Appeal follows Turkish air raids in Syria and Iraq
Thursday 27th Apr 2017
posted by James Tweedie in World
SOUTH African Communist Party (SACP) leader Solly Mapaila has launched his harshest attack yet on ANC President Jacob Zuma, branding him a “minion” of the tycoon Gupta family.
Speaking on Tuesday night at a memorial lecture for late general secretary Chris Hani,...
SOUTH KOREA said yesterday that new key elements of a US anti-missile system have been set up on its territory.
In a step likely to alarm China and Russia as well as North Korea, Seoul announced that two or three launchers, intercept missiles and a radar had been installed at a site on...
KURDISH leaders accused Turkey of collaborating with Isis yesterday after the country’s air force killed dozens of militia in Syria and Iraq.
The Turkish military claimed the pre-dawn raids targeted Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militants preparing to enter Turkey from...
Wednesday 26th Apr 2017
Opposition insists on regime change, not talks
Macron beats Le Pen in tight first round of presidential race
Tuesday 25th Apr 2017
A MEMBER of the European security watchdog OSCE was killed and two injured yesterday when their car hit a mine in Ukraine’s breakaway east.
Two vehicles with six observers from the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe were driving near the village of Pryshyb in...
Monday 24th Apr 2017
THE Syrian Army retook a large swathe of northern Hama province yesterday, building on strategic gains in the area.
Troops captured the town of Halfaya and surrounding villages in Hama from Hayat Tahrir as-Sham (Hetesh) — the latest al-Qaida-led alliance with Western-backed...
Coup enthusiasts behind violence, government reveals
Saturday 22nd Apr 2017
World Bank urged to burn its Bridges