Turkish PM issues first official apology over military campaign in Tunceli that killed nearly 14,000 Kurds in the 1930s.
|Erdogan blamed the opposition Republican People’s Party for the killing of nearly 14,000 Kurds in the 1930s [Reuters]|
Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey’s prime minister, has issued the first official apology for a bloody military campaign that killed thousands of Kurds in southeast Turkey at the end of the 1930s.
“If it is necessary to apologise on behalf of the state … I will apologise, I am apologising,” Erdogan told his Justice and Development Party (AKP) members on Wednesday in televised remarks.… Continue reading
High debt cited for move that the government has called part of a series of “financial attacks” against the country.
|Orban, left, has already asked for ‘precautionary’ help for Hungary from the EU and IMF [Reuters]
Credit agency Moody’s has cut Hungary’s debt rating to below investment-grade, citing high debt levels and weak growth prospects.
Moody’s also cited uncertainty about Budapest’s ability to meet fiscal goals as justification for cutting the debt one notch – from BAA3 to BA1.
The government said Friday’s move was part of a series of “financial attacks against the… Continue reading
Prime Minister David Cameron has several times warned the union leaders against the impacts of the Wednesday nationwide strike action, and claimed that the strike was illegitimate as the talks with the unions over the pension were yet ongoing.
Cabinet ministers Francis Maude and Danny Alexander, urged the public sector workers to resist their unions and go back to work on November 30, insisting their protest would cost half a billion… Continue reading
Trade unions’ chiefs announced that they have prepared a fighting fund of ‘tens of billions of pounds’ to keep individual strikers and smaller unions on their side in a major move that threatens to bring Britain to a standstill, British media reported.
Paul Kenny, general secretary of the National Union of General and Municipal Workers (GMB) cautioned the government that the strikes would continue into 2012 in a bitter dispute over pensions, adding that ‘it… Continue reading
Is the UK frantically trying to find out where they were sold on the “Black Market”?
We know something that you don’t…… but can’t talk about it Under the Nuclear Explosions Act otherwise we will all end up in goal for life.
Chris McGreal of the Guardian newspaper published an article 24th of May 2010 revealing how Israel offered to sell nukes to South Africa during the apartheid era. What he failed to reveal was that Israel struck up… Continue reading
Fashionistas around the world will go green with envy, as RT surveys the latest trend sweeping Russia’s catwalks; eco-friendly clothing.
Although many fashion critics believe that combining couture with conservation is a dead end, Russian designer Lyudmila Narsayan does not. She has faith in her vision to mix style with eco-friendly practices.
“In the first 25 years of our work, natural fabrics have dominated in fashion collections and textiles,” Lyudmila told RT. “The 21st century generation of fabrics started to appear eight or 10 years ago. I’ve been working with them since then. I like both synthetic and… Continue reading