Thursday, 2nd July 2015
International
  • TNI ready to evacuate Indonesians from Yemen
    2nd April 2015
    The Indonesian National Defense Forces (TNI) are ready to evacuate its citizens from war-torn Yemen, according to Army Chief of Staff General Gatot Nurmantyo."The Indonesian Army will cooperate with the Indonesian Air Force to ...
  • Iran questions world powers' political will in nuclear talks
    2nd April 2015
    Iran's foreign minister on Wednesday criticized what he called the lack of political will in the world powers which is needed to make a progress in the ongoing nuclear talks, according to the official IRNA news agency. "The ...
  • ICC welcomes Palestine as its 123rd state party
    2nd April 2015
    The International Criminal Court (ICC) on Wednesday officially welcomed the State of Palestine as new entry during a ceremony at the seat of the Court in The Hague. Palestine became the 123rd State Party to the Rome ...
  • UN says attack on Yemen camp broke law, calls for accountability
    2nd April 2015
    An air strike that killed at least 40 people at a camp for displaced people in north Yemen was a violation of international law and those responsible should be held accountable, the United Nations said on Tuesday.The Mazraq camp ...
  • EU distressed by Yemen civilians deaths
    2nd April 2015
    The European Union expressed concern Tuesday at civilian deaths in Yemen after days of Saudi-led air strikes against rebel forces including one that killed scores at a displaced persons camp. "We are extremely concerned ...
  • Storm "Niklas" kills 3 in Germany
    1st April 2015
    Storm "Niklas" has killed at least three people in Germany after it wreaked havoc in many parts of the country on Tuesday, local media reported. One man was killed by a concrete wall blown over by the storm in the eastern ...
  • Thai junta to replace martial law but retain key powers
    31st March 2015
    Thailands junta chief said Tuesday he had asked the king for permission to lift martial law, after coming under pressure from foreign governments, but added that the military would retain sweeping powers. Prime Minister ...
  • Austria charges 14-year old with terror offences
    31st March 2015
    Austria has charged a 14-year old boy with terror offences after he researched how to build a bomb online and made contact with militants supporting Islamic State fighters in Syria, prosecutors said on Tuesday. The boy from a ...
  • Australia imposes cockpit "rule of two" after Germanwings crash
    30th March 2015
    the Australian goverment impose a requirement on Monday that its airlines hav two crew members at cockpit all the times as a safety precaution following Germanwings crash that killed 150 passangers and crew last week. ...
  • Australia imposes cockpit "rule of two" after Germanwings crash
    30th March 2015
    the Australian goverment impose a requirement on Monday that its airlines hav two crew members at cockpit all the times as a safety precaution following Germanwings crash that killed 150 passangers and crew last week. ...