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SAFETY CONCERNS KEEP KASHMIR CHILDREN OUT OF SCHOOL

21 August 2019
SAFETY CONCERNS KEEP KASHMIR CHILDREN OUT OF SCHOOL

  Tension still remains high in Kashmir as the Indian government cracks down on dissenters and political activists in the region. This has led to children missing school. According to reports, fear of safety and a sudden spike in violence has l...

JORDANIAN DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER CRITICIZES U.S GLOBAL AGENDA

21 August 2019
JORDANIAN DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER CRITICIZES U.S  GLOBAL AGENDA

  Former Jordanian Deputy Prime Minister Jawad Anani, has criticized United States’ global agenda, saying that Trump’s actions jeopardize free trade. The United States has imposed tariffs on imports from China, Europe, Canada, and M...

AUSTRALIA JOINS U.S. IN STRAIGHT OF HORMUZ

21 August 2019
AUSTRALIA JOINS U.S. IN STRAIGHT OF HORMUZ

  Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison has announced that his country was going to join forces with the U.S. military buildup in the Middle East. Washington is putting together a coalition, to protect oil tankers and cargo ships from alleg...

KZN RIVER CLEAN-UP UNDERWAY AFTER CHEMICAL SPILLAGE SPREAD INTO INANDA DAM

21 August 2019
KZN RIVER CLEAN-UP UNDERWAY AFTER CHEMICAL SPILLAGE SPREAD INTO INANDA DAM

  Environment lobby groups and specialised teams are currently cleaning up the uMsunduzi River in KwaZulu-Natal. This comes after oil and caustic acid spilled into the river and worked its way downstream into the Inanda Dam, between Durban and...

GIFT OF THE GIVERS EXPLAINS WHY THEY WITHDREW FROM MOHAMED CASE

21 August 2019
GIFT OF THE GIVERS EXPLAINS WHY THEY WITHDREW FROM MOHAMED CASE

  Gift of the Givers say they are no longer involved in this case and withdrew on June 26th. We spoke to Dr Imtiaz Sooliman who explained that the family involved another negotiator while they were busy in negotiations and having two negotiator...

NEW VIDEO EMERGES OF CAPTURED PHOTOGRAPHER SHIRAAZ MOHAMED

21 August 2019
NEW VIDEO EMERGES OF CAPTURED PHOTOGRAPHER SHIRAAZ MOHAMED

  The family of abducted South African photographer Shiraaz Mohamed say, they are too traumatized to give comment on the latest video, which has emerged with Mohamed pleading again for anyone to help him. This is the third video that has gone v...

IRAN HOPES RELEASE OF OIL TANKER WILL LEAD TO DE-ESCALATION

20 August 2019
IRAN HOPES RELEASE OF OIL TANKER WILL LEAD TO DE-ESCALATION

  Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Iran is happy, the oil tanker Grace 1, renamed the Adrian Darya 1, was released from detention off Gibraltar and was sailing towards Greece. He added the move by the U.S. to seize the tanker...

U.S. DECRIES RELEASE OF IRANIAN OIL TANKER

20 August 2019
U.S. DECRIES RELEASE OF IRANIAN OIL TANKER

  U.S. Secretary Mike Pompeo has described the release of the Iranian oil tanker, by Gibraltar as “unfortunate” after Washington failed to convince Gibraltar to detain the vessel further. The Iranian oil tanker was detained by Briti...

U.S CONGRESS WOMAN TLAIB VOWS TO HUMANISE PALESTINIANS PLIGHT

20 August 2019
U.S CONGRESS WOMAN TLAIB VOWS TO HUMANISE PALESTINIANS PLIGHT

  Democratic Congresswomen, Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar say that Israel’s decision to restrict their travel in the region puts Muslims and Jewish people against one another. Bowing to pressure from Trump, Israel had barred a visit by Tla...

U.S. USING HUAWEI AS BARGAINING CHIP – ANALYST

20 August 2019
U.S. USING HUAWEI AS BARGAINING CHIP – ANALYST

  U.S. Senior Analyst of the telecommunications industry says the Chinese technology giant Huawei has been caught up in the trade war between U.S. and China, and is being used by the United States as a bargaining chip. Roger Entner, Founder and...

