Articles by Ann Salter

US condemns North Korea nuclear test threat The US has spoken out against North Korea's provocative plans to continue nuclear testing, dismissing their claims it relates to sanctions brought about by the United Nation Security Council.
Jan 23, 2013
EU to ban Golden Dawn's Eleni Zaroulia from Council Greece's Golden Dawn deputy leader Eleni Zaroulia may find herself and her colleague and Tamas Gaudi Nagy, from the Hungarian Jobbik party barred, from being officially recognised as political representatives
Jan 22, 2013
Prince Harry: We did shoot to kill Afghan rebels Prince Harry and the MOD are both in the news today. Prince Harry a serving helicopter pilot spoke out confirming he killed Afghan insurgents during his most recent tour as a helicopter pilot.
Jan 22, 2013
Israel Elections: Netanyahu predicted to win No wonder Benjamin Netanyahu the Israeli Prime Minister is looking positive here, as he visited the Western wall in Jerusalem with his two sons after casting his vote in the Israel election.
Jan 22, 2013
Dead and injured reported at BP Algeria plant Reports just in say that a number of people have been killed at the BP Algeria gas plant, in fierce fighting between the Algerian army who have surrounded and attacked the plant and the Islamist militants who are holding a number of western workers h
Jan 17, 2013
Tesco apologises over horsemeat burgers The UK's biggest supermarket Tesco has responded swiftly to the horsemeat burger expose from the Irish food inspectors, that showed their products contained high levels of horse meat
Jan 17, 2013
Algeria: BP hostages made to wear explosives France 24 TV reports that some of the estimated 41 hostages held at the BP oil plant by the Khaled Abul Abbas Brigade in Algeria are being made to wear explosives around their necks.
Jan 17, 2013
Egypt: Block of flats collapse 14 dead A residential block of flats have collapsed in Alexandria killing at least 14 people. It is believed that 30 people lived in the block and rescue workers seen here using specialist diggers, also used their bare hands to search through the rubble for
Jan 16, 2013
Horsemeat found in burgers at top supermarkets Large quantities of horsemeat have been found in bargain burgers on sale in Tesco, Lidl and Iceland according to investigations carried out by The Food Safety authority of Ireland.
Jan 16, 2013
Syria: Explosion at Aleppo university kills 15 This unverified footage shows the moment Aleppo University was hit by a massive explosion with unconfirmed reports that at least 15 people have been killed and many more injured.
Jan 15, 2013
German couple accused of spying for Russia for 20 years A husband and wife who have named themselves Heidrun" and "Andreas Anschlag," have gone on trial in Germany today where they are accused of spying for Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service agency for the past 20 years
Jan 15, 2013
Music retailer HMV goes into administration Yet another death knell for the UK's high street as HMV, the music retailer and DVD chain, announces it is to appoint an administrator, which could mean the loss of 4,350 jobs. Deloitte announced that 239 stores will remain open in the UK and the rep
Jan 15, 2013
Mark Bridger pleads not guilty in April Jones hearing Mark Bridger appeared at Mold crown court today accused of the murder and abduction of five-year-old welsh girl April Jones ,who disappeared while out playing with friends on her bike at Machynlleth, in October last year.
Jan 14, 2013