Archive du mois : avril 2018

US: Secretary of Divulge Mike Pompeo arrives in Riyadh 0

US: Secretary of Divulge Mike Pompeo arrives in Riyadh

Mike Pompeo, the new US secretary of state, has arrived in Saudi Arabia as part of a three-day Middle East tour that also includes Jordan and Israel. Pompeo was greeted in Riyadh on Saturday by his Saudi counterpart Adel al-Jubeir and was expected to meet Khalid bin Salman, the kingdom’s ambassador to the US, as well as attend…

Detention center Time for Mexican Border Remark Law enforcement officials Convicted for Rapes, Robberies 0

Detention center Time for Mexican Border Remark Law enforcement officials Convicted for Rapes, Robberies

Coahuila Government by Cartel Chronicles28 Apr 20180 28 Apr, 201828 Apr, 2018 SALTILLO, Coahuila — A Mexican court sentenced two police officers from the city of Saltillo to prison for their role in a string of armed robberies and rapes. The attacks occurred as the cops claimed to be carrying out police raids. The victims in…

Home battery surges in Russia after decriminalisation 0

Home battery surges in Russia after decriminalisation

Moscow – The State Duma signed a bill early last year to decriminalise some forms of domestic abuse in Russia – a move condemned by critics as the sanctioning of violence. According to the new amendments, first-time offenders would be fined instead of being charged and tried in a court of law. While the move…

Nikol Pashinyan urges renewed protests in Armenia 0

Nikol Pashinyan urges renewed protests in Armenia

Armenia’s opposition leader has called on supporters to stage protests again on Sunday, according to an Interfax news agency report. Nikol Pashinyan was to address supporters in Vanadzor, Armenia’s third-largest city, as part of a drive to secure popular support in the run-up to a crucial vote on May 1. « All protest actions, actions of civil…

Missing London rapper ‘threw himself into sea,’ Brazilian police disclose 0

Missing London rapper ‘threw himself into sea,’ Brazilian police disclose

1/50 27 April 2018 US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, right, speaks with British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, left, and Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders, center, during a meeting of the North Atlantic Council at NATO headquarters in Brussels. NATO held its last major meeting in its old headquarters, with talks focused on strained ties…

Sergey Lavrov: The US is making an are trying to divide Syria 0

Sergey Lavrov: The US is making an are trying to divide Syria

Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has accused the US of trying to divide Syria while ignoring international law by launching missiles into the country. Lavrov made the accusations on Saturday while meeting with his Turkish and Iranian counterparts in Moscow following their talks on the seven-year Syrian war, which has killed hundreds of thousands of people.…

Israel and the inability of collective hope 0

Israel and the inability of collective hope

The United Nations sits on First Avenue, just off of 41st Street, overlooking the East River in New York City. It opened to great applause and expectation. A wishful answer to the madness that had become a world unleashed with the scent of blood and the all too customary wail of mourn.  It was to…

Newcastle United zero West Brom 1: Phillips keeps Baggies hopes alive 0

Newcastle United zero West Brom 1: Phillips keeps Baggies hopes alive

West Brom kept their slim survival hopes alive as Matt Phillips scored only his second Premier League goal of the season to secure a 1-0 victory at Newcastle United. The Baggies knew only three points on Saturday would be enough to save them from their 10th relegation from the top-flight and caretaker boss Darren Moore got…

UNRWA: Three,500 Palestinian refugees fly Syria’s Yarmouk camp 0

UNRWA: Three,500 Palestinian refugees fly Syria’s Yarmouk camp

An estimated 3,500 Palestinians have fled the embattled Yarmouk refugee camp during a week of violence, according to the UN, as the Syrian government escalates its ongoing military operation in southern Damascus. Yarmouk, which has been besieged by the Syrian government and opposition groups since 2013, was once home to nearly 200,000 people, among them…