Afghan native slams defenders of Islam in aftermath of Manchester massacre

Afghan native slams defenders of Islam in aftermath of Manchester massacre

by WorldTribune Staff, May 25, 2017 Hamid Jan Kakar has run out of patience with politically correct defenses of Islam in the aftermath of the Manchester bombing. Kakar, in an interview with Independent Journal Review, said he is sick of people saying “terrorism doesn’t have anything to do with Islam.” The defenders of Islam must […]

New liberal government in Seoul seeks Pope’s backing for peace talks

New liberal government in Seoul seeks Pope’s backing for peace talks

by WorldTribune Staff, May 24, 2017 South Korea’s newly-elected President Moon Jae-In dispatched a delegation to the Vatican on May 23 on a mission to seek support from Pope Francis for North-South Korean peace talks. The delegation was led by Archbishop Hyginus Kim Hee-Joong, who also asked the pope to “pray for the improvement of […]

Those who ‘worship death’ celebrate slaughter of innocents in Manchester, UK

Those who ‘worship death’ celebrate slaughter of innocents in Manchester, UK

by WorldTribune Staff, May 23, 2017 Islamic State (ISIS) supporters who, according to U.S. President Donald Trump “worship death”, hailed the May 22 terrorist attack in Manchester as a victory against “the crusaders” of the West. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack in which a suicide bomber killed 22 and injured at least 59 outside […]

Record? British sniper kills ISIS jihadist in Mosul from 1.5 miles away

Record? British sniper kills ISIS jihadist in Mosul from 1.5 miles away

by WorldTribune Staff, May 23, 2017 A British SAS sniper pulled off one of the longest recorded shots in history when he killed an Islamic State (ISIS) jihadist in Mosul from 2.4 kilometers (1.5 miles) away. The British soldier’s shot took three seconds to reach his target, hitting the jihadist in the throat and killing […]

The Brits say no to EU’s $112 billion Brexit shakedown

The Brits say no to EU’s $112 billion Brexit shakedown

by WorldTribune Staff, May 21, 2017 The EU is demanding Britain pay $112 billion (100 billion Euros) to leave the union. The Brits are having none of it. Brexit Secretary David Davis said negotiations would be plunged into “crisis” from the start because the EU refused to discuss a trade deal until Britain agreed to […]

Global econ: Asia boom, minus numbers down South, anti-Trumpism slows U.S. growth

Global econ: Asia boom, minus numbers down South, anti-Trumpism slows U.S. growth

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler UNITED NATIONS — The world economy is slowly improving with a forecast for 2.7 percent global growth, but there’s still a way to go to reach pre-recession levels. That’s part of the prognosis of the UN’s World Economic Situation midterm report for 2017 which cites stronger economic recovery […]

Comment: No, the Democrats have not changed and are not open to reason

Comment: No, the Democrats have not changed and are not open to reason

by WorldTribune Staff, May 18, 2017 Conservatives haven’t fought the Left hard enough “because we keep thinking they will change and be open to reason,” columnist James Lewis wrote for American Thinker. But Democrats only have one playbook – “and they never stop following it,” Lewis wrote in an op-ed published on May 17. “Democrats […]

Saudi, Russia agree to extend oil production cuts to March 2018

Saudi, Russia agree to extend oil production cuts to March 2018

by WorldTribune Staff, May 18, 2017 Saudi Arabia and Russia on May 15 said they agreed to extend a deal to cut oil production through March 2018. Following a meeting in Beijing, Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih and his Russian counterpart Alexander Novak said: “The two ministers agreed to do whatever it takes to achieve […]

Non-stop intel leaks targeting a sitting president called threat to U.S. national security

Non-stop intel leaks targeting a sitting president called threat to U.S. national security

by WorldTribune Staff, May 17, 2017 The continuous flow of U.S. intelligence leaks for publication by major media that appear to be targeting President Donald Trump and his administration are risking national security, current and former U.S. officials say. The Washington Post reported on May 15 that President Donald Trump shared the details of an […]

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