Breaking News

Recent Posts

Iran says it successfully tested a mid-range ballistic missile two weeks ago

An Iranian military official has revealed the country successfully tested a precision-guided medium-range ballistic missile two weeks ago, as Tehran continues to bolster what it insists is a purely defensive arsenal.. The Islamic Republic has worked to improve the range and accuracy of its missiles over the past year, which it says will make them a more potent deterrent with conventional warheads against its enemy Israel… Source: Iran says it successfully tested a mid-range ballistic missile two weeks ago – ... Read More »

End of World: May 9 transit of Mercury

A NEW theory has emerged to suggest the transit of Mercury overnight was linked to the Bible’s prophecy of destruction. Shame it held no merit.. YouTube channel The Prophetico released a video last week analysing the correlation between the alignment of the planets and star constellations, suggesting this natural phenomenon could be of grave significance… Source: End of World: May 9 transit of Mercury Read More »

Greece looks to international justice to regain Parthenon marbles from UK

As 200th anniversary of artefacts’ removal approaches, Greek culture minister says government will appeal to courts and the likes of UN.. Greece has not abandoned the idea of resorting to international justice to repatriate the Parthenon marbles and is investigating new ways in which it might bring a claim against the British Museum… Source: Greece looks to international justice to regain Parthenon marbles from UK | Art and design | The Guardian Read More »

Slovak customs officers shoot and injure Syrian migrant woman

Slovak customs officers injured a Syrian woman on May 9 when they shot at a car carrying migrants from Hungary into Slovakia, authorities said.. Police in Europe have sometimes used water cannon and tear gas to prevent migrants from crossing borders but this may be the first reported incident inside the continent’s passport-free Schengen zone where migrants have been shot at… Source: Slovak customs officers shoot and injure Syrian migrant woman – EUROPE Read More »

Putin calls for non-aligned international security system in face of global terror threat

Vladimir Putin said Russia is all for creating a non-aligned system of international security to counter global terror. The president, speaking at the V-Day parade in Moscow, called on all nations to learn the lessons of WWII… Source: Putin calls for non-aligned international security system in face of global terror threat — RT News Read More »

Why Turkey’s Historic Churches Are Being Turned Into Mosques

Christians in Turkey have become a tiny minority. The few remaining Christian churches in Anatolia are also on the path to total annihilation. Christians in Turkey have – throughout the centuries — been turned into a tiny, dwindling minority. The remaining few Christian churches in Anatolia are also on the path to total annihilation. Hagia Sophia in Trabzon: Church-mosque-museum and… Source: Why Turkey’s Historic Churches Are Being Turned Into Mosques Read More »

Gold Logie 2016 winner Waleed Aly stuns with powerful speech

Television presenter Waleed Aly silenced his critics with a stunning victory at the annual TV Week Logie Awards last night. Aly, who co-hosts Ten’s news panel program The Project, was one of six personalities up for the night’s top award – the publicly-voted Gold Logie – and, with SBS presenter Lee Lin Chin, had been branded a controversial inclusion by some quarters of the media… Source: Gold Logie 2016 winner Waleed Aly stuns with powerful speech Read More »

Bulgarian Socialists pick first female leader

Bulgaria’s Socialist Party (BSP), the biggest opposition party in the Balkan country, chose a new leader on May 8 with the task of winning back disaffected voters and pushing for an early general election.. Kornelia Ninova, the first female leader in the BSP’s 125-year history, won 395 votes from delegates at the party’s congress, with her predecessor Mihail Mikov coming second on 349… Source: Bulgarian Socialists pick first female leader – EUROPE Read More »

India stares at complete breakdown of ties with Nepal

The cancellation of the visit by the Nepalese President Bidhya Devi Bhandari to India on Monday; the abandonment of the idea of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi attending the ‘Buddh Purnima’ in Lumbini on May 21; Kathmandu’s decision to recall its ambassador in New Delhi – the weekend is packed with dramatic developments that have deeply wounded the India-Nepal relationship… Source: India stares at complete breakdown of ties with Nepal – Asia Times Read More »

Muslim Leaders Wage Theological Battle, Stoking ISIS’ Anger

As the military and political battle against the Islamic State escalates, Muslim imams and scholars in the West are fighting on another front — through theology. Imam Suhaib Webb, a Muslim leader in Washington, has held live monthly video chats to refute the religious claims of the Islamic State, also known asISIS or ISIL. In a dig at the extremists, he broadcast from ice cream parlors and called his talks “ISIS and ice cream.”… Source: Muslim Leaders Wage Theological Battle, ... Read More »

Russia beams message into Georgia: ‘You belong to us’

With EU membership a distant prospect, Moscow fires up its propaganda machine in Tbilisi… TBILISI, Georgia — The EU used to be seen here as a beacon of democracy and prosperity. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the prospect of membership fueled reforms all over the region. The allure of today’s European Union, plagued with crisis, appears to be waning… Source: Russia beams message into Georgia: ‘You belong to us’ – POLITICO Read More »

Philippines investigates Shell and Exxon over climate change

A legal case will consider if the emissions of 50 fossil fuel companies violate the human rights of those hit by extreme weather.. Can Chevron, ExxonMobil and BP be held accountable for the vulnerable communities most affected by climate change? It’s a question a legal case in the Philippines could answer… Source: Philippines investigates Shell and Exxon over climate change | Guardian Sustainable Business | The Guardian Read More »

Brexit – the day after: what would it be like?

A UK withdrawal from the EU could have profound consequences for Britain, Ireland and Europe. The first part of a series imagines the immediate aftermath of an exit vote.. It is the morning of Friday, June 24th, 2016, at 10 Downing Street, and for David Cameron the news is still sinking in: the United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union… Source: Brexit – the day after: what would it be like? Read More »