Stories about Global Media

Sep 22 2017

More chaos within France's far-right party

Louis Aliot departs Florian Philippot and gets cropped by Marine Le PenThe departure of Florian Philippot made the effect of an quake at the FN this Thursday, Septemb...

Sep 22 2017

Myanmar mob attacks aid shipment bound for Rohingya area

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged Myanmar to take back 420,000 Rohingya Muslims who have taken refuge in her country and also called for an end to "propag...

Sep 22 2017

'Vicious' sanctions will only speed up nuclear programme: NKorea

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visits a fruit orchard in Kwail county, South Hwanghae province in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency...

Sep 22 2017

Egypt's Sisi urges Palestinians to unite, co-exist with Israel

Monday's meeting followed a rare phone conversation earlier in the day between Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas of Fatah and Hamas chief Ismail Haniya following Egyptia...

Sep 22 2017

USA may not be capable of shooting down N. Korean missile

Tensions flared when Kim Jong-Un's regime tested what it termed a hydrogen bomb many times more powerful than its previous device. The South Korean president also asked...

Sep 22 2017

Moon calls for United Nations role in North Korea crisis

The spokesman added that South Korea maintains its close coordination with the global community for a "thorough" and "complete" implementation of existing sanctions. But ...

Sep 22 2017

State Dept: US 'Strongly Opposes' Kurdish Independence Vote

Speaking at the United Nations General Assembly in New York, Erdogan said new conflicts must be avoided at all costs. Britain's Defence Secretary Michael Fallon sai...

Sep 22 2017

United States drone attacks in Pakistan unacceptable: PM Abbasi after Nisar's criticism

He went on to say: "We have taken action against him". Intending to remain engaged with the USA, he said that Pakistan wanted to work with the U.S. in order to curb ter...

Sep 22 2017

Gridlock in Washington: Majority of Americans Say Immigration Reform Unlikely Anytime Soon

After trying to seize control of the conference by shouting back over the protesters, Pelosi said, "Since you don't want to listen, we'll have to just go". While Democrat...

Sep 21 2017

Death toll rises to 9 in overheated Florida nursing home

The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee on Tuesday accused Scott of a "failure to respond" to requests for help from the nursing home's administrators. First up: cri...

Sep 21 2017

Sean Spicer replies to critics of his Emmys cameo: Lighten up

Speaking to a stunned crowd at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, he said: "This will be the largest audience to witness the Emmys, period - both in person and around ...

Sep 21 2017

Trump accuses Hillary Clinton of allowing Pyongyang to develop nuclear weapons

Clinton also said that despite her belief about Russian interference, and even if evidence turns up that Team Trump colluded or communicated with the Team Putin, she is "...

Sep 21 2017

Predicted line-up to face Bolton Wanderers in EFL Cup clash

I want him to do more. "It's very hard to put two of them on their ideal positions as two strikers, which looks really good on paper". "It is hard to do that and then...

Sep 21 2017

Man Holding Stick Shot Dead By Oklahoma City Cop

He says the officers didn't hear witnesses yelling " he can't hear you " before they fired. Patrol sergeant Matt Schoolfield remains at an Oklahoma City hospital and of...

Sep 21 2017

I won't quit over Theresa May's Brexit speech

Johnson is attending the United Nations general assembly in NY, where he was due to meet May late on Tuesday to discuss the contents of her Florence speech. May will conv...

Sep 21 2017

Africa must unite for Paris Agreement to succeed

With the Trump Administration floating this notion that they might "rejoin" the Paris Agreement , countries need to remember that the Paris Agreement was built on the ...

Sep 21 2017

Local trains, air services disrupted, schools and colleges to remain shut today

Mumbai is witnessing heavy rainfall since Tuesday, accompanied by thunder and lightning which has led to water-logging in many areas like airport, Malad subway, King cir...

Sep 21 2017

Dozens of states sign nuke weapons ban treaty at UN

During a press release spread here, Cuba said that the signing of the instrument is a fundamental step towards the nuclear disarmament, which will contribute significan...

Sep 21 2017

US Inaugurates Its First Military Base in Israel

The general stressed that the American presence would not hamper the IDF's ability to act independently against any threat to the security of the state of Israel. Both co...

Sep 21 2017

Kenya's police teargas opposition, ruling party supporters

She discounted key parts of the evidence that informed the decision of the majority opinion. "On that ground alone, we have no choice but to nullify it", said Deputy Ch...