Sri Lanka’s anti-government protesters to hand back iconic govt buildings to authorities
Thursday, 14 July, 2022, 12:12
Sri Lanka’s anti-government demonstrators on Thursday decided to vacate some of the iconic administrative buildings, including the President’s House and the Prime Minister’s Office, they have been occupying since April 9 demanding president Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s resignation.
On July 9, protesters occupied President Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s presidential palace and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe’s private house. The Prime Minister’s Office was overrun on Wednesday.
Russian citizens will have Latvia's residence permits renewed 'on rare occasions'149Yesterday, 23:24
Apple demands Rutube hide Russian state media content in its app178Yesterday, 22:36
U.S. Insists It Will Operate Around Taiwan, Despite China’s Pressure43210.08.2022, 20:48
US pledges $1 billion more rockets, other arms for Ukraine51208.08.2022, 21:48
A new war is brewing in Africa60807.08.2022, 21:42
,,On August 25th, the villagers of Aghavno will have to leave their houses,,: Rima Yeghiazarian (video)16707.08.2022, 17:36
Concerns as Sri Lanka arrests top protest leader Joseph Stalin64104.08.2022, 20:12
US imposes visa restrictions against hundreds of Russians54102.08.2022, 23:12