Email
Password
Remember meForgot password?
    Log in with Twitter

South News

Tillerson says 'too early' for direct talks with N. Korea

Cairo - US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Monday it was "too early" to discuss direct negotiations with North Korea, after Vice President Mike Pence said the US was open to talks.

Yemen PM seeks reconciliation after deadly Aden clashes

Aden - Yemen's prime minister appealed on Wednesday for reconciliation with southern separatists after deadly clashes last month in which they seized almost all of Aden where his government has its base.

Three dead as busy market struck by bomb in southern Thailand

Yala - A motorcycle bomb killed three civilians and wounded two dozen others on Monday at a bustling morning market in Thailand's insurgency-hit south, the first such attack by suspected militants on a 'soft target' in the Muslim-majority region for months.

Hyundai building 150 MW energy storage battery in South Korea

Ulsan - Hyundai Electric, a spinoff move by shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries, has announced it will build and install a 150 Megawatt storage battery near Ulsan on the southeast coast of South Korea.

Syrian army declares unilateral fighting freeze in south

Damascus - The Syrian army on Monday unilaterally announced a halt to fighting in the country's south that would coincide with a new round of peace talks in the Kazakh capital Astana.

Yemeni government rejects southern autonomous council

Riyadh - The government of war-ravaged Yemen on Friday rejected a self-proclaimed autonomous body in the formerly independent south whose formation is seen as an open challenge to the president's authority.

Yemeni government rejects southern autonomous council

Riyadh - The government of war-ravaged Yemen on Friday rejected a self-proclaimed autonomous body in the formerly independent south whose formation is seen as an open challenge to the president's authority.

Yemeni government rejects southern autonomous council

Riyadh - The government of war-ravaged Yemen on Friday rejected a self-proclaimed autonomous body in the formerly independent south whose formation is seen as an open challenge to the president's authority.

Car bomb hits Thailand's troubled south, injures 51

Pattani - More than 50 people including children were injured on Tuesday when a car bomb exploded outside a supermarket in Thailand's insurgency-plagued south, police said, the largest attack for months on a civilian target there.

Car bomb hits Thailand's troubled south, injures 51

Pattani - More than 50 people including children were injured on Tuesday when a car bomb exploded outside a supermarket in Thailand's insurgency-plagued south, police said, the largest attack for months on a civilian target there.

Car bomb hits Thailand's troubled south, injures 51

Pattani - More than 50 people including children were injured on Tuesday when a car bomb exploded outside a supermarket in Thailand's insurgency-plagued south, police said, the largest attack for months on a civilian target there.

Libya govt urges 'intervention' over southern clashes

Tripoli - Libya's unity government has called for "urgent intervention" by the international community to end military escalation in its south, warning of a possible "civil war".

Le Pen finds fertile ground in south of France

Saint-rapha - Far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has won over voters in many parts of France, and on the southern Riviera coast there is little doubt in many minds that she can become president in May.

Thai army, rebel negotiators agree 'safety zone' for unrest-hit south

Kuala Lumpur - Thai army and Muslim rebel peace negotiators agreed Tuesday to create a "safety zone" in Thailand's insurgency-hit south, a small but significant step in talks to end a bloody 13-year conflict.

Iraq forces retake key town on Mosul southern front

- Iraqi forces retook a key town from the Islamic State group Monday, a crucial objective on the southern front of the offensive to wrest back the city of Mosul.

Iraq forces retake key town on Mosul southern front

- Iraqi forces retook a key town from the Islamic State group Monday, a crucial objective on the southern front of the offensive to wrest back the city of Mosul.

Iraq forces retake key town on Mosul southern front

- Iraqi forces retook a key town from the Islamic State group Monday, a crucial objective on the southern front of the offensive to wrest back the city of Mosul.

Noodle shop bomb kills 1, wounds 18 in restive Thai south

Pattani - One person was killed and 18 others were wounded, some of them critically, when a bomb exploded outside a noodle shop in Thailand's far south, police and witnesses said Monday.

More than 300 dead in southern Haiti from hurricane: senator

Port-au-prince - Hurricane Matthew killed more than 300 people as it smashed through southern Haiti, a senator from the region said.Senator Herve Fourcand said that figure is still preliminary, as some areas hit by the powerful storm are still inaccessible.

School security guard gunned down in tense Thai south

Bangkok - A security volunteer was gunned down by suspected rebels while guarding a primary school in Thailand's insurgency-plagued south, police said Thursday.

