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UNHCR sends flood relief supplies to Libya

The UNHCR has said it had sent relief supplies to Libya to aid its response to the deadly floods that swept its eastern region.In the past two days, t...


Saudi Arabia launches crackdown on illegal residents

Saudi security authorities have intensified their efforts in a week-long crackdown on illegal residents, resulting in the arrest of over 15,000 indivi...


7 Republican candidates to clash in 2nd presidential debate tomorrow

Washington: The Republican National Committee (RNC) has announced that seven candidates, excluding former US President Donald Trump, are set to clash ...


US says ‘deeply concerned’ on Trudeau’s allegations over Nijjar killing

Washington: The US has reiterated that it was “deeply concerned” by the allegations levelled by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over the involv...


6.6-magnitude quake hits Philippines

Manila: An offshore earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.6 rocked the Davao Occidental province in the southern Philippines on Tuesday, author...


Trudeau calls act to honour Nazi veteran in Canadian Parliament 'deeply embarrassing'

Ottawa: Following the act of honouring a former Nazi soldier in Canada’s parliament, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday said that the de...


North Korea allows foreigners to enter country starting Monday

North Korea announced foreigners would be allowed to enter the country starting Monday. According to a report by China’s state broadcaster CCTV. visit...


South Korea to stage its first large-scale military parade in decade on Tuesday

South Korea will stage its first large-scale military parade in a decade on Tuesday, with weapons ranging from ballistic missiles to attack helicopter...


Israeli airstrikes struck militant sites in Gaza for third straight day

Israeli airstrikes struck militant sites in Gaza for the third straight day, yesterday. According to the Israeli military, initially, Palestinian mili...


Mexico makes agreement with US to deport migrants from its border

Amid the surge in number of migrants at the Mexican border, Mexico has made an agreement with the United States to deport migrants from its border.&nb...


85 new cases of Pink Eye infection reported in Pakistan’s Lahore

Lahore: As many as 85 new cases of conjunctivitis, commonly known as Pink Eye, have been reported in Pakistan’s Lahore within the past 24 hours, ARY N...


Russian airstrikes kill 2, wound 3 in Ukraine as war enters 20th month

Kyiv: Russian airstrikes on Sunday killed two people and wounded three others in southern Ukraine’s Kherson province, the region’s governor reported o...


35 killed in Benin after massive fire erupts at illegal fuel depot

Porto Novo: A fire in a commercial building south of Benin’s capital has killed at least 35 people, authorities said, as they started an investigation...


Biden administration poised to allow Israeli citizens to travel to US without US visa

Washington: The Biden administration is poised to admit Israel this week into an exclusive club that will allow its citizens to travel to the United S...


One policeman & 3 gunmen die during siege of Serbian Orthodox monastery in Banjska village

One policeman and three of the gunmen were killed during a siege of a Serbian Orthodox monastery in Banjska village, yesterday. The deadly stand-off t...


France to pull its soldiers out of Niger

France has said that it will pull its soldiers out of Niger following a July coup in the West African country. French President Emmanuel Macron said, ...


European Commission asks Poland for clarification amid reports of alleged cash-for-visas scandal

The European Commission has sent a letter to Poland asking for clarifications amid reports of an alleged cash-for-visas scandal. According to these re...


Picasso’s painting worth Rs 995 crore to be on display in Dubai

Pablo Picasso‘s 1934 oil painting, Femme a la Montre, which translates to “Woman in Watch”, will be on display in Dubai for its first solo exhibition ...


Indian High Commission in London launches ‘Home Away from Home’ for students

London: Aiming to help the Indian students arriving in the United Kingdom for the September 2023 intake for higher studies, the Indian High Commission...


Hijabi student files United Nation complaint after being expelled from France school

A Muslim girl in France has filed a complaint with the United Nations (UN) after she was expelled from her school for wearing the abaya— the loose-fit...


Video of Palestinian doctor attempts to save son shot by Israeli forces

A heart-wrenching video of a Palestinian father who attempted to save his son after he was shot at by Israeli forces during a raid in the northern occ...


External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar holds discussions with his counterparts from QUAD countries in New York

New York: External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar held discussions with his counterparts from QUAD countries in New York yesterday. The Minister is ...


G4 countries call for expansion of UN Security Council

The G4 countries - India, Brazil, Japan and Germany, have reiterated that expansion of UN Security Council in both permanent and non-permanent categor...


At least 45 Children sick due to gases emanating from volcanoes Taal in Philippines

In the Philippines, at least 45 children have reportedly fallen sick due to the gases emanating from one of the world's smallest volcanoes, Taal. It i...


Ukrainian missile and two drones shot down near coast of Crimea, says Russia

Russia's Defence Ministry has said that a Ukrainian missile and two drones have been shot down near the coast of Crimea on Friday. The statement came ...


18 Indian Seafarers Stranded in Yemen Now Safe in Aden

In a positive development, 18 Indian seafarers who endured weeks of uncertainty while stranded in Yemen have been successfully rescued and are current...


US in communication with India on Canada's allegations: White House

Washington: The United States is in communication with India on Canada's allegations that New Delhi was potentially involved in the killing of a Sikh ...


No place for hate, aggression in country: Canada says amid online threats to Hindus

Toronto: Canada on Friday said that acts of aggression, hate, intimidation or incitement of fear have no place in the country amid the circulation of ...


Long queues at Apple store in Dubai Mall as iPhone 15 sales begin

Hundreds of people queued in front of Apple store in Dubai Mall to be the first to buy the much-awaited iPhone 15 series as it officially initiated th...


Japan struck by 5.6 magnitude earthquake

Tokyo: A 5.6 magnitude quake jolted southeast of Honshu in Japan, the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences said.The temblor that hit the region ...

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