CHINA-U.S. TRADE DISPUTE AFFECTS AFRICA

20 August 2019
CHINA-U.S. TRADE DISPUTE AFFECTS AFRICA

  South African trade expert Sanusha Naidu, has pointed out that African countries will be negatively impacted by the China-U.S. trade dispute, as both remain the biggest trading partners. China and the U.S. are engaged in a trade dispute that...

TWO EFF MPS IMPLICATED IN CR17 RESIGN

20 August 2019
TWO EFF MPS IMPLICATED IN CR17 RESIGN

  In the latest development since the leak of CR17 bank statements - two EFF MPs have resigned from Parliament, as well as from the EFF’s central command team, for money they received from President Cyril Ramaphosa’s 2017 ANC presid...

IRANIAN OIL TANKER FREED

19 August 2019
IRANIAN OIL TANKER FREED

  The Iranian oil tanker, Grace 1 seized in July by British Royal Marines on suspicion of breaking sanctions by delivering oil to Syria left Gibraltar yesterday, hours after the British territory rejected a U.S. request to detain the vessel fur...

U.S. USING TRADE AS WEAPON, SEEN AS DANGEROUS - ANALYST

19 August 2019
U.S. USING TRADE AS WEAPON, SEEN AS DANGEROUS - ANALYST

  The United States policy of “protectionism” has been seen by many experts, including the World Trade Organisation, as reckless and inconsistent with international rules of trade. The United States announced earlier this month that...

FORMER MALAYSIAN PM OFF THE HOOK FOR NOW

19 August 2019
FORMER MALAYSIAN PM OFF THE HOOK FOR NOW

  Former Malaysian Prime Minister, Najib Razak remains a free man after the Kuala Lumpur High Court postponed his multi-billion-dollar trial involving misuse of state fund at 1MDB, a state owned entity. Najib has been hit with 42 criminal charg...

PROTESTERS MARCH IN KASHMIR’S SRINAGAR

19 August 2019
PROTESTERS MARCH IN KASHMIR’S SRINAGAR

Residents in Kashmir’s Srinagar took to the streets yesterday (August 18) demanding freedom. Indian authorities re-imposed restrictions on movement in major parts of the city, following violent overnight clashes between residents and police. T...

KASHMIR SCHOOLS REMAIN SHUT

19 August 2019
KASHMIR SCHOOLS REMAIN SHUT

  Schools remain shut in Kashmir’s biggest city of Srinagar. Despite promises to re-open schools and government offices by today (Aug 19) , Indian authorities re-instated restrictions on movement in parts of Srinagar on Sunday, following...

CELEBRATIONS IN SUDAN AS POWER-SHARING DEAL IS SIGNED

19 August 2019
CELEBRATIONS IN SUDAN AS POWER-SHARING DEAL IS SIGNED

Thousands took to the streets of Khartoum this past weekend to celebrate Sudan's main opposition coalition and the ruling military council signing a final power-sharing deal. The deal, signed on Saturday, paves the way for a transitional government,...

POLICE DEPLOYED IN SOWETO AFTER FOREIGN-OWNED SHOPS RANSACKED

15 August 2019
POLICE DEPLOYED IN SOWETO AFTER FOREIGN-OWNED SHOPS RANSACKED

  Police have been deployed to Soweto after several foreign-owned shops were ransacked, trashed and looted last night. The looting occurred in different parts of Soweto such as Moroka, Dlamini, Protea Glen, Dobsonville, Rockville and Zola. It i...

SEMENYA SPEAKS UP ABOUT LACK OF SUPPORT FROM COMPETITORS

15 August 2019
SEMENYA SPEAKS UP ABOUT LACK OF SUPPORT FROM COMPETITORS

  Double Olympic champion Caster Semenya, who has been locked in a battle over her testosterone levels with athletics authorities, says she did not feel supported by other women in sport. Semenya said this at a women's conference in Johannesbur...

