Media Watch

'19Jan
29

Maduro rival says taking control of Venezuela's foreign assets

CARACAS, Venezuela (AFP) — Venezuela's self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaido said yesterday he was taking control of the country's foreign assets as he piled pressure on leader Nicolas Maduro by calling for...
'19Jan
29

Indian opposition leader Gandhi promises minimum income for the poor

Anger over joblessness and economic hardship, especially in agricultural areas, has turned the national election due by May into a tightening race between Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ruling Bharatiya Janata...
'19Jan
29

Press release: Minister for the Middle East announces new UK aid package to help Iraq rebuild infrastructure and boost economy

A new UK aid package is to help the Government of Iraq to reinvigorate its economy and rebuild hospitals, schools and other vital infrastructure, allowing Iraqis displaced by conflict to return home and restart...
'19Jan
29

Guaido calls rallies to back ultimatum

Venezuelan National Assembly President Juan Guaido, who has proclaimed himself Venezuela’s interim president, on Sunday called for two new protests in an effort to push the military to turn against Venezuelan...
'19Jan
29

Guaido calls rallies to back ultimatum

Venezuelan National Assembly President Juan Guaido, who has proclaimed himself Venezuela’s interim president, on Sunday called for two new protests in an effort to push the military to turn against Venezuelan...
'19Jan
29

Guaido calls rallies to back ultimatum

Venezuelan National Assembly President Juan Guaido, who has proclaimed himself Venezuela’s interim president, on Sunday called for two new protests in an effort to push the military to turn against Venezuelan...
'19Jan
29

Shutdown cost economy $11B, $3B of which won't be recovered, report estimates

The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimates that the longest-running government shutdown in U.S. history came at a price. It cost the economy $11 billion, with $3 billion that will never be recovered,...
'19Jan
29

Imperial College London criticised for saying Brexit could cause thousands of heart attack deaths

Imperial College London has been accused of joining the ranks of “project fear” after claiming that Brexit will cause 12,400  people to die from heart attacks and strokes.A new study argues that changes to the UK’s...
'19Jan
28

Trump hits Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro in pocketbook

The Trump administration slapped new sanctions Monday against Venezuelan’s state-owned oil company in its latest effort to push out President Nicolás Maduro and install new leadership under National Assembly chief...
'19Jan
28

Trump hits Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro in pocketbook

The Trump administration slapped new sanctions Monday against Venezuelan’s state-owned oil company in its latest effort to push out President Nicolás Maduro and install new leadership under National Assembly chief...

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