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  • Turkey: Istanbul hits out against Berlin over tourist warning


    TURKEY’S Foreign Ministry has accused Germany of “blackmail and threats” after Berlin issued a warning to tourists and threatened export sanctions over the charging of a human rights activist.

    Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel issued a travel warning to German citizens...

    Friday 21st Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Philippines: Duterte flies out to Marawi amid martial law dispute


    FILIPINO President Rodrigo Duterte flew to Marawi yesterday to address soldiers and police fighting Isis-affiliated Maute and Abu Sayyaf militants.

    At least 421 terrorists, 99 troops and police and 45 civilians have died in the fighting, which has driven out most of the city’s...

    Friday 21st Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • British Gas pays £1m comp for missed appointments


    BRITISH GAS has paid £1.1 million in compensation to its customers after breaching industry standards, it was announced yesterday.

    The energy giant’s third-party agents missed appointments or turned up late, and did not compensate customers as required by watchdog...

    Friday 21st Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Katie Hopkins has Mail article spiked after nazi chat


    HATE-MONGER Katie Hopkins went too far even for the Daily Mail yesterday, seemingly having her latest article for the right-wing rag pulled after palling about with Holocaust deniers.

    The Mail columnist joined far-right activists from the Defend Europe group that is sending ships to...

    Friday 21st Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • ‘Burning injustice’ exposed in education


    RESEARCHERS laid into the “burning injustices” in the education system yesterday after finding that half of pupils expelled from school have recognised mental health problems.

    The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) found that on average 35 children are excluded...

    Friday 21st Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Wales: Care staff facing wage cut of £3k go on strike


    CARE staff at Bron Afron housing association are starting their second period of strike action in a dispute over pay today.

    The workers face drastic pay cuts of more than £3,000 a year after the company issued new contracts in April, according to Unison which represents the...

    Friday 21st Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • 200,000 hospital beds lost due to delays


    LABOUR has accused the SNP of mismanaging the NHS after it was revealed that hundreds of thousands of hospital beds have been lost due to delayed discharges.

    According to NHS figures, there have been 206,537 bed days lost since January due to delayed discharges, despite Scottish Health...

    Friday 21st Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Disability Activists Storm Parliament


    Commons cops try to block disabled people’s rally in Parliament against heartless Tories’ killer cuts

    Thursday 20th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Korean Peninsula: Moon reveals plans for total nuke disarmament by 2020


    SOUTH Korea unveiled a plan for peace with North Korea and complete nuclear disarmament by 2020 yesterday.

    The proposals were laid out in a five-year plan by new President Moon Jae In’s Democratic Party government, China’s Xinhua agency reported.

    Seoul will push for...

    Thursday 20th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Bangladesh: 17 Gulf state NGOs accused of funding terrorist groups


    by Siam Sarower Jamil in Dhaka

    SAUDI and other Gulf state NGOs are funding terrorist groups in Bangladesh and India, intelligence services have claimed.

    The Bangladesh Finance Intelligence Unit (BFIU) revealed the bombshell conclusions of a special government taskforce...

    Thursday 20th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World


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