Posts Tagged ‘World Bulletin’

Don’t Post Any Comments for a While

Andrew AnglinDaily Stormer May 25, 2015 We are in the process of moving the server, meaning any changes to the site over the next few hours will be lost. I am just giving a warning so people don’t post comments and then feel robbed when they disappear.  The site should remain fine […]

EU to streamline multinational corporate tax

World Bulletin / News Desk The European Commission outlined plans on Wednesday to limit how much multinational companies can reduce taxes on their European earnings through the use of creative accounting. The Commission, set to detail proposed tax measures on June 17, had already determined in March that European Union countries would have […]

ISIL shoot dead 20 at Palmyra amphitheatre

World Bulletin / News Desk ISIL militants shot dead around 20 men inside an ancient amphitheatre in the Syrian city of Palmyra on Wednesday, accusing them of being government supporters, a group monitoring the conflict said. Reuters was unable to independently confirm the report from the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. The militants took control of […]

U.S. Senate: vote on domestic surveillance on May 31

World Bulletin / News Desk  The U.S. Senate‘s Republican majority leader, Mitch McConnell, said on Friday that lawmakers had not reached an agreement on the timing of a vote on measures related to spy agencies’ bulk collection of Americans’ telephone records. As a result, he said the Senate‘s next vote would take place at 1 a.m. […]

Criticizm of Israel lands IDF soldier in prison

World Bulletin / News Desk An Australian Israeli IDF soldier Corporal Shachar Berrin, has been sentenced to one weeks prison in Israel for criticizing Israel’s position in occupying Palestine. A debate called the “The New Arab Debates” – part of program of the German television network Deutsche Welle that’s broadcast around the world […]

Gunfight in western Mexico kills at least 39

World Bulletin / News Desk  At least 39 people were killed on Friday in a fight between armed civilians and security forces in western Mexico, a government official said. Local media reports said as many as 46 people may have been killed in the clash in the state of Michoacan in an area where powerful drug gangs […]

"I’m not Indian": Kashmiri leader denied passport

World Bulletin / News Desk India’s rejection of a passport for Kashmiri independence leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani has sparked a row after he refused to identify himself as Indian.  Geelani, who has been under house arrest for most of the last five years, had wanted to see his ailing daughter in Saudi Arabia but admitted that […]

Cholera kills 33 in Burundi refugee camp

World Bulletin / News Desk  A cholera outbreak at a refugee camp sheltering thousands of Burundian refugees in northwest Tanzania has killed at least 33 people, a Tanzanian regional health official said on Wednesday. “The number of Burundi refugees who have died from the cholera outbreak has now reached 33,” Leonard Subi, a […]

German Parliament Speaker defends decision

World Bulletin / News Desk  German Parliament Speaker Norbert Lammert has defended his decision not to meet Abdel Fattah el-Sisi during his planned visit to Berlin next month and has criticized the human rights situation in Egypt. “The recent developments in Egypt have made it blatantly obvious that we cannot talk about any […]

Palmyra now under ISIL control; Assad forces trapped

World Bulletin / News Desk ISIL fighters took control of the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra on Wednesday after fighting off pro-government forces, a group monitoring the war said. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the group had seized almost all of the city. It said it was unclear what had happened to Syrian forces stationed […]

Chinese professors charged with espionage

World Bulletin / News Desk Six Chinese nationals have been charged with economic espionage and the theft of trade secrets for the benefit of Chinese universities, the FBI announced Tuesday. Those charged include three professors affiliated with state-run Tianjin University in northern China. U.S. Assistant Attorney General John Carlin said economic espionage poses a significant threat to American businesses and their interests […]

Egypt delays lawsuit on Morsi death sentences

World Bulletin / News Desk An Egyptian court on Tuesday postponed hearing a lawsuit calling to halt implementation of death sentences handed down against six people convicted of joining a “terrorist organization” – two days after the sentences were carried out. “The verdict was carried out despite the existence of a lawsuit calling […]

15 dead in Azerbaijan apartment block blaze

World Bulletin / News Desk  At least 15 people died and 63 were injured in a fire in a 16-storey apartment building in Azerbaijan’s capital Baku on Tuesday, the health ministry said. The fire took hold in the exterior cladding and, fanned by high winds, spread through the building. Firefighters have the blaze […]

Yemen govt says no peace talks with Houthis yet

World Bulletin / News Desk Yemen’s exiled government will not agree to peace talks with Houthis until they implement a United Nations Security Council resolution requiring they quit cities and hand over captured weapons, Vice President Khaled Bahah said on Tuesday. The United Nations had hoped all Yemeni parties, including the Houthis and […]

Obama gets his own Twitter account

World Bulletin / News Desk  President Barack Obama sent his first tweet from his very own account on Twitter on Monday, quickly amassing a million followers in five hours, the latest of many White House efforts to amplify his message with social media. “Hello, Twitter! It’s Barack. Really! Six years in, they’re finally […]

Unpunished and unseen settler attacks

World Bulletin / News Desk  An Israeli NGO said Monday that 94 percent of Israel’s investigations into attacks on Palestinians by extremist Jewish settlers ended “without any indictments,” going on to lament Israeli police “indifference” regarding such assaults. “Despite their legal obligations, the reality is that Israeli security forces in the West Bank […]

Blasts in Turkish Kurdish party office injures 2

World Bulletin / News Desk  Simultaneous bomb blasts hit the offices of Turkey‘s opposition pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) in two southern cities on Monday, wounding six people three weeks ahead of a parliamentary election, an HDP official said. The HDP said President Tayyip Erdogan, who hopes the polls wil pave the way for passage […]

Syrian army killed five ISIL leaders

World Bulletin / News Desk  The Syrian army has killed five ISIL leaders in an attack in eastern Syria, Syrian state TV reported on Saturday. A headline bar quoting the state TV correspondent in the eastern province of Deir al-Zor identified the five as Saudi, Turkish, Chechen, Jordanian and Iraqi. The United […]

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