Major success for Saudi anti-corruption campaign; Crown Prince Mohammed

Major success for Saudi anti-corruption campaign; Crown Prince Mohammed

Riyadh: Saudi Crown Prince, Mohammed Bin Salman announced that the anti-corruption campaign undertaken against the senior members of the Saudi Arabian royal family and leading industrialists was hugely successful. Saudi announced that $107 billion were recovered through this campaign. Crown Prince Mohammed initiated the campaign against the Saudi billionaires on 4th of November 2017. The […]

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Tension in Bangladesh as former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia gets five years imprisonment, after being convicted for corruption

Tension in Bangladesh as former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia gets five years imprisonment, after being convicted for corruption

Dhaka : Opposition leader and the former Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Khaleda Zia, has been convicted in the corruption case and sentenced to five years imprisonment by the Special court. The general elections in Bangladesh will be conducted at the end of this year. Khaleda Zia’s Bangladesh National Party (BNP), who had boycotted the last […]

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Saudi princes detained under charges of corruption are being tortured, UK daily’s sensational claim

Saudi princes detained under charges of corruption are being tortured, UK daily’s sensational claim

London: An UK daily has made a sensational claim that the torture of Saudi Arabia’s princes, arrested over the charges of corruption are still being continued. The report states that this torture is being carried out by a private company named Blackwater who undertake security related contracts. However, Blackwater has refuted this claim. Three weeks […]

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Anti-government protests intensify in Iraq; government employees on strike, teachers, support by shutting schools

Anti-government protests intensify in Iraq; government employees on strike, teachers, support by shutting schools

Baghdad: The protests called by the Iraqi people against the government of Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi began on Sunday. In the firing by the Iraqi security agencies, a protester was killed, and more than 30 people were rendered injured. Therefore, the protesters blocked the third famous bridge on the Tigris river and started advancing towards […]

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US will involve itself in the Libyan conflict if Russia interferes, warns US Department of State  

US will involve itself in the Libyan conflict if Russia interferes, warns US Department of State  

Washington: – US Department of State warned ‘Russia is taking undue advantage of the conflict between the government and rebels in Libya. Russia should keep out of the conflict. Otherwise, the United States will have to get involved in the conflict, in support of the Libyan government.’ Libya is an oil-rich country and the soldiers […]

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Strong grip of Chinese communist party on the Chinese defence forces is mandatory, claims President Xi Jinping

Strong grip of Chinese communist party on the Chinese defence forces is mandatory, claims President Xi Jinping

Beijing: While appealing to the defence forces to be prepared for any war and new challenges, President Xi Jinping reiterated that the ruling communist party needs to have a strong grip on the defence forces. Since the last few years, President Jinping is appealing to the defence forces to be loyal to the Chinese communist […]

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Protests in Baghdad fester, 15 killed and more than 800 injured

Protests in Baghdad fester, 15 killed and more than 800 injured

Baghdad: 14 protestors and one policeman were killed in the protests being held in Baghdad since the last three days. The discontent brewing in the Iraqi population against the Adel Abdul Mahdi government erupted, and the people are protesting, defying the curfew imposed. There was a bomb blast in the Green Zone of Baghdad, but […]

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UN passes the Afghanistan resolution, a jolt to Chinese BAR

UN passes the Afghanistan resolution, a jolt to Chinese BAR

United Nations: The United Nations has omitted the trillion-dollar Belt and Road (BAR) project, from the development program planned for Afghanistan. The United Nations passed the proposal after a face-off between the United States and China, in the UN Security Council. BAR is an ambitious trillion-dollar Chinese plan. Under this plan, the cities in eastern […]

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