Category archives for: International

Palestinians and Israeli Police Clash Over Trump’s Jerusalem Decision

December 8, 2017//-Palestinians clashed with Israeli troops across the West Bank and Gaza after Friday prayers to protest against US President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

Is Brexit Stirring Troubles for Northern Ireland?

December 7, 2017//-Northern Ireland has been an FDI hotspot over the past decade, but is facing the prospect of the return of a physical border with Ireland to its south in the wake of the UK’s Brexit referendum. Jacopo Dettoni looks into how the country is preparing for this possibility.

World Leaders Chastise US Over Jerusalem ‘Escalation’

December 6, 2017//-US President Donald Trump’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as the Israeli capital has been met with indignation by world leaders, drawing strong criticism in the Middle East and elsewhere.

Palestinians In Jerusalem: Trump’s Plan Is No Surprise

Occupied East Jerusalem, December 6, 2017// – No shock, no surprise and no complacency.

Trump Defies Warnings With ‘Reckless Jerusalem Move’

December 6, 2017//-President Donald Trump has announced that the US formally recognises Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and will begin the process of moving its embassy to the city, breaking with decades of US policy.

World Reacts To US Israel Embassy Relocation Plan

December 6, 2017//-US President Donald Trump is expected to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel on Wednesday, and announce his plans to move the US embassy to the city. 

Palestinians Call Days Of Rage Over US Jerusalem Plan

December 6, 2017//-Protests have broken out in the Gaza Strip in response to US President Donald Trump’s expected decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, as Palestinian leaders called for three days of rage against the move.

Trump-Russia: Michael Flynn Admits Lying To FBI

December 1, 2017//-Ex-national security adviser Michael Flynn has pleaded guilty to making false statements to the FBI about meetings with Russia’s ambassador weeks before Donald Trump became president.

UN Seeks $22.5Bn For War, Humanitarian Crises Victims

December 1, 2017//-The UN has launched a record appeal for $22.5bn to help victims of conflict and humanitarian crises around the world.

‘Slavery Is An Outrageous Reality In Libya’

A group of UN human rights experts has strongly condemned Libya’s slave trade amid reports that hundreds of African refugees are being bought and sold in markets across the country every week.

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