Putin and Xi: Together we will overcome all problems before us
Thursday 9th Jul 2015
posted by James Tweedie in World
THE Iranian and US foreign ministers were sitting tight in Vienna yesterday as a nuclear energy deal remained just out of reach.
A second deadline passed on Tuesday night in talks aimed at lifting Western sanctions on Iran over its nuclear energy programme in return for assurances that...
OVER 1,500 delegates representing 150 organisations from over 40 countries have gathered in the Bolivian city of Santa Cruz for the second World Meeting of Social and People’s Movements.
Discussions will focus upon the environment and climate change, but also consider issues such...
LEADERS of the developing world gathered in the Russian city of Ufa yesterday ahead of the Brics and SCO joint summit.
The seventh summit of the Brics economic bloc of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa is being held alongside the latest meeting of Asian security alliance...
Wednesday 8th Jul 2015
Ex-finance minister will ‘wear creditors’ loathing with pride’
Tuesday 7th Jul 2015
ANTI-GOVERNMENT protesters moved their sit-in yesterday as the latest Ukraine-style colour revolution appeared to lose momentum.
Police cleared away barricades of rubbish bins that had blocked a central avenue during the so-called Electric Yerevan protests that originally sought to...
Yes and No sides stage rallies as voting looms
Saturday 4th Jul 2015
TALKS on Iran’s nuclear energy programme stalled yesterday as the United States moved the goalposts, while Israel’s prime minister likened Iran to Islamic State (Isis).
International Atomic Energy Agency director General Yukiya Amano said meetings with Iranian President...
Union general secretary Abdi seized after being invited for prison interview
Friday 3rd Jul 2015
CUBA and the US sealed the re-establishment of full diplomatic ties on Wednesday, despite fierce opposition from US Congress rightwingers.
Cuban President Raul Castro and his US counterpart Barack Obama exchanged formal letters confirming the normalisation of relations for the first...