British PM sparks fresh row on Irish partition after Brexit
Thursday 17th Aug 2017
posted by James Tweedie in World
ISRAELI occupation forces shot and tear-gassed dozens of Palestinians yesterday during a pre-dawn raid to demolish a knife attacker’s home.
Troops entered the occupied West Bank village of Kobar after sealing it off to knock down the family home of 19-year-old Omar al-Abed.
DONALD TRUMP praised his North Korean counterpart yesterday for holding off on a multiple missile test in the seas around a US colony.
“Kim Jong Un of North Korea made a very wise and well reasoned decision,” the US president wrote on Twitter.
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MOURNERS gathered in the US city of Charlottesville yesterday to honour Heather Heyer who was killed after a neonazi rammed into a crowd protesting against Saturday’s far-right march.
The morning memorial service took place at the city’s Paramount Theatre as condemnation...
GERMANY rejected yesterday budget airline Ryanair’s claims of a “conspiracy” behind its bailout of rival Air Berlin until a new owner is found.
The Irish airline lodged a complaint with EU competition authorities after Air Berlin filed for bankruptcy protection and...
US VICE-PRESIDENT Mike Pence praised Argentinian President Mauricio Macri’s “bold reform agenda” of job cuts and fuel price rises on his trip to Buenos Aires on Tuesday.
“When Latin America embraces economic reforms, Latin America succeeds and so does the United...
SIERRA LEONE’S government urged family members to come to Freetown’s overwhelmed mortuary yesterday to identify their loved ones’ remains before it buries hundreds of mudslide and flood victims.
Crews continued the grim work of extracting bodies from tons of debris...
UN OBSERVERS removed the last batch of more than 8,000 arms laid down by Colombian liberation fighters on Tuesday.
The weapons were ceremonially locked in a container by President Juan Manuel Santos in the presence of Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Farc) leaders.
Maduro tells thronged masses to prepare for the threat of a Trump invasion
Wednesday 16th Aug 2017
THE TALIBAN sent an open letter to US President Donald Trump yesterday urging him to end the 16-year occupation of Afghanistan.
In the letter sent to journalists by Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid, the guerilla fighters welcomed Mr Trump’s order of a review of US involvement...