The arming of Syrian Kurds should continue despite the US pulling outs its troops, the American general overseeing the entire Middle East believes. Such a plan is sure to anger Turkey, which considers Kurdish militias terrorists. Read Full Article at RT.com
Police and federal agents are responding to reports of an active shooter at a steel facility in Aurora, Illinois. Schools have been placed on lockdown and SWAT teams dispatched to the site. Read Full Article at RT.com
[Premium Times] On Saturday, voters across Nigeria will go to the poll to elect the president, 109 senators and 360 members of the House of Representatives.
[The Conversation Africa] Imagine bringing the best of all academic disciplines, artistic creations, activist experience and health care knowledge to bear on understanding and addressing current health care concerns. Rather than silos of people working in their specific areas of interest, imagine collaborations committed to listening and learning from all participants.
President of the Rotaract club, Leona Jeremiah has said that the club has made a significant contribution to the cultural and personal development of Dominica’s youth by hosting the annual Carnival Princess Show for the past 20 years. She is promoting...
“Hands up, if you love family, show me your hands if you is one of we”. So sings St Vincent and the Grenadines soca sensation Gamal “Skinny Fabulous” Doyle in his verse of this year’s Road March contender “Famalay”. Well,...
The Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development has facilitated the return of thirty-eight (38) students who dropped out of the school system following the passage of Hurricane Maria. These include nine (9) students referred to Skills Based Programs at...
Retired Inspector of police Michael Laduat is now a magistrate in the Commonwealth of Dominica. The Judicial & Legal Services Commission (JLSC) based in St. Lucia, approved the recommendation for his appointment and Laduat took his oath and was handed...
WASHINGTON (AP) --- Battling with one branch of government and opening a new confrontation with another, President Donald Trump declared a national emergency Friday to fulfill his pledge to construct a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. https://twitter.com/WhiteHouse/status/1096432588925759488 Bypassing Congress, which approved far less money for his proposed wall than he had sought, Trump said he will use executive action to siphon billions of dollars from federal military construction and counterdrug efforts for the wall, aides said. The move drew immediate bipartisan criticism on Capitol Hill and is expected to face rounds of legal challenges. Trump made the announcement ...Keep on reading: BREAKING NEWS: Trump Declares National Emergency to Fund His Border Wall
Trump also repeated his claim that «walls work».
Web portal can be used for application of ID cards and online certificate attestations
During the meeting, the Kerala CM extended an official invitation to Sheikh Mohammed to visit Kerala.
Anton Siluanov recalled that the «laws should not be violated»
According to the Russian Defence Ministry, US-backed militants forcibly prevent refugees from leaving the Rukban camp, where they live in inhuman conditions
Foreign Minister Heiko Maas stressed the neccesity of dialogue amid «crisis»
The defense of Michael Calvey asked the court to reschedule the meeting as it needs extra time to provide documents concerning the defendant's personality
reporter.bz-REPORTER NEWSPAPER- News Staff - Another fugitive, this time a Hungarian who was wanted in his country for human trafficking, living off the earnings of prostitution, drug trafficking, and other
Burglars raided the Victor L. Bryant armory warehouse on Chetumal Street in Belize City early Tuesday morning and got away with a hefty cache of weapons and ammunition. The heist
The life of retired American National Elizabeth Rousseau 74 was tragically cut short on Wednesday night following an aggravated burglary at her home on the Consejo Road in Corozal where
Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard has introduced a bill to Congress which would prevent President Donald Trump from withdrawing the US from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF). Read Full Article at RT.com
Pro-Israel lobbyists funneled more than $22 million into the 2018 US election cycle, making the lobby far more active and influential than those aligned with other foreign nations, public records show. Read Full Article at RT.com
Top seed Simona Halep came back from 4-1 down in the deciding set to beat Elina Svitolina 6-3 3-6 6-4 in the Qatar Open semi-final on Friday, marking her first victory over the Ukrainian in nearly two years.
The EU's trade surplus with the United States reached a record level in 2018, data showed on Friday (Feb 15), increasing the risk that US President Donald Trump's anger could reignite a trade war.
President Donald Trump on Friday praised China's use of capital punishment for drug dealers, suggesting that the United States would deal better with narcotics trafficking if it put offenders to death.
Officials said as the bodies of the troops were badly mutilated and charred due on the impact of the RDX-triggered blast, it became very difficult to ascertain their identities.
Had it not been for voter suppression, two veterans of her campaign believe, Stacey Abrams would now be first African American woman elected state governor in the United States. While Abrams was being broadcast nationwide in her official Democratic Party rebuttal to the president's State of the Union address, the two Abrams campaign directors were visiting California, looking for young people of color to help in future election efforts. With their Blue Institute, Ashley Robinson, 29, and Genny Castillo, 32, are hoping to fast-track peers into political careers. Given how diverse the country has become, communities of color need to not only field their own...Keep on reading: Rep. Abrams’ aides seek to diversify campaign staffs
Kourtney Liggins worked as an eighth-grade teacher for 5 years at the Transfiguration School, a religious-run school in Los Angeles. Liggins was unmarried and seven months pregnant when her boss told her that her «pregnancy would morally corrupt impressionable teenagers» at the school. Her boss referred to her unborn child as «it» and said that «it» would not be permitted on the school campus. When Liggins complained to school officials she was told to «pray on it.» The school also barred her boyfriend, the father of her unborn child, from participating in a school meeting, and ultimately banned him from school grounds. When Liggins gave birth, she was ordered to cut her maternity...Keep on reading: Firing an employee for being pregnant and unmarried is illegal
NEW YORK -- Leaders of the Filipino-American Filipino-American organizations in the U.S. northeast attended the 5th General Assembly hosted by the consulate at the Philippine Center New York's Kalayaan Hall on Feb. 9. Fil-Am leaders from Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York came to the annual event, which gave updates on the consulate's calendar of activities, programs and services for 2019. Consul General Claro S. Cristobal reported on last year's accomplishments and highlighted new projects such as academe networking, women entrepreneur's forum, business and career networking event, workshops on leadership and management fo...Keep on reading: Fil-Am leaders in U.S. northeast gather in annual NY assembly
TRACY, California -- Tracy police arrested Joseph Dumlao of Stockton, for mail theft after the 29-year-old Fil-Am allegedly broke into a community mailbox on Choisser Court at about 8 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 30. Dumlao was arrested the following morning, when investigators with the San Joaquin County Delta Regional Auto Theft Team informed the Tracy Police Department that a van that Dumlao allegedly used to get away was found in a Stockton shopping center. Dumlao tried to get away but a Tracy Police dog caught him. Dumlao also had warrants for his arrest for robbery from the Stockton Police Department and from the California Highway Patrol for evading a peace officer, possession o...Keep on reading: Fil-Am nabbed for mail theft in Tracy, California
WASHINGTON (AP) --- Battling with one branch of government and opening a new confrontation with another, President Donald Trump declared a national emergency Friday to fulfill his pledge to construct a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. Bypassing Congress, which approved far less money for his proposed wall than he had sought, Trump said he will use executive action to siphon billions of dollars from federal military construction and counterdrug efforts for the wall, aides said. The move drew immediate bipartisan criticism on Capitol Hill and is expected to face rounds of legal challenges. Trump made the announcement from the Rose Garden, as he claimed illegal immigration was "...Keep on reading: Trump declares national emergency for his border wall