Prince of Wales defends tax status
Clarence House has defended the Prince of Wales’
financial arrangements after antimonarchy campaigners accused the
Duchy of Cornwall of using “a highly questionable interpretation” of
its legal status to avoid corporation tax.
Iranian Navy ready to extend presence to Atlantic Ocean
Iran's Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah
Sayyari has expressed the readiness of Iranian naval forces to
extend their presence to international waters, including the
Atlantic Ocean, to protect the Islamic Republic's interests.
Zuma vows ‘meaningful’ change in leadership challenge
Embattled South African President Jacob Zuma
made the case on Sunday for his re-election, promising his ANC party
meaningful change as he sought to face down a leadership challenge
from his deputy.
These tragedies must end - Obama
President Barack Obama vowed Sunday to use all
his power to stop gun massacres like the slaughter of 20 little
children at a Connecticut school, saying “these tragedies must end.”
Obama vented passion and anger as he told the grief-stricken
community of Newtown, reeling from the unspeakable horror of
Friday's rampage, that he was consoling victims of the fourth mass
shooting of his presidency.