A GOVERNMENT inquiry into violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, which saw tens of thousands of ethnic Rohingya people flee to Bangladesh, says it has “found no evidence” of crimes against humanity or ethnic cleansing.
The army’s assault on the region — in...
Monday 7th Aug 2017
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Caracas suspended from regional trade bloc
Sunday 6th Aug 2017
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Country gripped by spate of violence
Saturday 5th Aug 2017
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US SPECIAL counsel Robert Mueller has called a grand jury over claims President Donald Trump conspired with Russia to win last year’s election.
Anonymous sources close to the investigation revealed the move to the Wall Street Journal and the Associated Press on Thursday.
SOUTH AFRICAN miners will march today to the AngloGold Ashanti headquarters in Johannesburg in protest at thousands of job losses.
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) said the march was against the firm’s announcement earlier this year of 8,500 redundancies at its operations...
AL-QAIDA-linked extremists launched an offensive on Syrian army positions in the north of Hama province yesterday, breaking a ceasefire that had held for more than a month.
The Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (Hetesh) attack north of the strategically important town of Ma’an broke the truce...
ISRAELI army medics are patching up Syrian extremists in the occupied Golan Heights before sending them back into action, photos circulated on social media suggest.
Lebanese website Al Masdar News published the images, taken at night, showing wounded guerillas being treated at a mobile...
FIREFIGHTERS extinguished a huge blaze at a Dubai skyscraper yesterday that forced residents to evacuate in the night as burning debris fell into the streets.
Several residents said the fire broke out just after 1am at the 86-storey Torch Tower — a 1,100-foot-tall residential...
LEBANON’S armed forces have requested US air strikes to drive Isis terrorists from their foothold in the Beqaa valley.
Lebanese daily newspaper al-Joumhouria reported yesterday that the military contacted the US-led coalition to request air strikes on the outskirts of the border...
PALESTINE’S occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip were set to reunite yesterday after Hamas accepted a Fatah party deal.
Details of the offer emerged on Wednesday when Fatah Central Committee member Jamal Muheisen told Voice of Palestine radio that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas...
Friday 4th Aug 2017