Aleppo has not seen any Russian or Syrian air raids on the city for a week, creating all the preconditions for the humanitarian pause to work, the Russian Ministry of Defense said, as terrorists in eastern part of the city continue to hold civilians hostage.
Top staff members of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton discussed in May 2015 how the candidate could possibly avoid press questioning “at message events” throughout the summer of that year, according to staff emails
France Moving More Than 6,000 Migrants From Makeshift Camp
By Elaine Ganley
Calais, France -- France began the mass evacuation Monday of the makeshift migrant camp known as ``the jungle,'' a mammoth project to erase the humanitarian blight on its northern border, where thousands fleeing war or poverty have lived in squalor, most
Irbil, Iraq -- Iraqi forces have raised the national flag over a church in a town near Mosul retaken from the Islamic State group. IS militants had sprayed graffiti on the walls of the church, and the floors were littered with dirt and garbage. The extremists had also
The Philippines says China's president has committed more than $9 billion in low-interest loans to the impoverished Southeast Asian nation in his meeting with the Philippine leader who has set aside territorial disputes in a bid for Beijing's help. The Presidential
John Kerry Demanded Ecuador Stop Wikileaks Publishing Clinton Documents
By Paul Joseph Watson
Secretary of State John Kerry demanded that Ecuador stop Wikileaks from publishing documents damaging to Hillary Clinton’s campaign back in September, according to a bombshell claim by the whistleblower organization.
Judge: Threats to Brexit Lawsuit Claimant 'Wholly Wrong'
By Jill Lawless
London -- People making threats against a woman challenging the British government over its European Union exit plans will face ``the full vigour of the law,'' a High Court judge said Monday. Financial entrepreneur Gina Miller is the lead claimant in a lawsuit
Arms Dealer Ties Hillary to Arming ISIS in Libya, Syria
By Clifford Cunningham
An arms dealer accused Hillary Clinton of transferring weapons to Islamic militants in Libya and Syria, further validating claims made by numerous whistleblowers on The Alex Jones Show. Marc Turi, an American arms dealer accused by the DOJ of violating the Arms Export Control
Jerusalem -- Israel is suspending co-operation with UNESCO a day after the U.N. cultural agency adopted a draft resolution that Israel says denies the deep historic Jewish connection to holy sites in Jerusalem. Minister Naftali
World Bank Admits Globalization Leads to Inequality
The growth of free trade has not had a positive effect for all in the developed economies, according to a World Bank document quoted by the BBC. According to an internal memo from the Washington-based organization seen by the British broadcaster
Putin Signs Decree Suspending Russia-US Deal on Plutonium Disposal
Russia has suspended a post-Cold War deal with the US on disposal of plutonium from decommissioned nuclear warheads. The decision was explained by “the hostile actions of the US” against Russia and may be reversed, if such actions are stopped. A decree signed by
Uncertainty Mars Potential for Peace in South Sudan
By Jonathan Rozen
United Nations, Sep 28 2016 (IPS) -- Nearly one month after UN Security Council members visited troubled South Sudan, disagreement reigns over even the limited outside measures proposed to try to bring the security situation in the world’s newest country under control.
United Nations, Jul 21 2016 (IPS) - Although the devastating El Niño of 2015 to 2016 has now subsided, in many parts of Africa, Central America and Southeast Asia rains and harvests are not expected to recover until 2017.
By Jomo Kwame Sundaram Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Jul 7 2016 (IPS) - When the financial crisis preceding the Great Recession broke out in late 2008, attention to the previously ignored UN Secretariat’s analytical work was greatly enhanced. This happened as
The Swedish parliament ratified a controversial deal with NATO allowing the bloc to deploy troops in the Nordic country. NATO has been pushing for closer ties with neutral European countries, on the pretext of ‘protection from Russia’.
Rising Air Pollution in World's Cities Hurting Millions
By Jamey Keaten
Geneva -- Almost everyone in large cities in poor and middle-income countries faces excessively high air pollution, a growing problem that is killing more than 3 million people each year and ``wreaking havoc on human health,'' the World Health
Rome, May 11 2016 (IPS) - Desperate, frustrated, and with little hope for the future, on 17h December 2010, the Tunisian Mohamed Bouazizi doused himself in petrol and set himself alight. Thus began the popular revolution
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