LAUDIUM AND SURROUNDS ARE AGAIN WITHOUT ...

LAUDIUM AND SURROUNDS ARE AGAIN WITHOUT WATER: RESIDENTS ARE FED-UP AND ARE...

Residents of Laudium, Claudius, Iterileng and surrounding areas are again furious – taps ran dry this morning, for the second time in two weeks. Ward 61 councillor, Farouk Essop, said: “We are really fed-up. Enough is enough. The Laudium reservoir is empty and I’m not told... read more »

‘Not A Spy In The Traditional Sens...

‘Not A Spy In The Traditional Sense:’ How The Butina Case Lifte...

WASHINGTON — In the lexicon of U.S. counterintelligence, it’s called “spot and assess,” “access agents,” and “backchannels.” According to U.S. prosecutors, it’s also what Maria Butina, a now 30-year-old Russian graduate student, was doing... read more »

Xi Seeks To Reassure Critics Over $1 Tri...

Xi Seeks To Reassure Critics Over $1 Trillion Belt And Road Project

Chinese President Xi Jinping says his plan to recreate the old Silk Road is designed to increase and enhance international trade cooperation, as he bid to reassure critics of the $1 trillion infrastructure project.Xi also told attendees at his Belt and Road Forum on April 26 that Beijing... read more »

Putin To Brief China On Kim Talks, Says ...

Putin To Brief China On Kim Talks, Says Willing To Share Details With U.S. ...

Russian President Vladimir Putin is in Beijing to brief Chinese leaders on his just-concluded summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and said he is also willing to share details of the talks with the United States.North Korean state media on April 26, meanwhile, reported that Kim had invited... read more »

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BBC News – Middle East BBC News – Middle East Syria conflict: Who benefits from its oil? on November 21, 2019 at 12:36 am The US is at the centre of an international row over claims to a slice of Syria’s... read more »

Iraqis To The Rescue? Iranians Wary Of Paramilitary Forces Sent For ‘Flood Relief...

Many Iranians are upset by the presence of Iraqi paramilitary forces sent to help with flood relief efforts as they try to cope with a natural disaster called the worst to hit Iran in... read more »

‘Abdul Does Not Celebrate Norouz’: Anti-Norouz Campaign Prompts Backlash In Af...

An online campaign in Afghanistan calling for the boycott of the ancient festival of Norouz has prompted a backlash among many Afghans, who have vented their exasperation at the growing... read more »

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Hijab Vs. Education: Kazakh Schoolgirls Face Dilemma Over Head-Scarf Ban

Thirteen-year-old Gulsezim Samat hasn’t attended classes since mid-October, when she was told to remove her head scarf before entering her school in the Kazakh village of Chapaev. The... read more »

Endangered U.S. ‘Diversity Visa’ Plan

WASHINGTON — U.S. President Donald Trump has demanded an end to the visa lottery program that grants legal permanent residency — so-called green cards — to people from countries... read more »

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