Media Watch

'18Apr
18

Obituary: Barbara Bush, social justice campaigner

The spouse of one US president and the mother of a second, Barbara Bush was never content to accept a passive role as political wife.A long-time campaigner for social justice, she spoke out against racial...
'18Apr
18

Chemical weapons inspectors still waiting to enter Syria's Douma

The suspected April 7 gas attack on Douma, near Damascus, reportedly left more than 40 people dead and was blamed by Western powers on the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.In response, the United States,...
'18Apr
18

ForMin Melescanu calls Saturday's US, UK France's military action in Syria firm reaction to atrocities in Douma

ForMin Melescanu calls Saturday’s US, UK France’s military action in Syria firm reaction to atrocities in Douma.Romania's Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu says Saturday's military action taken by the, the United...
'18Apr
18

Germany is Uganda’s trusted partner for developing sustainable energy sector

Irene Muloni, the Minister for Energy, is currently attending the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue 2018, hosted by the German Federal Government. Participants from more than 90 countries are coming together to...
'18Apr
18

Revealing Duterte's war with data, cameras and shoe leather

(Reuters) - Clarita Alia knew what was coming. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte addresses an event with Filipino community in Hong Kong, China April 12, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby YipI met her with Reuters colleague...
'18Apr
17

Nikki Haley Slams Iran For Supplying Houthi Rebels

U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley condemned Iran’s continued support of the Houthis, an Islamic rebel group in Yemen that has continued to attack Saudi Arabia.“To achieve enduring peace in Yemen, Iran must...
'18Apr
17

Syrian City’s Devastation Forgotten

Expand Rescue workers search for bodies still trapped under mounds of debris in Raqqa, Syria April 9, 2018.  © 2018 Reuters The United Nations Security Council...
'18Apr
17

CSIS worked to thwart diplomatic efforts to secure Abdelrazik's release, documents suggest

Court records released as part of the $27 million lawsuit involving former terror suspect Abousfian Abdelrazik suggest Canada's spy agency went to extraordinary lengths to disrupt efforts by diplomats trying to win...
'18Apr
17

Upswing in global growth won’t last forever; IMF says world must prepare now for leaner times ahead

“Global growth is projected to soften beyond the next couple of years,” said the report, explaining that: “Once their output gaps close, most advanced economies are poised to return to potential growth rates well...
'18Apr
17

UK prime Minister Theresa May held a bilateral meeting with President Buhari of Nigeria at Downing Street

UK prime Minister Theresa May held a bilateral meeting with President Buhari of Nigeria at Downing Street 17th April 2018 Mo Featured, United Kindom 0 Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May is greeted by European...

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