• Israel arrests members of Jewish extremist group

    Israel arrests members of Jewish extremist group

    Israeli police arrested on Saturday night 13 members and supporters of extremist anti-Arab organization Lehava. Eight members of Lehava are suspected of incitement to violence and terrorist attacks. Lehava  is objecting to any personal or business relationships between Arabs and Jews.

  • Gunman shot two NY police officers

    Gunman shot two NY police officers

    A gunman shot dead two New York city policemen and then committed suicide. Earlier, he had made "anti-police" comments online, refering to death of unarmed black man Eric Garnier. US President Barack Obama condemned the shootings.

  • Amazon's German workers extend strike

    Amazon's German workers extend strike

    Employees of four German Amazon warehouses, which are on strike from 15 December, have extended it to Christmas. The staff protests against the methods of forcing greater efficiency by using electronic control. The company ensures that orders will be delivered on time.

  • North Korea proposes US joint investigation

    North Korea proposes US joint investigation

    North Korea's Foreign Ministry has proposed a joint investigation with the US on cyber attack against Sony Pictures. - We can prove - without resorting to torture as CIA does - that we do not have anything to do with the incident - said Pyongyang.

  • Obama is not going to Havana

    Obama is not going to Havana

    US President Barack Obama said on Friday that the communist government in Cuba continues to oppress his people. He added that he does not expect that the change took place there from day to day. At the same time he stressed that changes must take place on the island.