A senior member of the governing African National Congress in South Africa has called on its entire leadership to step down, including president Jacob Zuma. Jackson Mthembu said everyone had to take collective responsibility for the chaos in the party, which he said,was behaving worse than the apartheid government.
Turkey says its forces in Iraq have taken part in offensive against so-called Islamist State near Mosul despite the Iraqi government rejection of their involvement. Ankara said its artillery has helped Kurdish Pershmerga forces battling IS militants near the camp of Bershika.
The top NATO commander in Afghanistan has criticized the leadership of the country's police and armed forces. General John Campbell said basic mistakes were contributing to high and rising casualty rates, especially among the police.
Ten months of political deadlock in Spain has been broken, clearing the way for Mariano Rajoy to be confirmed as prime minister. The opposition socialists have left their veto on a conservative minority government. And it's now probable Spain will have a new administration earlier next month.
The US senate subcommittee responsable for competition said it would hold a hearing later this year on the purchase of the media giant Time Warner by AT&T. A spokesman for the Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has also said there were a number of questions that needed scrutiny.
The leader of Hezbollah in Lebanon Hassan Nasrallah has said its movement's MPs will vote for the election of the former army commander Micheal Aung as president of the next parliamentary session. Lebanon has been without president for more than two years.
Officials in Haiti said there were still at least 150 prisoners on the run after a breakout from the jail in the north of the country. The Justice Ministry says it's investigating whether prison guards had assisted in the breakout.
They have been galvanised into collective action — militarily, politically and economically.
Young and old saw in him an implacable opponent of apartheid.
Despite his lack of experience, he got the job.
Women tend to personalise rejection more than men.
There are fears that the casualty toll may be higher.
The negotiations reached a deadlock after two hours.
The President promised a government open to public scrutiny.
A prisoner escaped one day after he was recaptured following a previous break-out.
1.A senior member of the governing African National Congress in South Africa has called on its entire leadership to step down.
The manager had to step down on account of poor health.
2.General John Campbell said basic mistakes were contributing to high and rising casualty rates, especially among the police.
Smoking is a major factor contribute to cancer.
3.Ten months of political deadlock in Spain has been broken, clearing the way for Mariano Rajoy to be confirmed as prime minister.
clear the way for扫清障碍
The enforcement of this law will clear the way for further reform.
4.Officials in Haiti said there were still at least 150 prisoners on the run after a breakout from the jail in the north of the country.
on the run奔逃；逃跑
Fifteen-year-old Danny is on the run from a local authority home.
南非执政党非洲国民大会一名高级成员要求整个领导班子下台，包括总统雅各布·祖马(Jacob Zuma)。杰克逊·姆坦布(Jackson Mthembu)表示，所有人应该为党内混乱负集体责任，他说，他们的表现比种族隔离的政府更加糟糕 。
北约驻阿富汗高级指挥官批评了这个国家的警察和军队领袖。坎贝尔(John Campbell)表示，根本性的错误导致伤亡率不断上升，尤其是在警察中间 。
西班牙为期十个月的政治僵局被打破，为拉霍伊(Mariano Rajoy)被确认为西班牙首相扫清了道路。反对派社会党的否决导致拉霍伊必须组建保守的少数派政府 。西班牙新政府很有可能下月初就会出炉 。
黎巴嫩真主党领袖哈桑·纳斯鲁拉(Hassan Nasrallah)表示，他们的议员将会在选举中投票支持前军事指挥官米歇尔·奥恩(Micheal Aung)在下届议会时担任总统。两年多来，黎巴嫩一直没有总统 。