EGYPT’S RABAA MASSACRE GETS COMMEMORATED IN SOUTH AFRICA

15 August 2019
EGYPT’S RABAA MASSACRE GETS COMMEMORATED IN SOUTH AFRICA

  Events are being held in South Africa this week to commemorate Egypt’s Rabaa Massacre which took place in Cairo. On August the 14th 2013, Egyptian police opened fire on demonstrators opposed to the military's ousting of the late former...

TEXAS APPOINTS DOMESTIC “TERRORISM TASK FORCE” AFTER EL PASO SHOOTING

15 August 2019
TEXAS APPOINTS DOMESTIC “TERRORISM TASK FORCE” AFTER EL PASO SHOOTING

  Texas Governor, Greg Abbot has announced the establishment of a domestic “terrorism task force” to deal mainly with “hate-filled extremism” following the mass shooting in El Paso on August 3, which mainly targeted Lati...

NZ MOSQUE SHOOTER’S LETTER FROM PRISON ENDED UP CIRCULATING ONLINE

15 August 2019
NZ MOSQUE SHOOTER’S LETTER FROM PRISON ENDED UP CIRCULATING ONLINE

  Lawyers for Australian suspect Brenton Tarrant who shot and killed more than 50 Muslim worshippers at two different mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand on March 15th, want his trial moved to another location. According to reports, a letter w...

STORM HITS JAPAN

15 August 2019
STORM HITS JAPAN

  Japanese authorities have warned that rainfall lashing parts of western Japan could surpass 1 000 mm in some areas over the next 24 hours, and advised more than 400 000 residents to evacuate. Tropical storm Krosa, bore down on Japan today, fo...

U.S. HALTS NEW TARIFF INCREASE ON CHINESE IMPORTS

14 August 2019
U.S. HALTS NEW TARIFF INCREASE ON CHINESE IMPORTS

  The United States’ Trade Representative, Robert Lighthizer, has announced that the new 10% tariff, on $300 billion worth of Chinese imports, that was due to take effect on September 1st would be delayed on certain items such as cell pho...

HONG KONG TOURISM DECLINES AS PROTESTS DRAG ON

14 August 2019
HONG KONG TOURISM DECLINES AS PROTESTS DRAG ON

  A survey released by the Hong Kong’s Tourism Board shows that the number of tourist groups heading for Hong Kong has plummeted to more than 70% since June, which resulted in a 75% drop in tourism revenue. Weeks of protests and violent i...

HONG KONG AIRPORT REOPENS AMID RECENT PROTESTS

14 August 2019
HONG KONG AIRPORT REOPENS AMID RECENT PROTESTS

  Hong Kong airport resumed operations today after flights were disrupted over the past two days. Hong Kong and China have strongly condemned Tuesday's violence at the Hong Kong International Airport and extended support to the Hong Kong police...

NEW EBOLA TREATMENT BOOSTS SURVIVAL RATES

14 August 2019
NEW EBOLA TREATMENT BOOSTS SURVIVAL RATES

  Scientists are moving closer to curing the deadly Ebola virus after new experimental medication showed survival rates of 90% in clinical trials in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). According to the U.S. National Institute for Allergy an...

HAJJ PILGRIMAGE WINDS DOWN

14 August 2019
HAJJ PILGRIMAGE WINDS DOWN

  Millions of Hajj Pilgrims in Saudi Arabia from around the world returned to Makkah for final prayers yesterday. As the world’s largest annual gathering of Muslims wound down, Saudi authorities say the logistical, security and health pla...

ANC REDEPLOY KZN MAYORS FROM ETHEKWINI AND UMSUNDUZI

14 August 2019
ANC REDEPLOY KZN MAYORS FROM ETHEKWINI AND UMSUNDUZI

  The African National Congress in KwaZulu Natal says they want to see service delivery improvement in the eThekwini and uMsunduzi municipalities. The two controversial Mayors from eThekwini, Zandile Gumede, as well as uMsunduzi Mayor Them...

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Economist Mohammed Shtayyeh, a member of the West Bank's dominant Fatah party, has been appointed as the new was named Palestinian prime minister on Sunday. The appointment was announced six weeks after Rami al-Hamdallah tendered his resignation from the post and the resignation of his unity government to President Mahmoud Abbas. 

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