December 17, 2018

Bomb blast at Delhi high court leaves 11 dead

A bomb has gone off outside the high court in the Indian capital, Delhi, killing 11 people and injured at least 61. The bomb was apparently placed in a case near the first security checkpoint at the court, where people were queuing for passes, officials said. Investigators said they were … [Read more...]

US warns its citizens to leave Syria

The US State Department has warned US citizens to leave Syria, following several days of unrest which has seen hundreds of civilians killed after troops fired on anti-government protesters in Damascus and Deraa. To reinforce the recommendation, the State Department has announced that some … [Read more...]

North Korea threatens ‘sacred war’ with the South

North Korea armed forces minister Kim Yong-chun says North Korea is ready for a "sacred war of justice" against South Korea using a nuclear deterrent. South Korea is holding live fire exercises near it's border with the north. The drills are one of the largest in South Korea's history, and come … [Read more...]

Apple axes Assange and WikiLeaks

Apple Inc has joined the bandwagon of US companies that are sucking up to the US government and severing ties with WikiLeaks. Apple has removed an application from its online store that gave users access to the WikiLeaks website's content. Google has not buckled yet though and still … [Read more...]

Wikileaks Julian Assange freed on bail

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been freed on bail in London as he fights extradition to Sweden on sex charges. Mr Justice Ouseley ordered Mr Assange be released on payment of £240,000 in cash and sureties and on condition he resides at Vaughan Smiths house in East Anglia. It doesn't matter … [Read more...]

Obama labels WikiLeaks “deplorable”

US President Barack Obama has called WikiLeaks action in publishing US State Department documents "deplorable" during a phone call to Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan. The contents of the call were leaked to the media by the White House. As WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange remains in custody … [Read more...]

WikiLeaks still online despite US counter attack

The United States of America has unleashed a withering counter attack on the WikiLeaks website and it's fugitive founder Julian Assange. Nobody in the US Government is admitting to being responsible for the cyber attacks and bullying of private companies that has seen WikiLeaks struggle to stay … [Read more...]

US State Department issues Europe travel alert

The United States issued a general travel alert for Americans in Europe on Sunday amid concerns that al Qaeda or related groups are planning attacks on civilian targets. The U.S. State Department says "U.S. citizens should take every precaution to be aware of their surroundings and to adopt … [Read more...]