13:34 - 2015/04/26
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Nigeria summon its top diplomats from South Africa

Nigeria summon its top diplomats from South Africa


Nigeria is recalling its top diplomats in South Africa because of "ongoing xenophobia targeting foreigners," said a government statement.
12 Civilians killed in Iraq

12 Civilians killed in Iraq


Car bombs ripped through commercial areas in and around the Iraqi capital on Sunday, killing at least 12 civilians, officials said.
1,900 people killed in Earthquake Nepal

1,900 people killed in Earthquake Nepal


A powerful earthquake shook Nepal on Saturday near its capital, Katmandu, killing more than 1,900 people, flattening sections of the city’s historic center, and trapping dozens of sightseers in a 200-foot watchtower that came crashing down into a pile of bricks.
Smartphones not only for youth

Smartphones not only for youth


While 77 percent of Americans 65 or over own a cellphone, only 18 percent own a smartphone, according to Pew Research.However, with the development of larger phones and abundant features, there’s an opportunity for seniors to take a serious look at smartphone technology and the positive effect it may have on their lives – and their health.
Nusra Front, captured the northwestern Syrian town

Nusra Front, captured the northwestern Syrian town


Islamist insurgents including al-Qaeda's wing in Syria, Nusra Front, captured the northwestern Syrian town of Jisr al-Shughour on Saturday, for the first time in the four-year-old conflict
Jeb Bush speaks after a

Jeb Bush speaks after a "Politics and Eggs" event


Jeb Bush speaks to reporters after a "Politics and Eggs" event, a breakfast fixture for 2016 presidential prospects at Saint Anselm College in Manchester.
Hackers have read US president Emails last year

Hackers have read US president Emails last year


Russian hackers who penetrated sensitive parts of the White House computer system last year read President Barack Obama's unclassified emails, the New York Times reported on Saturday, quoting U.S. officials
Hundreds of foreign nationals dead in Nepal quake

Hundreds of foreign nationals dead in Nepal quake


The head of privacy at the secretive Google X facility was one of the 18 people killed in an avalanche at Mount Everest, triggered by the Nepal earthquake. Hundreds of foreign nationals are also feared dead or are missing.
Problems of migration to Europe

Problems of migration to Europe


Those who survive the perilous journey across the Mediterranean face a new problem on arriving in Europe.
Ukrainian peace deal signed in Minsk may collapse
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Ukrainian peace deal signed in Minsk may collapse


The Ukrainian military and pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine traded accusations on Saturday, reviving concerns that a peace deal signed in Minsk in February may collapse
Demonstrators in Baltimore throw bottles at police and smashing cars

Demonstrators in Baltimore throw bottles at police and smashing cars


Clashes have broken out in Baltimore’s Camden Yards as demonstrators began throwing bottles at police and smashing cars. Thousands of marchers took to the streets to protest the death of Freddie Gray, a black man who died after being detained by police.
Virus of racism in Britain

Virus of racism in Britain


The shadow business secretary says there is a 'virus of racism' that runs through Ukip and that a Labour government would celebrate British multiculturalism.
Israeli troops killed 16yo Palestinian in  eastern Jerusalem

Israeli troops killed 16yo Palestinian in eastern Jerusalem


A Sixteen-year-old Palestinian armed with a large knife was shot dead by Israeli troops in eastern Jerusalem. Israeli police said he tried to attack border patrol officers near a checkpoint.
Death tolls are on the rise after Nepal quake

Death tolls are on the rise after Nepal quake


(France 24)_A 7.9-magnitude earthquake killed more than 1,300 people on Saturday, Nepalese authorities said, with tremors felt as far as New Delhi. The quake toppled a famed 19th-century tower in Kathmandu and triggered a deadly avalanche on Mount Everest.
Financial Crisis in Greece

Financial Crisis in Greece


A euro area finance ministers meeting over the disbursement of bailout funds ended in acrimony on Friday, as creditors expressed frustration with the country’s refusal to comply with the terms attached to its emergency loans.
Former president invites Yemenis to return to negotiating table

Former president invites Yemenis to return to negotiating table


Yemen’s former president Ali Abdullah Saleh called on Friday on all Yemenis to return to a political dialogue to end to the country’s conflict.
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09:27 - 2015/04/19
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'The Greatest Threat to Europe Is Its Inertia'

Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Zizek is one of Europe's boldest intellectuals and also a self-avowed leftist. In a new work, he argues Europe shouldn't be overly tolerant towards Islamism and that the Continent needs a 'leading culture' of Enlightenment.
11:13 - 2015/04/16
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Israel worried about potential US-Iran rapprochement

Press TV has interviewed Brian Becker, with the ANSWER coalition, in Washington, and Bob Ayers, an international security analyst in Somerset, to discuss US President Barack Obama’s compromise with the Congress over a draft bill about a final nuclear deal with Iran
15:45 - 2015/04/13
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Hillary Clinton would be a horrible US president

Press TV has conducted an interview with James Jatras, former US Senate foreign policy analyst, in Washington, to ask for his views on the nomination of Hillary Clinton, former US secretary of state, for president.
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