Obama Visits Hiroshima, Stresses Risks Of Nuclear Weapons

Barrack Obama & Shinzo Abe

Obama with Shinzo Abe at the memorial site. US President Obama, visited the Japanese city of Hiroshima on Friday morning, seven decades after the city was nuclear-bombed  in 1945  ending WW-II. The visit opens up an opportunity for reconciliation between the former enemies and reaffirms their alliance on eradicating global nuclear weapons. After the More...

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Mosul, Iraq.
By Sylvia Delisle On Tuesday, January 12th, 2016

US Coalition Airstrike Hits ISIS Cash Storage Facility

Pictures of Mosul, Iraq which was captured by ISIS on June 10, 2014.A coalition air strike led by the United States has destroyed a cash storage facility used by Islamic State jihadists in the Iraqi city of Mosul, More...

Mariano Rajoy
By Sylvia Delisle On Monday, December 21st, 2015

Spanish Conservatives Lose Majority And Face Potential Coalition

Mariano Rajon, pictured above is the leader of Spains Popular Party. On Sunday evening Spain’s ruling Popular Party lost its parliamentary majority in elections meaning Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy may well be More...

Russian Flight Wreckage
By Sylvia Delisle On Tuesday, November 17th, 2015

Russian Officials Confirm Plane Brought Down By Bomb

The remains of the Russian A321. On Tuesday Russia confirmed that a bomb took down a Russian jet shortly after takeoff above the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt just over two weeks ago, killing all 224 passengers on board. Alexander More...

David Cameron
By Michael Burns On Sunday, September 6th, 2015

Britain To Accept 15,000 Syrian Refugees And Plans Strikes In Syria

David Cameron recently announced he will  make changes to Britain’s vulnerable persons relocation programme. According to the Sunday Times the British government is prepared to accept 15,000 Syrian refugees More...

Saudi Arabia
By Michael Burns On Sunday, August 9th, 2015

Is The Saudi Oil War Of Attrition Starting To Take It’s Toll?

Saudi Arabia is facing a hefty budget deficit due to the ongoing oil glut. After news this week that Saudi Arabia is planning to raise $27 billion through bond sales it may be a sign that the low prices of oil are More...