قالب وردپرس درنا توس
Home / World

World

Abrams defends burning state flag, Confederate symbol in ’92 – News – Savannah Morning News

ATLANTA – The Democratic candidate's election campaign to Georgia's Governor Stacey Abrams is defending his involvement in setting fire to the state flag, which contained an important Confederate symbol, during a protest during college over 25 years ago . Abrams' role in that flag-burning protest re-emerged in the New York Times on Monday, on the eve of his first debate …

Read More »

Trump vilifies caravan, threatens aid cuts

President Donald Trump says the United States will start cutting aid to three Central American countries accused of failing to stop thousands of migrants heading for the US border. But from the other side of his administration there were no indications of actions in response to what he tweeted was a "National Emergy" (sic). For hours on Monday, White House …

Read More »

At George Soros’s Home in N.Y. Suburb, Explosive Device Is Found in Mailbox

The explosive device found in a mailbox in the home of George Soros, the billionaire philanthropist, was relatively small on Monday afternoon, a senior official in the order of forces said today. The device was "proactively denoted" by the technical squad team of the Westchester County Police Department. The reason for the bomber remained unclear. Mr. Soros is a favorite …

Read More »

At least six dead in Iraq car bomb attack

At least six people were killed and 35 wounded in a car bomb attack in a market in northern Iraq. Police captain Sabah al-Bayati said the attack took place in the city of Qayyara, in the southern province of Nineveh, around 50 kilometers south of the city of Mosul Al-Bayati added that at least two Iraqi soldiers had died and …

Read More »

Body parts ‘found in garden’, reports say

The parts of the body of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi have been found and reveal "gruesome details" of how his face has been disfigured. The remains of the journalist were found in the garden of the Consul General's house in Istanbul, Sky News reported, citing legal and political sources. The development came shortly after a speech by the President …

Read More »

Trump’s nuclear treaty threat endangers arms control efforts

President Donald Trump's threat to withdraw a key agreement on nuclear arms control with Moscow is a further blow to anti-proliferation efforts, already held back by US-Russian tensions and China's military boom – and increases the risk of Europe becoming a nuclear battlefield. The US leader has promised to build Washington's nuclear stocks "until people come to their senses", as …

Read More »

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince called son of slain journalist

TURKEY President Recep Tayyip Erdogan claims that the murder of Jamal Khashoggi was an operation planned by a 15-year-old Saudi team entered the consulate on the day of the murder. The Turkish president delivered a speech to Parliament on the death of the journalist Washington Post after saying that he would reveal the "naked truth" about murder. He said that …

Read More »

Labour’s weakness will help Theresa May prevail

FT subscribers can click here to receive Brexit Briefings every day via e-mail. The scornful campaigns of abuse and whispering against Theresa May from within her conservative ruling party create the impression that everything will soon be lost to Britain's Brexit burdened premier. However, the latest British public opinion polls paint a less damaging picture for the prime minister, and …

Read More »

Twitter removes more accounts affiliated with Infowars

Twitter confirmed Monday that it removed multiple affiliate accounts with Infowars, the US conspiracy theorist's website Alex Jones. The company has confirmed a report by CNN, which said that Twitter has permanently suspended 18 accounts, partly because of their attempts to help Infowars and Jones bypass the ban placed on them by Twitter in September. Last month, Twitter definitely banished …

Read More »

No longer Category 5; landfall expected Tuesday

Maria Verza, Associated Press Published 5:59 am ET October 23, 2018 CLOSE The hurricane Willa grew up in a storm of category 4 in the eastern Pacific on a path to the west coast of Mexico, according to forecasts. Tourists abandoned the Mexican beach Mazatlan as a result. USA TODAY A man works to protect a restaurant from hurricane Willa, …

Read More »