Iran’s president, foreign minister and others found dead at helicopter crash site

Iran has offered no cause for the crash nor suggested sabotage brought down the helicopter, which fell in mountainous terrain in a sudden, intense fog.
By AP May. 20, 2024

The calculus of Israel-Hamas war

The present, therefore, is not the time for Israel to end the war, but it could be for Hamas.
By Ignatius Tsuro May. 16, 2024

WorldView: Israel, Hamas and the elusive cease-fire

His job and perhaps even his freedom depend on the war continuing, even if there were a temporary cease-fire.
By Gwynne Dyer May. 10, 2024

We have a right to self-defence: Iran

We have a right to self-defence, says Iran
By Admin Apr. 15, 2024

World View: Middle East: A bigger war?

It was a major escalation in the decades-long confrontation between Israel and Iran, for no apparent reason.
By Gwynne Dyer Apr. 12, 2024

‘Police officers should be disciplined’

Speaking at a farewell function for the outgoing officer commanding Beitbridge District Chief Superintendent Tichaona Nyongo, Makuvaza said police work required loyalty, dedication and honesty.
By Rex Mphisa Mar. 26, 2024

Hebrew Scriptures: US accused of funding UNRWA while terror ties known, complaint charges

Since the reports came to light, the US and other donor countries temporarily suspended funding of UNRWA “pending an investigation by the United Nations.”
By Darcie Grunblatt Mar. 10, 2024

Only the US can stop Gaza war

The glory days of easy, assured Israeli military victories are past.
By Gwynne Dyer Mar. 8, 2024

‘Extreme Prophecies’ come to Mutare

Israel promised residents in Mutare to be ready to restore hope to lost and desperate souls.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 1, 2024