POLAND will fight the idea of a multi-speed European Union at the bloc’s forthcoming anniversary summit, the ruling conservative party’s leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski declared yesterday.
Leaders from France, Germany, Spain and Italy called earlier this month for groups of...
Tuesday 21st Mar 2017
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Monday 20th Mar 2017
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Threats, violence, arrests await No campaigners
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THE father of the slain Paris airport gunman said yesterday that his son was under the influence of drink or drugs, not radical Islam.
His comments on a radio programme hours after being released from police questioning came as Paris prosecutors said that coroners were testing Ziyed...
SOUTH AFRICAN Communist Party (SACP) general secretary Blade Nzimande claimed yesterday that “factionalism is destroying the alliance” with the ruling ANC.
Speaking at the annual memorial lecture for late ANC president-in-exile Oliver Tambo, he called for a debate on...
IRISH Republicans voiced their beef with Brazil yesterday over imports of rotten meat.
Sinn Fein Dail member Martin Kenny demanded a Europewide ban on beef imports in the wake of the Operation Weak Flesh police swoop in Brazil on Saturday, which found dozens of meatpacking firms were...
OIL could flow through a pipeline under the US Standing Rock reservation today after a Washington court rejected an emergency appeal by the Sioux nation.
Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners said the much contested Dakota access pipeline could be turned on between today and Wednesday...
Syrian forces accuse Israel of aiding Isis
Saturday 18th Mar 2017
US SECRETARY of State Rex Tillerson threatened pre-emptive attacks on North Korea yesterday if its nuclear weapons programme goes too far.
Speaking in the South Korean capital Seoul on the second leg of a three-nation tour of the Far East, Mr Tillerson said: “All of the options...
SOLIDARITY campaigners urged the Colombian government to act yesterday after a shocking UN report revealed that far-right paramilitaries murdered 127 people last year.
The report by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights was released in Colombia on Thursday.
It said many of...