THE Council of Europe led international criticism of Turkey’s referendum yesterday, with its observers noting flaws in the democratic process.
Turkey is a member of the 47-country council, which is not an economic federation like the 28-state EU but aims to promote democracy and...
Tuesday 18th Apr 2017
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Rebels and government co-ordinate civilian movement
Saturday 15th Apr 2017
China tells both sides to start talking peace
US OFFICIALS claimed yesterday that 36 Isis militants were killed when they dropped the largest non-nuclear weapon ever used in combat over a mountainous area in Afghanistan.
The attack, using the GBU- 43B bomb which unleashes 11 tons of explosives, was carried out near the Pakistan...
INDIA-BORN Detroit doctor Jumana Nagarwala has been charged with carrying out female genital mutilation (FGM) on young girls in what is thought to be the first prosecution of its kind in the US.
Dr Jumana Nagarwala appeared in a federal court in the US city and was remanded in...
VENEZUELAN state officials confirmed on Thursday that the right-wing opposition’s current wave of violent protests has led to five deaths in the past fortnight.
Far-right Popular Will party youth organiser Hasler Iglesias blamed President Nicolas Maduro’s administration for...
DOCTOR David Dao, the passenger dragged from a United Airways flight this week, lost two front teeth and suffered a broken nose and a concussion, his lawyer said on Thursday.
Thomas Demetrio accused the US airline industry, which last year bumped more than 475,000 passengers off...
Mistaken attack hit mainly Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces
Friday 14th Apr 2017
‘Serious failings’ during school siege massacre
EMBATTLED Brazilian coup President Michel Temer vowed on Wednesday to forge ahead with his responsibilities despite corruption investigations being opened into ministers and numerous top allies.
Given that nearly a third of his Cabinet is affected, there is speculation that the probe...