Media Watch

'17Jun
19

Liberals set 15-day limit on solitary confinement of federal prisoners

The federal government is imposing a cap of 15 days on holding prisoners in solitary confinement, but some say the move is not enough to meet the international bar for human rights.Under a new bill tabled in the...
'17Jun
19

Trump welcomes president of Panama to White House

Trump added: "Things are going well in Panama. The relationship is very strong."Opening in 1914, the Panama Canal was built by the United States between 1904 and 1913 and revolutionized sea traffic travel in the...
'17Jun
19

Car rams police van on Paris' Champs Elysees, driver dead

By Johnny Cotton and Michel Rose | PARIS PARIS A man deliberately rammed a car carrying weapons and explosives into a police van as it drove in a convoy down Paris's Champs Elysees avenue on Monday,...
'17Jun
19

Military Demands Tougher Immigration Controls As Terrorists Ravage Filipino City

The Armed Forces of the Philippines is calling for tougher immigration restrictions to keep terrorists out of the country given the sharp surge in violent extremism in recent months, according to local media...
'17Jun
19

Press Gaggle by Press Secretary Sean Spicer, 6/19/2017

 James S. Brady Press Briefing Room 1:38 P.M. EDT MR. SPICER:  Good afternoon.  A belated Father’s Day to all the dads out there.  Hope you enjoyed your day.  I also want to extend a very happy birthday in absentia...
'17Jun
19

Zimbabwe police collect $15 million annually from traffic fines, Parliament told

HARARE,– The Zimbabwe Republic Police collects up to $15 million in traffic fines annually, Home Affairs Minister Ignatius Chombo told Parliamentarians on Monday.“The whole year it’s between $12 million and $15...
'17Jun
19

Four ministers were warned about tower block fire risks

Four separate government ministers were warned that fire regulations were not keeping people safe, in letters that have subsequently been seen by the BBC.In the leaked letters, experts warn that those living in...
'17Jun
19

Qatar Airways CEO: Blockade will leave lasting wound

The top executive of Qatar Airways has warned that the blockade imposed on his country by neighbouring Gulf countries "will leave a lasting wound."Speaking on Monday at the Paris Air Show, Akbar Al Baker told The...
'17Jun
19

Another setback for Kasukuwere

HARARE – Work towards the rehabilitation of the country’s main border posts will now be handled exclusively by the ministry of Transport and Infrastructural Development, without the involvement of the ministry of...
'17Jun
19

Turchynov introduces concept bill on Donbas de-occupation – Rada Speaker

Turchynov introduces concept bill on Donbas de-occupation – Rada Speaker Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Andriy Parubiy has said that Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of...

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