A newspaper of the ruling Communist Party of China on Saturday urged the authorities to remain firm in their plans to demolish a huge mosque in the northwest despite protests raised, claiming that no religion is above the law.
El Universo, 44 days ago
The approval and performance ratings of key government institutions -- the Senate, House of Representatives and the Supreme Court -- significantly decline in the latest Pulse Asia nationwide survey.
Inquirer, 6 hours ago
It is claimed that in Austria, power was prepared to censor some media outlets because of news about the police and the Ministry of Interior.
Evrensel Gazetesi, 6 hours ago
The excitement ensued. Warganet criticized and ridiculed Sam Smith for not liking Michael Jackson.
Kompas.com, 6 hours ago
Trump has made clear he won't order an FBI probe. McConnell said Thursday's Judiciary Committee hearing would proceed, and No. 2 Senate GOP leader, John Cornyn of Texas, said the panel could vote on sending Kavanaugh's nomination to the full Senate as early as Friday.
The Indian Express, 6 hours ago
Manuel Liendo Rázuri broke his silence before Beto Ortiz, gave his version of the facts and left controversial statements.
Diario La República, 6 hours ago
In the second round of primary Democratic Change (CD), scheduled for next Sunday September 30, former President Ricardo Martinelli ...
La Prensa Panamá, 6 hours ago
Should the State intervene to reduce the wage gap that exists within companies? The issue divides opinions around the world and is set to be discussed by the parties in the Assembly of the Republic.
Público, 6 hours ago
The case of Benalla, named after the former close of President Emmanuel Macron, Alexandre Benalla takes a new turn after the last photo made public by the site of investigation Mediapart.
La Nouvelle Tribune, 6 hours ago
Are faith-based NGOs breaking the law when they refuse to give women information on where to terminate their pregnancies?
Mail & Guardian, 6 hours ago