Monthly Archive: February 2018

South African President Jacob Zuma resigns

South African President Jacob Zuma resigns

15 February 2018 – South African President Jacob Zuma resigned yesterday in a televised address to the nation, ending a turbulent tenure marred by corruption scandals that sapped the popularity...

Benjamin Netanyahu facing corruption charges

Benjamin Netanyahu Facing Corruption Charges

14 February 2018 – Israeli police last night recommended that Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted on bribery and breach of trust charges in two corruption cases, dealing an embarrassing blow to...

Newcastle claim shock victory over Man Utd

Newcastle Claim Shock Victory Over Man Utd

12 February 2018 – The tributes to Liam Miller were both impeccable and tragically poignant, but sadly for Manchester United, they were unable to fashion a display or an outcome...

UN exempts sanctions for North Korea’s Olympic delegation

UN exempts sanctions for North Korea's Olympic delegation

09 February 2018 – A U.N. committee granted North Korea’s high-level delegation heading to the Winter Olympics in South Korea an exemption from U.N. sanctions yesterday, Security Council diplomats said. The...

Tesla losses increase on Model 3 delays

Tesla losses increase on Model 3 delays

08 February 2018 – The day after Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk blasted his Tesla Roadster into space, his electric car company’s mounting losses brought him back to Earth...

ASEAN ministers discuss smart cities at retreat

ASEAN Ministers Discuss Smart Cities At Retreat

06 February 2018 – Southeast Asian foreign ministers opened informal talks today in Singapore to discuss plans to build a network of smart cities across the region and bolster cooperation...

Apple to respond to US probes into slowdown of old iPhones

Apple To Respond To US Old iPhones Probe

01 February 2018 – Apple is cooperating with U.S. government inquiries into its secret slowdown of older iPhones, further complicating its efforts to move past an issue that irked customers...