Stories about World Media

May 16 2017

South African opposition wants secret ballot on Zuma vote

The former AU Commission chairperson - believed to be Zuma's choice to succeed him as president - has been openly endorsed by the ANC Women's League and the ANC Youth Lea...

May 16 2017

China trade plan progress unveiled, but deficit benefits unclear

Tyson Foods Inc, Cargill Inc and JBS are among the biggest exporters of USA meat. Regular LNG exports from the U.S. would supply China with a fuel that is in high deman...

May 16 2017

Theresa May to focus on workers' rights in manifesto

Ms May will add that, if she wins the election in four weeks' time, she will introduce reforms to the Equality Act to extend protections from discrimination for those suf...

May 16 2017

Chelsea Manning Will Remain Active Duty, Receive Benefits After Prison

Manning was granted clemency in the final days of the Obama administration. Without US President Barack Obama's parting gift, Manning would have remained behind bars...

May 16 2017

Jeremy Corbyn says second independence referendum "not wanted and not needed"

More than 50% of those surveyed supported measures including a tax hike for people earning more than £80,000, the abolition of tuition fees, building extra council houses...

May 16 2017

Clapper: US institutions 'under assault' from Trump

He also said Comey's firing by Trump last week has left Federal Bureau of Investigation employees shocked and disturbed . In his opening segment, Oliver characterized ...

May 16 2017

China's Xi says Belt and Road summit reaches consensus, achieves positive outcomes

Speaking to world leaders on the second day of a summit in Beijing , Mr Xi put forward his view that globalisation is the way to improve the global economy. China has pl...

May 16 2017

'Sensitive' India needs to look beyond rifts with China: Chinese media

He said the ancient Silk Road has managed to bring peace and cooperation 2,000 years ago. Despite the distractions, China stuck to the script at the first major summit ...

May 16 2017

Few in US Support Trump's Firing of FBI Chief

The firing drew a wave of criticism in large part because the FBI has been investigating whether election meddling by Russian Federation involved people in Trump's presid...

May 16 2017

Hospital Trust 'remains vigilant' after cyber attack

Russian Federation has been accused of cyber meddling in several countries around the world in recent years. "A protection system. needs to be worked out", he said . C...

May 16 2017

New FBI director imminent

President Donald Trump nominates Judge Neil Gorsuch as the new justice for the Supreme Court in Washington D.C., the United States, on January 31, 2017. The FBI directo...

May 16 2017

Dem calls report on Trump, intel 'disturbing'

The Post reported that a US partner served as the source for the highly classified intelligence, who did not grant Trump permission to disclose the information with the ...

May 16 2017

SC wary of WhatsApp, FB data sharing deal

In simpler terms, it seems that WhatsApp allows a disturbing level of access to text, video and photo communications sent across it by users. Monday was the first day...

May 16 2017

Trump's travel ban reviewed in another day of court

Acting Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall , who is defending the travel ban, told a three-judge panel of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals that "over time, the president c...

May 16 2017

Venezuela hopes no country hinders China's 'fantastic' Silk Road initiative

North Korea tested another missile on Sunday. "In order for the participating countries along the Belt and Road to fully benefit from the potential of enhanced connecti...

May 16 2017

Xi Jinping primes China to be leader of the free-trade pack

Chinese President Xi Jinping said today that all countries should respect each other's sovereignty and territorial integrity, as he inaugurated the high-profile Belt and ...

May 16 2017

China's Xi outlines plans for wide cooperation in trade plan

The country's communications infrastructure requires billions of dollars' of investments to upgrade and we would be wise to stay out of regional rivalries that are a natu...

May 16 2017

Tehran mayor Qalibaf quits presidential race to back cleric Raisi

Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf's decision to withdraw from Iran's presidential race would strengthen conservatives at the May 19 presidential election, a former Iranian MP told T...

May 16 2017

On Hunger Strike, Kapil Mishra Promises Another 'Expose' Today

Kapil Mishra has charged Kejriwal and other AAP ministers with receiving funds through hawala companies and money laundering activities and plans to lodge a complaint ...

May 16 2017

France's new president moves quickly on first full day in office

The main role is to preside over the government and carry out the program of the president. French far-left leader Jean-Luc Melenchon, who won almost 20 percent of the ...