February 13, 2021

Trump impeachment trial heads towards rapid conclusion | Donald Trump News

Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial could conclude on Saturday, leaving a divided US Senate to decide whether the former president incited his supporters to attack the […]
February 13, 2021

Italy’s Draghi sworn in as PM amid daunting challenges | Italy News

Mario Draghi heads unity government called on to confront Italy’s coronavirus crisis and economic slump. The Italian president has sworn in a former chief of the […]
February 13, 2021

White House says no call planned to Saudi Arabia | Human Rights News

President Biden has announced an end to US support for a Saudi-led coalition’s war in Yemen. US President Joe Biden has no plans to call the […]
February 13, 2021

Project Wave: Exposed media corruption scandalises South Africa

A South African media empire is revealed to have been paid millions in exchange for pro-government coverage. Source link
February 13, 2021

Somalia: Car bomb blast near Parliament kills and wounds several | Somalia News

Explosive-laden vehicle passed through a security checkpoint in Mogadishu causing security forces to open fire. At least three people have been killed and eight others wounded […]
February 13, 2021

White House denies Biden is snubbing Israel’s Netanyahu | Benjamin Netanyahu News

PM Benjamin Netanyahu has downplayed the notion he was being slighted by US President Joe Biden. The White House has denied that US President Joe Biden […]
February 13, 2021

Critics denounce Lebanese justice system after activist’s killing | Human Rights News

Beirut, Lebanon – Rasha al-Ameen was holding up a placard bearing photographs of Lokman Slim, the Lebanese writer, activist and prominent Hezbollah critic, who was shot […]
February 13, 2021

Amiriyah bombing 30 years on: ‘No one remembers’ the victims | Conflict News

Baghdad, Iraq – Thirty years have passed since Walid William Esho had to identify the charred remains of his mother in the back of a pick-up […]
February 13, 2021

Decades of plundering: Where has Iraq’s oil wealth gone?

Iraq's dire public services, regular power cuts and water shortages have sparked protest across the country. Source link
February 13, 2021

How Myanmar’s popular uprising aims to topple military rulers | Politics News

Starve the government of legitimacy and recognition; stop it from functioning by staging strikes; and cut off its sources of funding. That is the strategy emerging […]
February 13, 2021

Melbourne’s third lockdown leaves Australia Open stands empty | Coronavirus pandemic News

Cluster that triggered the renewed restrictions were staying at a quarantine hotel at Melbourne Airport. Australia’s second-most populous state of Victoria, including capital Melbourne, entered a […]
February 13, 2021

UN envoy draws rebuke for bid to relax Venezuela sanctions | Politics News

Opposition forces in Venezuela cry foul saying UN representative is falling into ‘regime propaganda’ of Nicolas Maduro. A UN envoy said US and EU sanctions on […]
February 13, 2021

Kosovo is slowly recovering from Trump’s coup | Donald Trump News

In March 2020, under pressure from the Trump administration, the coalition government of Albin Kurti’s Movement for Self-Determination (LVV) in Kosovo collapsed in what some have […]