Category: Special News

Algeria: President Bouteflika and the navy’s political discontinuance sport 0

Algeria: President Bouteflika and the navy’s political discontinuance sport

He last addressed the nation six years ago, but officials from Algeria’s ruling party insist that President Abdelaziz Bouteflika run for a fifth consecutive term in next year’s election. Aged 81, Bouteflika has been severely ill and confined to a wheelchair since suffering a stroke in 2013. A year later, Abdelmalek Sellal, the prime minister…

Iran pours scorn on nuclear talks, dismisses ‘tradesman’ Trump 0

Iran pours scorn on nuclear talks, dismisses ‘tradesman’ Trump

Iranian Presidency |Anadolu Agency | Getty Images President of Iran Hassan Rouhani addresses during the cabinet meeting in Tehran, Iran on December 31, 2017. Iran’s president poured scorn on Wednesday on U.S. and European discussions over Tehran’s nuclear agreement, and dismissed Donald Trump as a “tradesman” who lacked the qualifications to deal with a complex…

Mohamed Salah surpasses Ronaldo to modified into Europe’s top scorer 0

Mohamed Salah surpasses Ronaldo to modified into Europe’s top scorer

Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah has surpassed Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo to become Europe’s top scorer in all competitions. The Egyptian striker picked up two goals against his former club Roma in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final on Tuesday at Liverpool’s Anfield stadium. Liverpool won the match 5-2 and are well placed to reach…

Putin vs the Russian Net – Zero:1 0

Putin vs the Russian Net – Zero:1

Last week, President Vladimir Putin declared war on the Russian internet. The Kremlin had been slowly and quietly encroaching on freedom of the internet in Russia for a while now, but this time it went all out: State institutions were mobilised to block access to one of the most popular Russian messenger apps, Telegram. The…

Afghanistan: US-Bericht nennt Hilfe für Afghanistan intransparent 0

Afghanistan: US-Bericht nennt Hilfe für Afghanistan intransparent

Afghanistan bezieht 40 Prozent seiner zivilen Einnahmen aus einem Hilfsfonds. Wohin das Geld gelangt, ist aus Sicht des US-Senats unklar. Eine Baustelle in Kabul © Wakil Kohsar/AFP/Getty Images Der Beauftrage des US-Senats für Afghanistan hat kritisiert, dass Ausgaben aus dem Wiederaufbaufonds für Afghanistan (ARTF) nicht nachverfolgt werden könnten. Die Weltbank könne nicht messen, welche Wirkung die…