London Modest Fashion Week follows celebration of World Hijab Day in UK

London Modest Fashion Week follows celebration of World Hijab Day in UK

by WorldTribune Staff, February 18, 2018 Two weeks ago, women in several Muslim-majority nations burned their hijabs in solidarity with Iranian women who are risking imprisonment by casting off the compulsory head garment. “We are fighting against the most visible symbol of oppression,” anti-hijab activist Masih Alinejad told Reuters on World Hijab Day, adding: “These women are […]

Zuma resigns as South Africa’s president

Zuma resigns as South Africa’s president

by WorldTribune Staff, February 15, 2018 South African President Jacob Zuma resigned on Feb. 14 after his own African National Congress (ANC) party told him to step down or face a no confidence vote in parliament. The 75-year-old Zuma said in a televised statement his resignation was effective immediately. On Feb. 15, Cyril Ramaphosa, ANC’s […]

Oxfam seeks to quiet storm over reports sex parties in Haiti included minors

Oxfam seeks to quiet storm over reports sex parties in Haiti included minors

by WorldTribune Staff, February 11, 2018 British-based Oxfam said it “got it wrong” when the charitable organization failed to publicly disclose misconduct at so-called “Caligula” style sex parties its employees engaged in while administering earthquake relief in Haiti in 2010. “With hindsight, I would much prefer that we had talked about sexual misconduct,” Oxfam’s chief […]

FBI informant finally testifies on Clinton-Uranium One ties

FBI informant finally testifies on Clinton-Uranium One ties

by WorldTribune Staff, February 8, 2018 In written testimony to three congressional committees, an FBI informant said that, amid Moscow’s pursuit of the Uranium One deal, Russian nuclear officials earmarked millions of dollars for the Clinton Foundation around the same time then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was promising a U.S. “reset” with Russia, a report […]

Report: Soros helping to fund campaign aimed at overturning Brexit

Report: Soros helping to fund campaign aimed at overturning Brexit

by WorldTribune Staff, February 8, 2018 George Soros is a top donor to a British group that is seeking to overturn Brexit, reports say. The leftist billionaire has through his Open Society Foundations funneled $550,000 to the Best for Britain campaign, which is seeking a second Brexit referendum, The Telegraph reported on Feb. 8. Soros […]

‘PC gone mad’: Feminists drive Formula 1 grid girls out of their jobs

‘PC gone mad’: Feminists drive Formula 1 grid girls out of their jobs

by WorldTribune Staff, February 2, 2018 Several models who lost their jobs as “grid girls” on the Formula 1 racing circuit are blasting the feminists who lobbied the sport to fire them. Formula 1, under pressure from feminist groups, announced last month it would no longer employ the models who are famous for interacting with […]

Report: Sex abuse victim refutes pope’s claim as pressure builds on Vatican

Report: Sex abuse victim refutes pope’s claim as pressure builds on Vatican

by WorldTribune Staff, February 5, 2018 A letter from a Chilean sex abuse victim contradicts Pope Francis’s “insistence that no victims had come forward,” The Associated Press reported. The eight-page letter that Pope Francis received in 2015, obtained exclusively by the AP, “graphically detailed how a priest sexually abused” the victim and how “other Chilean […]

Soros behind anti-deportation campaign in Israel, Netanyahu says

Soros behind anti-deportation campaign in Israel, Netanyahu says

by WorldTribune Staff, February 5, 2018 Hungarian-American billionaire George Soros is driving the campaign against Israel’s plan to deport some 20,000 African migrants, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Feb. 4. The Jerusalem Post reported, citing a “source close to the prime minister,” that Netanyahu was referring to Soros’s funding contribution to the New […]

Quiet visits to Washington by three top Russian intelligence chiefs raise eyebrows

Quiet visits to Washington by three top Russian intelligence chiefs raise eyebrows

by WorldTribune Staff, February 1, 2018 In what a former CIA station chief in Moscow called a “highly unusual” occurrence, the leaders of Russia’s three top intelligence agencies were all in Washington, D.C. in recent days. Only one of the three recent visits by the spy chiefs was confirmed by Russia. Sergei Naryshkin, head of […]

Russian opposition leader released from jail; Moscow claims U.S. meddling in election

Russian opposition leader released from jail; Moscow claims U.S. meddling in election

by WorldTribune Staff, January 29, 2018 Around the same time opposition leader Alexei Navalny was released after being detained by police, the Kremlin accused the U.S. of attempting to meddle in Russia’s upcoming presidential election. Navalny’s lawyer told the press on Jan. 28 that the opposition leader was released without being charged but will have […]

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