Inquest finds Thai forces killed four unarmed Muslims: lawyer

Bangkok - An inquest has ruled that security forces gunned down four unarmed Muslim men in Thailand's conflict-hit south, a lawyer said Wednesday, a rare finding that could pave the way for landmark prosecutions of state officials.

Inquest finds Thai forces killed four unarmed Muslims: lawyer

Bangkok - An inquest has ruled that security forces gunned down four unarmed Muslim men in Thailand's conflict-hit south, a lawyer said Wednesday, a rare finding that could pave the way for landmark prosecutions of state officials.

Bomb at Thai school kills three including four-year-old

Narathiwat - A four-year-old girl and her father were among three people killed Tuesday when a bomb hidden in a motorcycle's fuel tank exploded outside a school in Thailand's insurgency-plagued south.

Thai rights activists charged over report on army torture

Bangkok - Three prominent Thai rights defenders were charged Tuesday with criminal defamation over a rare report describing torture suffered by detainees in the restive south, police said.

Yemen launches southern operation against Qaeda militants

Aden - Yemeni forces backed by air power from a Saudi-led Arab coalition launched an operation Saturday to drive Al-Qaeda fighters out of a southern provincial capital, military officials said.

Southern Libya could be new frontier for IS: Experts

Paris - A potentially critical conflict has gone largely unnoticed in southern Libya yet could open up a gateway to sub-Saharan Africa for the Islamic State group, analysts say.

Thai car bomb injures seven in rebellious south

Bangkok - A car bomb detonated outside an urban police station in Thailand's restive south Saturday, injuring at least seven people and offering a reminder of the region's simmering violence as the ruling junta eyes full peace talks with the insurgents.

Tribes kill 21 Shiite rebels in south Yemen: local official

Aden - At least 21 Yemeni Shiite rebels were killed Friday when residents in a tribal southern region opened fire at their vehicles, a local official and witnesses told AFP.

Dozen wounded as car bomb rips through southern Thai town

Narathiwat - Around a dozen people were wounded when a car bomb detonated by remote control ripped through a karaoke bar in Thailand's Muslim-majority deep south on Friday, officials told AFP.

Pakistan police arrest five Al-Qaeda suspects

Karachi - Pakistan police have arrested five suspected members of Al-Qaeda's newly formed South Asia chapter in the southern city of Karachi, officials said Friday.
  1 2 3 4 Next»

Set up a news alert for

South


South Image

People go about their travels in cars and on motorbikes along the main road that heads towards Malay...
People go about their travels in cars and on motorbikes along the main road that heads towards Malaysia from the Thai border town of Sungei Golok.
George Wallace showed his defiance of federal law by blocking desegregation in Alabama.
George Wallace showed his defiance of federal law by blocking desegregation in Alabama.
YouTube
The flag of the new Republic of South Sudan.
The flag of the new Republic of South Sudan.
Wikimedia Commons
The ending of the Fan Dance.
The ending of the Fan Dance.
The annual Carolina Cup held in Camden South Carolina each spring  features both steeple chase and f...
The annual Carolina Cup held in Camden South Carolina each spring, features both steeple chase and flat horse races.
Thai police perform security checks on bags inside the entrance to Sungai Golok Railway Station.
Thai police perform security checks on bags inside the entrance to Sungai Golok Railway Station.
A map of southern Sudan showing the region wishing to secede from the north.
A map of southern Sudan showing the region wishing to secede from the north.
Wikipedia
The exhibition Voices of Civil Rights documents events during the Civil Rights Movement in the Unite...
The exhibition Voices of Civil Rights documents events during the Civil Rights Movement in the United States.
Library of Congress
The train track running through Conway  South Carolina following the Waccama River.
The train track running through Conway, South Carolina following the Waccama River.
North Korea s leader  Kim Jong Un
North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un
Marcos Castillo/YouTube
One tail gate stepped it up a notch with a portable propane grill for their grilling pleasure.
One tail gate stepped it up a notch with a portable propane grill for their grilling pleasure.
Peaceufl student demonstration in Pretoria
Peaceufl student demonstration in Pretoria
The annual Carolina Cup held in Camden South Carolina each spring  features both steeple chase and f...
The annual Carolina Cup held in Camden South Carolina each spring, features both steeple chase and flat horse races.
The South Korean destroyer Munmu the Great  a Korean king of the 7th Century.
The South Korean destroyer Munmu the Great, a Korean king of the 7th Century.
Wikipedia

Latest News
Top News