Daily Archives: October 25, 2015

Yemen: 3.3 million people in need of critical aid in besieged Taiz, warns UN health agency

21 October 2015 – The top United Nations health official in Yemen is appealing for unrestricted access to Taiz, where “innocent lives are at risk” in the besieged highland city where more than 3.3 million people are in critical need of health assistance, safe drinking water, food and fuel.

Montenegro Police Fire Tear Gas at Protesters

24 Oct 15
Police have fired tear gas and stun grenades at anti-government protesters amid reports of violent clashes across the capital Podgorica.
Police used tear gas and stun grenades to disperse anti-government demonstrators in the capital city Podgorica on Saturday evening, after protesters tried to enter the parliament building.
The interior minister Rasko Konjevic praised the police for protecting state property and preserving peace and order. He said that 15 police officers were injured and over 20 people have asked for medical assistance because of tear gas.
“Police activities are still ongoing, there are people who have been detained,” police officials said at a press conference held after midnight. They also confirmed that Andrija Mandic, leader of opposition party Nova, has been detained but said no opposition MPs have been detained by police.
The area around the parliament building where the rally took place now appears to be empty.
Security was tight in the capital. Along with a heavy police presence, barricades have been placed around all important state institutions and most streets in the city centre are closed.
At the time of writing, there were several violent clashes at various locations across Podgorica with the police deploying armoured vehicles and using tear gas and stun grenades to disperse protesters.

Ukraine | Racists in Kiev

October 20 in Kiev, a group of racists attacked the black fans. It happened during a match between Kiev football club “Dynamo” and London “Chelsea”. Group of Kiev fans from far-right groups “Relatives” attacked the black guys in the stands of the stadium at 30th minute of match. The victims of the attack are the inhabitants of Kiev, they, as well as fans attacked them, rooting for the “Dynamo”. The incident was the cause of serious scandal and led to a trial by the international football organizations. At the moment they define a form of punishment for the Kiev football club.

What Investors Really Think About Putin In Syria

Kenneth Rapoza

Listen to Vladimir Putin talk about any world leader and you will hear him say he doesn’t know what they think. He can only judge by their actions. Russia’s actions in Ukraine have led to sanctions. And now its actions in Syria, while not related to Western sanctions, gives some investors the jitters.