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Nerti U. Qatja is writer and publisher on this page. He is an activist focused on the fighting against this monetary system that robs the poor and rewards the rich, against any corrupted governments who put their comfort and benefits forward to the people. Our goal is to know the hidden truths, recovery of the whole society from the slavery of this system and fallout from them. Even if you think things should change join with us.

Mugabe does not resign

Zimbabwean President, who was supposed to announce his resignation tonight, supported the Army's pseudo-squadron on television, calling it "outright worries," but did not resign. The 93-year-old president of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, who opposed the military, pushed the capital into occupation by the military and was...

Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe agrees to leave Presidential post

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe agrees to leave Presidential post -- Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has agreed to step down after pressure from the country's army and ruling party, Reuters reported. The agency quoted a source close to the ongoing negotiations between Mugabe and the Zimbabwean army...

Syrian army liberates the entire city of Albu Kamal

The Syrian Central Military Information Agency and sources in the field announced that the Syrian government forces liberated on Sunday the entire city of Albu Kamal in the province of Deir al-Zour in eastern Syria from the grip of the organization Daesh. This was...

Saudi-led coalition airstrikes killed at least 13 civilians in Yemen

The killing of 12 civilians and injuring at least six others have been carried out by Saudi Arabian-led coalition forces in Sanaa and al-Jawf, according to the Yemeni news agency Saba. The agency quoted a local source in Al-Jouf province as saying that 8 children...

Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe agrees to leave Presidential post

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe agrees to leave Presidential post. A source familiar with the talks between Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and army leaders over his stay in power said Mugabe had agreed to step down after 37 years in office. - Earlier - Zimbabwe's ruling National Union-Patriotic...

UK allows ‘life-changing’ medicine for breast cancer patients

The British National Health Service (NHS) has approved two new breast cancer drugs that will "change the lives" of patients. The FDA has previously rejected the drugs because of the high cost. According to reports, up to 8,300 people with breast cancer each year will...

Morocco: 15 women killed in stampede south of the country

A stampede in the Sidi Boualem district of the southern Moroccan town of Suwaira on Sunday killed 15 women while distributing food aid to the needy in the region. An eyewitness told Morocco's Channel 2 news agency that the distribution of food aid to some...

Netanyahu will be interrogated again over alleged corruption

The prime minister of the Israel is scheduled to be interrogated for the second time this month for alleged corruption by the police. The Israeli police are to interrogate Benjamin Netanyahu for the second time this month on charges of two cases of corruption, according...

Americans push Trump govt to take action against violence in Myanmar

A political analyst believes that American citizens should press the Washington government to take action against violence against Muslims in Rohingya in the Rakhine province of Myanmar. The head of a non-governmental US-based Myanmar-based US-based institution, Robert Murrow, said in a speech at Mason University...

Deadly crash in west Kenya

Traffic accident in western Kenya has left at least 12 dead. The incident took place in the Salga area along the Nakuru-Eldoret highway in western Kenya, which killed 12 people, and two of the injured were reportedly injured by the incident. In a deadly crash that...

One million people in Yemen are at risk of cholera: Red Cross

The head of the office of the ICRC in Yemen has warned of the risk of continuing the sieges that the Saudi Arab-led coalition has carried out since November 6 against millions of Yemeni people. The head of the International Committee of the Red Cross...

Hariri goes to Egypt and Kuwait before returning to Beirut

French sources said Saad Hariri will travel to Egypt and Kuwait before returning to Beirut. Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri went to Paris on Friday at the invitation of French President Emmanuel Macron from Riyadh. According to his French sources, he is to travel to Egypt...

Hariri charged with multi-million dollar money laundering in Saudi Arabia: report

The media reported that there was a connection between Saad Hariri's resignation and the Prison Chain Prisons, senior ministers and senior officials in Saudi Arabia. The newspaper wrote that the interrogations were about Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri's suspicions of money laundering from Oger, which...

Abu Kamal was completely released from IS

The Syrian army and their allies in the resistance line, after a rigorous battle with ISIL's terrorists, completely cleared the city of Abu Kamal. Syrian Army forces and their allies eventually released the city of Abu Kamal on the border between Syria and Iraq, after...

IS terrorists in Syria fleeing to US-backed areas

A news network announced that IS elements in Syrian al-Bukmal are fleeing to US-backed areas. According to the International Tendency News Agency , Al-Maidan News Correspondent reported that elements of the ISIS terrorist group are fleeing Syrian al-Bakemal to US-backed "democratic forces" areas. The Syrian army...

Syrian army cleared 2 other villages in Hama from terrorists

The Syrian army, in collaboration with its allies, continued to dominate the other two villages in the wake of the war on terrorists from Jabhat al-Nusra. The Syrian Army forces, with its allies on the villages of Harran and Al-Hardanah in the northeastern part of the...

At least 5 killed and 12 injured in terrorist rocket attacks in Homs

Syrian sources reported deaths and injuries due to rocket attacks by terrorists in northern Homs. According to news agencies, a police source in Homs talbiseh terrorists and rocket attacks on northern suburb of Homs while Hussein said. The source said that five people were killed and...

Mugabe dismissed from the presidency of Zimbabwe

Siemday news sources said the Zimbabwe ruling party is expected to dismiss its president Robert Mugabe on Sunday and nominate Emmerson Nancagua, his deputy, as his successor. According to the International Department Zimbabwe's ruling party is expected to relinquish its president Robert Mugabe on Sunday...

Missing Argentina submarine sent 12 emergency messages

The Argentine Ministry of Defense announced that a submarine with 44 passengers had disappeared, saying that 12 unsuccessful unscheduled messages were sent from the submarine. The Argentine Defense Ministry also said that the submarine had attempted to send an emergency satellite 12 times, but for...

Cholera threatens one million people in 3 Yemeni cities

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has announced that about one million Yemenis are at risk of cholera in three Yemeni cities due to stopping fuel imports and exacerbating Saudi attacks in the past 10 days. According to the International Panel The International...

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