30 April 2018

News Ukraine

Twin blasts in Afghan capital kill at least 25, including eight journalists (190)
James Mackenzie KABUL (Reuters) - Twin blasts in the Afghan capital Kabul killed at least 25 people on Monday, including eight journalists who had arrived to report on the first explosion and who were apparently targeted by a suicide bomber, officials said. Afghan security forces are seen at the site of a second blast in Kabul, Afghanistan April 30, 2018.
Stormy Daniels Sues Donald Trump for Defamation (52)
By Madeleine Aggeler @mmaggeler Stormy Daniels. Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images Stormy Daniels has filed her second lawsuit against President Donald Trump. The adult-film star is suing Trump for defamation, her lawyer Michael Avenatti announced in a tweet on Monday. The suit claims the president made "irresponsible and defamatory statements" about Daniels in response to the sketch she released of the man
British interior minister Rudd resigns after immigration scandal (73)
April 30 2018 10:58 AM Britain's Home Secretary Amber Rudd Reuters/London * Amber Rudd resigns after immigration scandal * Theresa May was interior minister before Rudd * Resignation comes ahead of local elections * Rudd says she inadvertently misled parliament Britain's interior minister resigned on Sunday after Prime Minister Theresa May's government faced an outpouring of indignation over its treatment of
Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel has proof of 'secret' Iranian nuclear weapons programme (18)
Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel has "new and conclusive" proof of a "secret" Iranian nuclear weapons programme. (REUTERS) Arab News April 30, 2018 20:15 Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel has proof of 'secret' Iranian nuclear weapons programme Israel PM says Israel has Iranian documents proving a nuclear weapons program Netanyahu called it a "great intelligence achievement" Arab News April 30, 2018 20:15
9 journalists among 20+ killed in twin bombings in Afghan capital (42)
Afghan security forces after the second blast in Kabul. © Omar Sobhani / Reuters Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) has claimed responsibility for two bombings in the Afghan capital, Kabul that have left at least 26 people dead, including nine journalists. Warning graphic images The first attack was carried out by a suicide bomber riding a motorcycle, according to multiple reports.
All stories by topic
In news


  • Trump
  • Obama
  • Jackson
  • May
  • Pompeo
  • Johnson
  • Mainstream
  • Knight
  • Netanyahu
  • Merkel
  • Putin
  • Pruden
  • Wilson
  • Clinton
  • Huckabee


  • Google
  • Amazon
  • Apple
  • Ford
  • Mercedes
  • Microsoft
  • Samsung
  • Hilton
  • Ferrari
  • LG
  • Boeing
  • Intel
  • Toyota
  • Mars
  • Sony


  • USA
  • India
  • United Kingdom
  • China
  • Iran
  • Russia
  • Israel
  • France
  • Japan
  • Germany
  • Syria
  • Australia
  • New York
  • Washington
  • Canada