palestinians thank regional states for blocking Tel Aviv’s African PR stunt

    Wednesday 13th Sep 2017

    posted by James Tweedie in World

  • Caracas tells UN: see ‘abuse’ for yourself


    Rights probe can break through ‘media matrix’

    Wednesday 13th Sep 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Castro: Cuba will recover from Irma


    CUBAN President Raul Castro vowed on Monday that the country would recover from the devastation wrought by Hurricane Irma.

    Mr Castro said the widespread damage from the monster storm, the strongest since records began, was still being assessed after Irma “battered our...

    Wednesday 13th Sep 2017

    posted by James Tweedie in World

  • Korea: Activists fight on after delivery of Thaad launchers


    SOUTH KOREANS vowed more protests against US anti-ballistic missiles sited in their country yesterday while North Korea remained defiant in the face of new sanctions.

    At a press conference in Soseong-ri village in Seongju county, local campaigners against the deployment of the Thaad...

    Wednesday 13th Sep 2017

    posted by James Tweedie in World

  • Syria: Eastbound army set to cross river Euphrates


    THE Syrian army was poised to strike across the Euphrates river yesterday in its race to reach the Iraqi border before US-backed Kurdish forces.

    The army took Jafrah, outside Deir Ezzor on the river’s west bank, surrounding Isis fighters stuck in districts of the city freed from...

    Wednesday 13th Sep 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Egypt: Isis affiliate claims deadly suicide bombing


    EGYPT’S Isis affiliate claimed responsibility on Monday night for a suicide bomb attack on a police convoy in the Sinai peninsula that killed 18 officers.

    Police and military officials said the attack set four armoured vehicles ablaze along with a fifth one which was carrying...

    Wednesday 13th Sep 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Irma batters Cuba and Florida coast


    CUBA’S capital Havana and the US city of Miami were counting the cost yesterday after Hurricane Irma flooded both with seawater.

    The deadly tropical storm, the strongest since records began, swept inland across the US state of Florida towards Georgia and beyond, weakening to a...

    Tuesday 12th Sep 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World


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