The US ambassador in Tegucigalpa, Honduras knew about the coup against Manuel Zelaya on the 28 June 2009 several weeks beforehand… according to the testimony of an ex-minister who was killed shortly after making this revelation
Putin presents Moscow’s ‘New Deal’ for the Caucasus. Economic revival, hotels and ski slopes, commerce and petrol: a new strategy for combating Islamic insurgents
The Chinese ratings agency Dagong is challenging the United States' stranglehold on the global economic climate.
In any crisis, the real struggle is to keep the money flowing
The "silent raids" involve the infiltration of U.S. factories and industrial plants by I.C.E. agents and the subsequent identifcation of illegal workers
London's 2005 terrorist attack has mysteriously been erased from the collective memory.
Saudi Arabia against Iran, Sunnites against Shiites. A no-holds barred battle, where even religion becomes a weapon
What lies behind the escalation of tension with Peking set in motion by Washington?
A small pink revolution is taking root in Bangladesh
The construction of an Islamic centre in the financial heart of New York will begin next year amidst the contentions of relatives of 9/11 victims
Twelve months after the end of the conflict, Rajapaksa's war crimes are yet unpunished and 80 thousand Tamil refugees are still detained in military camps
He likes to be called Rambo and he is an American green beret veteran like the world famous icon. He is the commander of an Afghan paramilitary militia that has been terrorizing the population of the province of Kandahar for years
A bill banning the use of the full veil in public places has been introduced into the Council of Ministers and will be debated by the General Assembly in July
Al-Qaeda chief accuses Shias of killing the leader of their organisation and plotting with the USA
The Haiti food question and the United States, guilty of flooding the the country with rice, marginalising local producers and forcing prices up.