Pakistan summons British High Commissioner over Cameron’s comments

By Andy Rice 2 August 2010

The Pakistani foreign minister, Shah Mehmood Qureshi, has summoned Britain's High Commissioner over comments that the British Prime Minister made about Pakistan's attitude to terrorism. Adam Thompson was called in today after Cameron said that Pakistan could no longer look both ways by tolerating terrorism while demanding respect as a democracy. To make things worse, the comments were made during Cameron's visit to India, a move which infuriated Pakistan. Read more: The Guardian



State Capture

Ramaphosa: SSA’s Arthur Fraser precipitated constitutional crisis

By Marianne Thamm

There are more skin cancer cases related to tanning beds than there are lung cancer cases to smoking.