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'19Jan
28

Africa: Are Rwanda and South Africa Irreconcilable?

Photo: Institute for Securiity Studies From left: Presidents Paul Kagame and Cyril Ramaphosa. analysisThe slow but...
'19Jan
27

MI5 Reportedly Deploys 700 Spies to N Ireland Amid Fears of Hard Border Violence

In-Depth Coverage 15:25 26.01.2019Late last week, New Irish Republican Army (IRA) hardliners detonated a car bomb outside a courthouse in Londonderry. According to the Police Service of Northern Ireland, no one was...
'19Jan
27

MI5 Reportedly Deploys 700 Spies to N Ireland Amid Fears of Hard Border Violence

In-Depth Coverage 15:25 26.01.2019Late last week, New Irish Republican Army (IRA) hardliners detonated a car bomb outside a courthouse in Londonderry. According to the Police Service of Northern Ireland, no one was...
'19Jan
26

Catalonia: the trial will be about our ideological freedom

Carme Forcadell speaks in the Catalan Parliament after Rajoy announced the suspension of Catalan autonomy, October 2017. Jordi Boixareu/ Press Association. All rights reserved.In December 2017, Carme Forcadell...
'19Jan
25

Address by the President of India Shri Ram Nath Kovind on the eve of 70th Republic Day of India

Dear Fellow Citizens1. My greetings to all of you on the eve of our 70th Republic Day! This is an occasion to commemorate the values of our democracy and Republic. This is an occasion to reaffirm our commitment to...
'19Jan
25

Ireland's calling: a journey to the heart of a rugby powerhouse | Donald McRae

“It just wouldn’t happen today,” Willie John McBride says on a rainy morning at home in Ballyclare as he explains the vast differences between the gleaming powerhouse of Irish rugby today and a ramshackle sport...
'19Jan
25

Ireland's calling: a journey to the heart of a rugby powerhouse | Donald McRae

“It just wouldn’t happen today,” Willie John McBride says on a rainy morning at home in Ballyclare as he explains the vast differences between the gleaming powerhouse of Irish rugby today and a ramshackle sport...
'19Jan
25

Erdogan: 1998 Deal Allows Turkey to Enter Syria When it is Threatened

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has stated that the 1998 agreement with Damascus allows Ankara to enter the Syrian territory when it faces threats.According to Erdogan, Turkey should have control "in the...
'19Jan
25

Russia Confirms 'Private Security Companies' Operating Amid Unrest In Sudan

In-Depth Coverage By RFE/RL January 24, 2019The Russian Foreign Ministry says private Russian companies are training the army in Sudan, confirming their presence in the African country being shaken by mass street...
'19Jan
24

India, Morocco conclude key pact for mutual recognition of academic qualifications

NEW DELHI:IndiaandMoroccohave this week signed a key pact titled Facilitate Mutual Recognition of Academic Qualifications with the North African country becoming one of the few to conclude such a pact with Delhi."...

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