Friday, October 31, 2014
   
Text Size

Site Search powered by Ajax

Europe

Golden Dawn members named in criminal report

A Greek public prosecutor has recommended that 70 members of the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn movement, including 18 people elected to the country's parliament in 2012, stand trial, according to a legal source.

Read more: Golden Dawn members named in criminal report

   

#Vatican waters down 'welcome note' to gays

The Vatican has released a new English version of a draft report on attitudes to homosexuals, altering content and diminishing the welcoming tone in the Italian original.

Read more: #Vatican waters down 'welcome note' to gays

   

Putin feted as #Serbia marks end of #Nazi rule

Serbia has feted Vladimir Putin with a military parade to mark seven decades since the Russians liberated Belgrade from the Nazis, but leaders balanced their reverence for old allies with a statement on their future in Europe.

Read more: Putin feted as #Serbia marks end of #Nazi rule

   

#Ebola: WHO lists 15 priority countries

ParisThe WHO has said it is focusing its attention on 15 countries to prevent the spread of Ebola, as the EU announced a review of its entry policies and the disease was reported in the last untouched area of Sierra Leone.

Read more: #Ebola: WHO lists 15 priority countries

   

UK minister: Disabled not worth minimum wage

A British government minister has been forced to apologise after he said that some disabled people were "not worth" the country's minimum wage and some could be paid less than a third of the rate.

Read more: UK minister: Disabled not worth minimum wage

   

UN medical worker dies of #Ebola in #Germany

A German hospital has said that a UN medical worker who was infected with Ebola in Liberia has died despite "intensive medical procedures".

Read more: UN medical worker dies of #Ebola in #Germany

   

Tony Blair 'may have been terrorism target'

A man charged with plotting terrorist attacks in the UK may have been planning to target Tony Blair, a court has heard.

Read more: Tony Blair 'may have been terrorism target'

   

#Turkey bombs Kurdish PKK targets in south

Kurdish PKK positionsTurkish forces have attacked suspected Kurdish PKK positions in the southeast of the country, in the first major confrontation with the rebel group since peace talks began two years ago to end a 30-year conflict.

Read more: #Turkey bombs Kurdish PKK targets in south

   

British MPs back recognition of #Palestine

House of CommonsBritish MPs have voted in favour of recognising Palestine as a state in a move which will not alter the government's stance on the issue, but which carries symbolic value for Palestinians in their pursuit of international recognition.

Read more: British MPs back recognition of #Palestine

   

#Vatican paper pushes to embrace homosexuals

In a dramatic shift in tone, a Vatican document said that homosexuals had "gifts and qualities to offer" and asked if Catholicism could accept gays and recognise positive aspects of same-sex couples.

Read more: #Vatican paper pushes to embrace homosexuals

   

Page 3 of 12

Make a donation to MWC News

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