Monday, March 30, 2015
   
Text Size

Site Search powered by Ajax

Americas

Arctic sea ice at lowest recorded levels

US data shows ice at the smallest size ever recorded in winter since observations began in 1979.

Read more: Arctic sea ice at lowest recorded levels

   

UVA students protest bloody arrest

Governor calls for investigation into arrest of University of Virginia student, whose head was bloodied during incident.

Read more: UVA students protest bloody arrest

   

Obama criticises Netanyahu's 'divisive rhetoric'

US says it's "deeply concerned" about divisive campaign in Israeli polls and will reevaluate approach to peace talks.

Read more: Obama criticises Netanyahu's 'divisive rhetoric'

   

Politics impedes US attorney general confirmation

Partisanship gets in the way of the Obama administration's nominee for attorney general, Loretta Lynch.

Read more: Politics impedes US attorney general confirmation

   

Venezuela's Maduro to govern by decree

The so-called "anti-imperialist" law gives President Nicolas Maduro power to legislate by decree in face of US threat.

Read more: Venezuela's Maduro to govern by decree

   

Leading Mexican journalist sacked by broadcaster

Carmen Aristegui feuded with MVS Radio over her colleagues' firings after reports on alleged government corruption.

Read more: Leading Mexican journalist sacked by broadcaster

   

Hundreds of thousands rally against Brazilian president

Mass protests held across the country calling for the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff.

Read more: Hundreds of thousands rally against Brazilian president

   

Dozens killed in southern #Brazil bus crash

Authorities say that at least 42 people killed after bus plunges off a ridge in southern Santa Catarina state.

Read more: Dozens killed in southern #Brazil bus crash

   

#Venezuela stages military drill to counter US 'threat'

Nearly 100,000 members of armed forces join 10-day exercise that government says is against looming threat from the US.

Read more: #Venezuela stages military drill to counter US 'threat'

   

CIA chief: Social media hampers fight against 'terror'

John Brennan says new technologies help groups like ISIL coordinate operations and attract recruits.

Read more: CIA chief: Social media hampers fight against 'terror'

   

Page 3 of 32

Spotlight

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Israeli settlements

Donation

Thanks to all of our supporters for your generosity and your encouragement of an independent press!

Enter Amount:

Featured_Author

Login






Login reminder Forgot login?
Register Register

Subscribe to MWC News Alert

Email Address

Subscribe in a reader Facebok page Twitter page