Monthly Archives: August 2017





The Bolivian foreign minister has firmly rejected Washington’s hegemonic ambitions as manifested in Donald Trump’s latest threat of a military intervention in Venezuela, while underlining Caracas’ right to self-determination without outside meddling. READ MORE: US-Venezuela standoff: Latin America haunted by ‘ghost of military interventions’ Speaking to RT in Moscow following his […]

‘US hegemony has come to an end’: Bolivian FM rejects ...





by Breitbart News16 Aug 20170 16 Aug, 201716 Aug, 2017 On the Thursday edition of Breitbart News Daily, broadcast live on SiriusXM Patriot Channel 125 from 6AM to 9AM Eastern, Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow will continue our discussion of the Trump administration’s agenda and the left’s purge of Confederate Civil […]

Breitbart News Daily: Safe-Spacing U.S. History















Amazon’s stock market value lost as much as $5 billion during premarket trading after President Donald Trump tweeted that the online giant does “great damage to tax paying retailers.” Trump has long accused Amazon of not paying its fair share of taxes. On Wednesday, Trump criticized Amazon on Twitter by […]

After Trump tweets, Amazon market value loses $5 billion


US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has condemned racism and bigotry amid criticism of President Donald Trump’s reaction to the violence in Charlottesville. Sessions made the comments during a speech against sanctuary cities. “In no way can we accept or apologize for racism, bigotry, hatred or violence,” Sessions said  Wednesday, referring […]

‘No way can we accept racism’: Sessions fails to assuage ...






England are the defending champions and have won their first two group games in Ireland Women’s Rugby World Cup: England v USA Date: 17 August Time: 14:30 BST Venue: Billings Park, Dublin Coverage details: BBC Radio 5 live sports extra commentary (online only) and live text on the BBC Sport […]

England make six changes for World Cup decider


Mark Sampson led England to the semi-finals of the European Championships in the Netherlands this summer An England player was left “shocked” after being the subject of alleged ‘racial’ remarks made by women’s national team head coach Mark Sampson. Sampson is accused of saying – in 2015 – that the […]

England coach Sampson accused of ‘racial’ comments



[unable to retrieve full-text content] In the same category are England make six changes for World Cup decider England are the defending champions and have won their first two group games in IrelandWomen's Rugby World Cup: England v USADate: 17 August Time: 14... England coach Sampson accused of ‘racial’ comments […]

T20 Blast: Jos Buttler’s 50 helps Lancashire beat Worcestershire


Image copyright Reuters Image caption Relatives have been waiting to identify bodies Nearly half of the 400 people known to have died in a mudslide and flooding on the outskirts of the Sierra Leone capital Freetown have already been buried, health officials say. The government had said mass burials would […]

Sierra Leone mudslide victims buried



South African officials are debating whether to grant diplomatic immunity to Zimbabwe’s first lady Grace Mugabe, who is accused of assaulting a 20-year-old model in Johannesburg this week. Mugabe, 52, remains in South Africa after a day of intense speculation over her whereabouts, South African police said in a Wednesday […]

Grace Mugabe seeks immunity in S Africa assault case




Since the seizure of large parts of Iraq by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) in early 2014, over three million Iraqis have been driven from their homes. Many carry with them horrific stories of violence and suffering. The displaced have featured heavily […]

How Iraq’s IDPs cope with the trauma of displacement


Dalal Abu al-Hawa’s 22-month-old son does not recognise her. Hamza was just 10 months old when his mother was imprisoned for a year by an Israeli court for charges she vehemently denies.  Abu al-Hawa, who was released on August 7, is having trouble sleeping, is considering seeing a psychiatrist and is […]

‘My youngest child has no idea that I am his ...




Since March 31, Venezuela has seen near-daily demonstrations – with pro- and anti-government protesters taking to the streets. Here is the latest in the Venezuelan crisis: 16 August 2017 Russia comments on crisis  Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov stressed the need to resolve the crisis peacefully and without external intervention. “We […]

Venezuela Crisis: All the latest updates



Published time: 17 Aug, 2017 02:13 A 400-million-year-old fish fossil has been found with a jaw structure that is believed to be part of the evolutionary lineage to humans. The ancient fossil was unearthed during a study of limestones around Lake Burrinjuck, some 50 km northwest of Canberra, Australia. Read […]

400 million-year-old fish linked to human evolution





The Charlottesville brawls escalated when police forcibly ended the court-approved “Unite the Right” rally in Emancipation Park by loudly declaring an “unlawful assembly.” That announcement is key to understanding the subsequent expulsion of the “Unite the Right” rally attendees from the protected park into the city streets, the resulting escalation […]

Timeline Leading to Declaration of Unlawful Assembly at Emancipation Park ...






An extensive study that professors and data scientists at Harvard and M.I.T. conducted has concluded that Breitbart News does not represent the “alt-right,” undercutting the legitimacy of left-wing activists, Democrats, reporters in the legacy media, Never Trumpers, and establishment Republican bobbing heads and mouthpieces who rushed after Charlottesville to reflexively smear, […]

Harvard/MIT Study: ‘Breitbart Is NOT Alt-Right’







Image copyright Reuters Image caption Mo Farah wins gold in Men’s 5000m, London 2012 Five years ago this month, the London Olympic Games – seen as a great success for Britain – came to a close. At the time, the country was promised that the end of the Games would […]

Olympic legacy: Did £1bn after 2012 get any more people ...








 Faraday Future recently abandoned plans to build its own tailor-made factory from scratch in Nevada, and now it’s signed a lease on a new ready-made production facility in Hanford, Calif. The switch in strategy reflects a broader shift in the electric carmaker’s approach, which has been scaled down for earlier ambitious and lofty goals based on the company’s economic… Read More

Faraday Future signs lease on new turn-key manufacturing facility









Australia’s scientific agency says it believes with “unprecedented precision and certainty” that a missing Malaysia Airlines aircraft crashed into the sea northeast of an area scoured in a fruitless two-year search. The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation’s assertion on Wednesday is based on satellite pictures taken two weeks after […]

Australia’s CSIRO believes it can locate missing MH370








Yemen has been battered with more airstrikes in the first half of 2017 than the whole of 2016 according to a report compiled by several humanitarian agencies, leading to an ever-growing number of civilian casualties and refugees. The war-torn country has been hit by a total of 5,676 airstrikes this […]

Yemen hit by more airstrikes in 1st half of 2017 ...




Image copyright PA Image caption “If you stay true to yourself, get your head down, look after your customers and use the very best ingredients available to you, you’ll make it to the top,” said Outlaw A Cornish fish restaurant has been named best in the UK, after the winner […]

Cornish fish restaurant named best in the UK



Tensions between the nations escalated last week after Pyongyang threatened to fire four intermediate-range ballistic missiles towards the US territory of Guam. Clyde Scott, owner of Texas-based Rising S Shelters, said his bunker sales have gone up 200 per cent in the last two weeks amid sabre rattling between Kim […]

Bomb shelter sales up 200% as American fears of WW3 ...


Image copyright PA Image caption Rail commuters in six cities will see annual season tickets rise by nearly £100 Rail commuters will pay an extra £100 on average for annual season tickets when price changes come into force in the new year, analysis suggests. The permitted increase equates to 3.6% […]

Rail fares: Commuters to pay £100 more in 2018