Fri, 26 Apr 2019

Saudi Arabia excecutions rile UN human rights chief

GENEVA, Switzerland - A wave of executions in cities across Saudi Arabia on Tuesday has brought a sharp rebuke from  ...

U.S. woman who sold state secrets to Chinese spies enters guilty plea

WASHINGTON DC - A former U.S. State Department official with TOP SECRET security clearance has admitted providing documents to China ...

Palestinian boy who tried to flee Israeli captors is shot in both legs

WEST BANK, Palestinian territories - A bound and blindfolded 15-year old Palestinian schoolboy has been shot in both legs because, ...

140 people have contacted police over death of Lyra McKee

DERRY/LONDONDERRY, Northern Ireland - Police investigating the murder of Belfast journalist Lyra McKee have been overwhelmed with support so far ...

39-year old man appears in Sydney court charged with false bomb report

SYDNEY, Australia - A 39-year old man appeared before a Sydney court on Wednesday charged with a hoax bomb threat ...

Whistleblower Chelsea Manning to stay in jail indefinitely

RICHMOND, Virginia - Former U.S. Private Chelsea Manning who leaked classified U.S. military documents which exposed atrocities during the Iraq ...

Libyan clashes causing untold grief for civilians

TRIPOLI, Libya - Civlians are still being killed and injured since fighting began near the Libyan capital Tripoli nearly 3 ...

Internet crime in America almost doubled last year

WP finalise SuperSport Rugby Challenge preparations

Cape Town - A 30-man Western Province will finalise their preparations for the upcoming SuperSport Rugby Challenge on a training ...

Almost 30 000 voters abroad get ready to cast their votes

Almost 30 000 South Africans living abroad will cast their votes on Saturday at high commissions, embassies and consulates-generals around ...

New data tool to help combat human trafficking

A new data tool is expected to collate more accurate data relating to human trafficking, which will help in the ...

France's Macron Launches Fight Back With Tax Cuts

PARIS - At the first major news conference of his presidency, Emmanuel Macron pledged to cut taxes on Thursday and ...

Academics Caught in US-China Visa War

WASHINGTON - Anecdotal reports suggest that both the U.S. and Chinese governments are tightening restrictions on travel by academics between ...

UN Expert Denied Access to Detained Cambodia Opposition Leader

UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Cambodia Rhona Smith again has been refused permission by Cambodias government to meet ...

U.S. Slaps Travel Ban On Chechen Prime Minister

The United States has imposed an entry ban on Muslim Khuchiyev, the prime minister of Russia's North Caucasus Chechen Republic. ...

JSE weaker as global markets retreat

The JSE closed weaker on Thursday on the back of broad-based weakness across most global equity indices. Initial weakness was ...

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on April 25

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Thursday, April 24, 2019, and picked headlines ...

Former Comrades winner dies

Cape Town - He claimed his first victory in the 41st Comrades Marathon back in 1966 but it was in ...

Slow-starter Vettel has 'absolute faith' in fifth title quest

Baku - Sebastian Vettel is unfazed by his disappointing start to the season and certain that he can recover to ...

Wayde's much anticipated comeback on ice

Cape Town - South African Olympic 400m champion Wayde van Niekerk has withdrawn from the ASA Senior Championships at Germiston ...

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Joe Biden to run in 2020

In a much anticipated announcement, former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, who served two terms under Barack Obama, has announced ...

U.S. woman who sold state secrets to Chinese spies enters guilty plea

WASHINGTON DC - A former U.S. State Department official with TOP SECRET security clearance has admitted providing documents to China ...

Internet crime in America almost doubled last year

Academics Caught in US-China Visa War

WASHINGTON - Anecdotal reports suggest that both the U.S. and Chinese governments are tightening restrictions on travel by academics between ...

North Korea slapped US with $2 million medical bill of Otto Warmbier

Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 26 (ANI): North Korea had slapped the United States with a USD two million medical bill ...

UN Expert Denied Access to Detained Cambodia Opposition Leader

UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Cambodia Rhona Smith again has been refused permission by Cambodias government to meet ...

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Abbott Ireland announces expansion plans, new jobs

DONEGAL, Ireland - Announcing plans to expand its workforce in Donegal, the U.S. healthcare giant Abbott unveiled plans to create 500 new jobs in the country.Abbott Ireland currently hires c ...

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