Judges OK bar on arrivals from Muslim countries
Tuesday 27th Jun 2017
posted by Morning Star in World
SYRIAN and allied forces claimed new victories against Isis and the US-backed opposition along the southern border yesterday.
The official Sana news agency said troops had struck north from the Iraqi border to al-Dolei’yat, taking control of the oil pipeline to Iraq between the...
posted by James Tweedie in World
ISIS “sleepers” set homes and cars ablaze before launching a wave of suicide attacks in the recently freed west of the major Iraqi city of Mosul on Sunday night.
Members of the death cult, which had held the northern city for three years, mingled with returning civilians to...
AN INQUEST into the alleged apartheid police murder of South African communist Ahmed Timol reopened in Johannesburg yesterday after 45 years.
The 1972 inquest accepted the police version of events that Mr Timol killed himself by jumping out of the narrow 10th-floor window of the John...
ALBANIA’S ruling pro-EU Socialist Party held a commanding lead yesterday in the count for Sunday’s election, seen as crucial to accession to the bloc.
The Central Election Commission said that, with almost 60 per cent of the ballots counted, Prime Minister Edi Rama’s...
LEADING zionist body the Jewish Agency cancelled a gala dinner with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday over a U-turn on allowing women to pray at the Wailing Wall.
The agency warned the government’s reversal of plans for a mixed-sex prayer area at the Western...
ANC leaders in South Africa’s Western Cape have accused a factional “clique” of disbanding the party’s Dullah Omar (Cape Town) structure at a late-night meeting.
ANC Dullah Omar region chairman Xolani Sotashe said on Sunday that 16 members of the Western Cape...
Tudeh Party warns of threats to sovereignty and democracy
Monday 26th Jun 2017
Huge conference urges end to neoliberalism
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