Worrying but predictable violence by some protesters as the Myanmar junta slaughters them: “We were peaceful protesters after the coup. But when they killed so many people, we couldn’t go further with a peaceful movement. We needed to fight back.”
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Soweto residents says they've had it with crime and undocumented foreign nationals in the area. They're out on the streets today invading hotspots where drugs are allegedly being sold. They also want the issue of illegal immigrants to be addressed. @AviweMtila reports. #DStv403
WATCH: President Biden and President Putin shake hands at opening of hours-long summit in Geneva.
There appears to be an angry scrum for journalists to get into the Villa. Next to me a Russian journalist remarks: “The Americans can’t manage without causing a scandal.”
Gujarat | Surat's sellers/buyers welcome Govt of India's decision of hallmarking on gold jewellery & other gold items mandatory from today "It will benefit us hugely. We're now sure that we can't be cheated & it's 100% pure," says jewellery buyer Sheetal Choksi
Great to see Morrison's European tour getting the full propaganda treatment on Murdoch's front pages this week. The People’s Daily couldn’t have done better. But not exactly what I would call journalism. #MurdochRoyalCommission Register for updates: