Wikinews interviews specialists on Russian intervention in Ukraine

1 2 3 Wednesday, March 5, 2014
In the past few days, tension has been increasing due to conflict between Ukraine and the Russian Federation which has led to the United States, the United Kingdom, and France increasing pressure on Russia to remove their troops from Crimea.
Wikinews interviewed specialists in Russian foreign policy and specialists in international law about the legality oRead More…

New Zealand prisoners do nothing says National party

Sunday, November 5, 2006
Figures released by Simon Power, law and order spokesman for the National party, show that the New Zealand Labour led government lets 81% of all prisoners not do any work while in prison. Newspaper, Sunday News says that some Christchurch prisoners have been given a barbecue for good behavior.
Simon Power’s figures show that of the 7,612 prisoners only 19% (1,470) of theRead More…

Women’s March becomes largest protest in U.S. history

Tuesday, January 24, 2017
On Saturday, by estimates, over 500,000 women and other protesters — twice the figure expected by organizers — marched through Washington D.C. to protest the inauguration of Donald Trump as president of the United States. They were accompanied by hundreds of thousands of others in hundreds of sister marches in cities across the United States and on all seven continRead More…

Essential Information About Decorative Electrical Supply In Nyc

Read An Opinion On: White Bohemian byAlma Abell
With the advancement in technology, you can now enjoy a luxurious shower with just a press of the button. The use of electric showers has increased in the current times because of their efficiency and splendid styles. An electric shower has many inbuilt features that allow hot water to flow smoothly. You can easily control the water temperatuRead More…

Aung San Suu Kyi leaves house arrest to meet with government official

 Correction — January 2, 2008 Aung San Suu Kyi received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991, not 1992. 
Thursday, October 25, 2007
Myanmar opposition leader, Aung San Suu Kyi has left her house arrest to meet with government officials.
Witnesses have observed a caravan of vehicles leaving the home of the 1992 Nobel Peace Prize recipient. Reports say that she is meeting with a liaison minister, U Read More…

KKE: Interview with the Greek Communist Party

Thursday, May 13, 2010
Wikinews reporter Iain Macdonald has performed an interview with Dr Isabella Margara, a London-based member of the Communist Party of Greece (KKE). In the interview Margara sets out the communist response to current events in Greece as well as discussing the viability of a communist economy for the nation. She also hit back at Petros Tzomakas, a member of another Greek farRead More…

Massive ice deposits found on Mars

Friday, March 16, 2007
The European Space Agency’s Mars Express spacecraft has discovered ice deposits in the south pole of Mars that are larger than the state of Texas.
Scientists say that there is enough water in the deposits to cover the entire planet with up to 36 feet of water if the ice was to melt. Some sections of the ice deposits are up to 2.3 – 2.5 miles deep. The ice is composed of Read More…

How Rhinoplasty Can Change Your Voice?}

Read An Opinion On: Speech Therapy Nowra Submitted by: Jonathan Tan
A nose job can be one of the most life-changing cosmetic surgeries as it dramatically transforms the appearance of the nose drastically. It sits among the most popular cosmetic procedures in Australia with a variety of patients coming in for their enhancements. And it is also possible that some who are fond of singing comRead More…

Steve Jobs denies ‘location-gate’

Friday, April 29, 2011
Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs announced on Wednesday that iPhone technology is not being used to monitor the location of its customers. The scandal arose from concern that data collected by Apple would make it possible for anyone with access to a person’s private computer to retrieve information about their movements.
Jobs acknowledged that while iPhones keep a database of Wi-Read More…

Canadian loses health benefits after company finds joyful Facebook pictures

Sunday, November 22, 2009
A 29-year-old woman from Quebec in Canada claims to have lost her long-term health care benefits she was receiving for depression, after her insurance company discovered pictures of her on Facebook smiling and having fun.
Nathalie Blanchard alleges that Manulife Financial cut off her long-term benefit payments because she was “available to work, because of Facebook.” ShRead More…