Articles by Ann Salter

Hu Jintao pens China Communist Party Congress Chinese President Hu Jintao spoke to over 2000 delegates at the opening of the week long 18th Communist Party congress in China, where the new leaders for the central committee will be selected.
Nov 8, 2012
Spotlight on China: End of the economic miracle? With China's 18th National party Congress currently taking place, the country's new leaders will face an increasingly difficult task to maintain the economic growth that has seen it become the second richest country in the world.
Nov 7, 2012
David Black murder: 46 year old man arrested A 46 year old man has been arrested over the murder of Northern Ireland prison officer David Black who was shot in a hail of bullets last Thursday as he drove to work on the M1 en route to Maghberry Prison.
Nov 7, 2012
Myanmar: 100 missing after boat capsizes A dangerously overcrowded boat containing desperate Rohingya Muslims fleeing the growing sectarian violence against them by Rakhine Buddhists has capsized with 100 people reported missing.
Nov 7, 2012
China’s New leaders: Just who is Xi Jinping? He's the president in waiting who's set to take the hot seat of one of the most powerful and prosperous countries on earth, but to many China's Xi Jinping remains something of a mystery.
Nov 7, 2012
Theresa May announces care home abuse inquiry Home Secretary Theresa May announced she has appointed Keith Bristow, the head of the National Crime Agency to investigate allegations of child abuse connected to a suspected paedophile ring.
Nov 6, 2012
Dale Creegan Pleads Not Guilty to Police Women’s Murders Dale Creeganon trial today at Liverpool Crown Court for the murders of Police women Fiona Bone and Nicola Hughes, who were killed in a shocking gun and grenade attack in September. Has denied murdering the two women and pleaded not guilty.
Nov 5, 2012
Prostate Cancer: ‘Personalised Screening for Genes’ A new approach to identifying and treating the 40,000 men who are diagnosed with Prostate cancer in the UK has been announced as part of an ambitious research project funded by Cancer Research UK.
Nov 5, 2012
US Presidential Election Heading for Photo Finish A day before the US election on Tuesday and Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are on hectic last minute visits to the crucial swing states to sway voters in what is proving to be one of the closest presidential races in recent history.
Nov 5, 2012
171,000 new jobs created in the US It's enough for any US President to contend with; Hurricane Sandy devastating the east coast and a re-election Presidential campaign looming against Mitt Romney on Tuesday.
Nov 2, 2012
Hurricane Sandy: 90 confirmed dead The trail of destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy has left some 90 people dead and left thousands of people battling lack of electricity, transportation problems, severe flooding and now widespread fuel shortages in New York and New Jersey.
Nov 2, 2012
Colin Duffy named in prison officer death One of the two men who have been arrested in connection with the murder of Northern Ireland prison officer, David Black has been named as Irish republican Colin Duffy.
Nov 2, 2012