International

2 weeks ago | February 4, 2019

Venezuela: Maduro rejects European Union’s ultimatum

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has rejected the pressure and ultimatum from the European Union (EU), which ...

EU Court rules on Brexit

The EU’s top court has ruled that the British government may reverse its decision to leave the bloc without consulting ...

2 weeks ago | February 2, 2019

USAID ceases assistance in West Bank and Gaza

WASHINGTON. – The US Agency for International Development has ceased all assistance to Palestinians  in the ...

2 weeks ago | January 31, 2019

Reopening Brexit deal “not on the agenda”: Europe

European leaders moved yesterday to head off British Prime Minister Theresa May's bid to rewrite the Brexit divorce ...

3 weeks ago | January 30, 2019

May seeks parly mandate to reopen Brexit deal

British Prime Minister Theresa May urged MPs yesterday to give her a mandate to renegotiate her Brexit deal with the ...

Global corruption index: US slips out of top 20 countries

The United States has plummeted in an annual corruption index, falling out of the top 20 countries for the first time ...

3 weeks ago | January 29, 2019

French police clear Paris migrant camp

Police in the French capital Paris, cleared 300 migrants from a makeshift refugee camp by Porte de la Chapelle on ...

Chinese envoys say fabricated accusation against Huawei harmful ...

Senior Chinese diplomats in Europe have recently slammed the "groundless" accusation against Chinese telecommunication ...

New evidence reveals Arctic summers now hottest for 115,000 years

Researchers have discovered in detail that the Arctic is experiencing the hottest temperatures in 115,000 years, ...

Pope fears ‘bloodbath’ in Venezuela

Pope Francis said Monday he was terrified the political crisis enveloping Venezuela would descend into a "bloodbath".

3 weeks ago | January 28, 2019

Islamist militants prime suspects in cathedral bombing

Investigators probing the Catholic cathedral bombing that killed 21 people in the Philippines' restive south said Monday ...

Action for AIDS “deeply troubled” by HIV data leak

Action for AIDS (AFA) on Monday (January 28) said the non-governmental organisation is deeply troubled by the data ...

HIV status of over 14,000 people leaked online in Singapore

The HIV-positive status of 14,200 people in Singapore, as well as their identification numbers and contact details, has ...

3 weeks ago | January 25, 2019

Venezuela’s army declares loyalty to Maduro

CARACAS. - Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has hit back at his opponents at home and abroad with backing from the ...

Ethiopia to charge restive region’s former leader with ...

ADDIS ABABA. - Prosecutors will charge the former head of Ethiopia’s strife-torn Somali region and dozens of other ...