North Korea Missile Test

NORTH KOREAN leader Kim Jong UN says the second flight check of associate worldwide missile incontestible his country will hit the North American country earth, hours once the launch left analysts terminal that a large swath of America, together with l. a. and Chicago, is currently in vary of Pyongyang’s weapons. The Korean Central news… Read More »

Terror raids in Sydney

FOUR homes across state capital were at the same time raided by heavily armed police as a part of Associate in Nursing current terror-related investigation. Police, junction rectifier by the Joint Counter coercion Team, conducted the raids in Surry Hills, Lakemba, Punchbowl and Wiley Park this afternoon. A police representative same the “ongoing investigation” was… Read More »

Small groups defying the ban on protesting in Venezuela

Although opponents of President Nicolas Maduro’s government blocked more than a dozen intersections in Caracas this Friday, there were no mass demonstrations on the first day of the temporary ban on protests decreed by the government, in the face of a controversial election that will take place Cable this Sunday. Maduro deployed more than 370,000… Read More »

Marcos lawyer: Robredo camp ‘afraid of truth’

MANILA – The legal team of Vice President Leni Robredo is seeking ways to scrap an election protest against her because they are “afraid of the truth,” a lawyer of of former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. said Sunday. The Supreme Court, sitting as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal, affirmed last week that the election protest… Read More »

3 dead in Cagayan de Oro shootout

CAGAYAN DE ORO — Three men were killed in a shootout at a busy street in Cagayan de Oro City on Sunday afternoon. Mawi Solaiman was shot dead by three unidentified motorcycle-riding gunmen while on duty as an employee of an “ukay-ukay” shop in Daumar-Yacapin Street. According to the police, one of the suspects has… Read More »

Pimentel to cops: Use ‘common sense’ in looming De Lima arrest

MANILA – Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III on Sunday appealed to law enforcers to practice common sense if they arrest Senator Leila de Lima in connection with her drug case. “Common sense dapat ang gamitin ng ating mga law enforcer. Number one, kung nasa session kami, huwag kaming istorbohin kasi sila mismo ay gumagawa… Read More »

CAF Presidency: Zuma throws weight behind Hayatou

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has  announced that South Africa’s President, Jacob Zuma, had pledged his full support to incumbent  president Issa Hayatou ahead of African football’s upcoming elections. It followed a meeting on Saturday morning when President Zuma received Hayatou at his residence in Pretoria. The meeting came just six days after the… Read More »

Russia 2018 World Cup: Eagles shun Black Stars for Burkina Faso

Ahead of the Russia 2018 World Cup and AFCON 2019 qualifiers, between Nigeria and Cameroon, the proposed international friendly between Super Eagles and the Black Stars of Ghana has been cancelled. Sunday Sun sports enquires revealed that Burkina Faso has been chosen to replace Black Stars in the all important build up match meant to… Read More »

Qatar Open: Pliskova wins year’s second title

Karolina Pliskova stormed to her second WTA title of the year on Saturday, beating Caroline Wozniacki 6-3 6-4 in the Qatar Open in Doha. The 24-year-old Czech, seeded number two, took just under an hour and 20 minutes to end the former world number one’s hopes of a first success of 2017. Pliskova broke the… Read More »