62 Al Shabab terrorists killed in the US air attacks in Somalia; second major operation in three months

62 Al Shabab terrorists killed in the US air attacks in Somalia; second major operation in three months

Mogadishu/Washington: 62 terrorists have been killed in the six air attacks carried out by the United States in just 48 hours. This is the second major operation undertaken by the United States against Al Shabab in the last three months. Only last week, the United States restarted its embassy in Somalia. This becomes the first […]

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Indian announces financial aid of $1.4 billion to the Maldives, caught in the Chinese debt trap

Indian announces financial aid of  $1.4 billion to the Maldives, caught in the Chinese debt trap

New Delhi: India has announced financial aid of  $1.4 billion, for the Maldives, trapped under the burden of the Chinese debt. Along with this, four memorandums of understanding (MoU) have been signed between India and Maldives. This announcement was made after bilateral talks between Maldives President Solih, currently on his India visit and Indian Prime […]

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Pakistan issues summons to the Iranian Ambassador following the conflict on the Pakistan-Iran border

Pakistan issues summons to the Iranian Ambassador following the conflict on the Pakistan-Iran border

Islamabad: Six Pakistani soldiers were killed in the explosion of the explosives planted by the Iranian terrorists at the Pakistan border. Pakistan has expressed strong displeasure over the matter and has summoned the Iranian Ambassador. Iran had levelled accusations in the past, that terrorists from Pakistan are intruding into Iran and carrying out attacks. This […]

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The US will lose its Naval might due to Russian and Chinese missiles; warns US Study group

The US will lose its Naval might due to Russian and Chinese missiles; warns US Study group

Washington: A study group linked to the US government has warned ‘Although the United States is known to have the largest and the strongest navy, there is a major threat to the US Navy from Russia and China. The US navy will lose its might because of the anti-warship missiles of these two adversaries.’  The […]

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Two Canadian nationals arrested in China after action against Huawei; China-Canada relations deteriorate further

Two Canadian nationals arrested in China after action against Huawei; China-Canada relations deteriorate further

Beijing/Ottawa: The Chinese agencies have arrested former Canadian diplomat, Michael Keurig and industrialist, Michael Spavor. Chinese foreign ministry spokesman, Lu Kang informed that they were detained because of their activities threatening the Chinese security. Only four days ago, China had warned that Canada should be ready to face the repercussions unless the Huawei executive director, […]

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US warns Turkey against attacks on Kurdish rebels in Syria

US warns Turkey against attacks on Kurdish rebels in Syria

Washington: The dispute between the United States and Turkey, two NATO members is still not over regarding the Kurds in Syria. Turkish President Recep Erdogan had announced for action against the Kurdish rebels in Syria and had already ordered more than 10,000 soldiers to prepare for it. The US Defence Department has declared that any […]

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US House passes resolution against the Russia-Germany fuel pipeline

US House passes resolution against the Russia-Germany fuel pipeline

Washington/Moscow: The US Housemade an aggressive demand ‘The ambitious Nord Stream-2 fuel pipeline being built between Russia and Germany will prove detrimental for the fuel security of Europe, and therefore the US President should ban it.’ The House of Representatives of the US passed an independent resolution and also accused that this is an attempt […]

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US F-35s to be deployed on Japanese warships to counter the Chinese aggression

US F-35s to be deployed on Japanese warships to counter the Chinese aggression

Tokyo: The unilateral Chinese activities in the East China Sea, South China Sea and the Pacific Ocean are adding to the concerns of Japan. Japan has adopted an aggressive policy and has indicated deployment of fighter jets on its aircraft carrier. The Japanese government has approved transformation of the existing helicopter carrier class ship in […]

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The UN’s deal on migration crisis once again brings differences among the European countries on the anvil

The UN’s deal on migration crisis once again brings differences among the European countries on the anvil

Vienna: An agreement regarding migrants was passed in a special meeting of the United Nations held at Morocco in Africa. Only 164 countries attended the meeting out of the total 193. The absence of the United States and some European countries was the important feature of the meeting, and this also highlighted the differences among […]

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More than 550,000 killed in eight-year Syrian conflict, claims human rights organisation

More than 550,000 killed in eight-year Syrian conflict, claims human rights organisation

London: The civil war that flared up in Syria 2011 and the dreadful war that followed after that has claimed nearly 560,000 lives till date. A London-based Syrian human rights organisation had published the report. The human rights organisation has clarified that the figure does not include the 88,000 people killed in prisons of the […]

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