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...
Friday 21st Aug 2015
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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
THE Communist Party of Swaziland (CPS) has rejected a Commonwealth plan for democratisation that it says would keep the tyrannical monarchy.
The Commonwealth plan envisions a “collective roadmap,” including a national convention for a new democratic constitution.
Zuma evokes Marikana deaths three years ago
Monday 17th Aug 2015
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...