Category Archives: News

Japan | No Foreign Bases US Base Relocation Plan Opponent Denny Tamaki Wins Okinawa Governatorial Race

by Eric Johnston

In a major defeat for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the ruling bloc, Kyodo News and other media reported Sunday evening that former Lower House member Denny Tamaki, a staunch opponent of a controversial central government-backed plan to relocate a U.S. military base, won Okinawa’s governor race over a candidate heavily backed by the ruling parties.

Ukraine | Bomb attack on communist party of Donetsk republic

Sept. 29: Disturbing news from Donetsk: a bomb exploded at the congress of the Communist Party of the Donetsk People’s Republic.

According to eyewitnesses, the explosive device was laid under the seats in the lobby of the premises where the Communist Party was meeting. It was a on a timer and went off at the moment when the council of party secretaries left the premises at the end of the congress.
At least three people were injured. Witnesses say executive secretary Irina Yakina received the most serious wounds.

Investigators are working at the site of the explosion.

Saudi Arabia Admits Mistakes in Targeting in Yemen

Investigators ask how many times Saudis can accidentally bomb same civilian targets

Addressing the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child on Monday with respect to the massive civilian death toll in the Saudi invasion of Yemen, Saudi officials made rare admissions of fault, saying that they had made “mistakes” in targeting and were working hard to rectify the problem.

Pakistan | All Pakistan Trade Union Federation APTUF Protest

Workers demand to increase 10% salary and EOBI pension Rs15,000 for private sector workers

 All Pakistan Trade Union Federation hold protest under the leadership of Rubina Jamil, Anwar Gujjar to increase EOBI from Rest. 5200/-to Rs. 15000/- per month and also announce 10% salary for all workers working in private sector. As you all know that 6, lac 50,000 workers are working in private sector in which women workers in garment sector are 42%, denying all the basic rights.

Ukraine | Knife-Wielding Ukrainian Radicals Assaulted a Lawyer and Journalist Directly in a Zhytomyr Courtroom And Then Attacked a Cafe

On September 28th, the latest hearing on the case of the Ukrainian journalist Vasily Muravitsky took place in the Korolevsky district court of the city of Zhytomyr. At the hearing the prosecution was supposed to present the experts whose conclusions form the basis of the charges of high treason against the journalist.