US PRESIDENT Donald Trump reportedly told his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan yesterday that he was halting arms supplies to Syrian Kurdish guerillas.
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SUSPECTED Isis terrorists massacred more than 200 Sufi Muslims in a gun and bomb attack on a mosque in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula yesterday.
Saturday 25th Nov 2017
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THE Roman Catholic church has threatened to sue former Vatican altar boys over their allegations of sexual abuse.
COLOMBIA’S president has threatened a harsh crackdown on Marxist rebels whom he accused of joining drug gangs.
Irish foreign minister blames London for Brussels threats of a hard Irish border
EMMERSON MNANGAGWA was sworn in yesterday as Zimbabwe’s new president, 10 days after the military moved against long-time leader Robert Mugabe.
Myanmar signs deal with Bangladesh for the return of persecuted refugees
Friday 24th Nov 2017
ZIMBABWE’S armed forces insisted yesterday that there was “no violation of constitutional processes” in their nine-day-old coup against former president Robert Mugabe.
That followed Wednesday night’s admission by his anointed successor, sacked vice-president...
WASHINGTON could intervene in Venezuela’s arrest of six state petrol firm executives after it emerged they hold US passports.
Jose Angel Pereira and five vice-presidents were arrested on Tuesday, charged with making refinancing deals on the US subsidiary of state oil firm PDVSA...
PAPUA NEW GUINEA authorities evicted dozens of refugees from the closed Manus Island camp yesterday and pressed more than 300 others to leave.
Police Commissioner Gari Baki said that 50 police and immigration officials had entered the camp yesterday morning and “peacefully...