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France hits Google, Facebook with 210 million euros in fines over cookies

Paris: French regulators have hit Google and Facebook with 210 million euros (237 million dollars) in fines over their use of cookies, the data used t...


US, Taiwan vow to help Lithuania in its dispute with China

United States and Taiwan have vowed to help Lithuania in its ongoing diplomatic and economic tiff with China over the issue of the de facto Taiwanese ...


Taiwan conducts F-16 fighter jets drill amid tensions with China

Chiayi: Taiwan air force jets screamed into sky on Wednesday in a drill simulating a war scenario, showing its combat readiness amid heightened milita...


Hong Kong bans flights from India

Hong Kong: Hong Kong announced strict new anti-coronavirus controls on Wednesday, banning flights from eight nations, shuttering bars and gyms and can...


Russia-led military alliance to send peacekeeping forces to Kazakhstan

Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), a Russia-led military alliance, has said, that it will dispatch peacekeeping forces to Kazakhstan afte...


US, Norway, UK and EU warn Sudanese military against appointing their own PM

The United States, Norway, Britain and the European Union have warned the Sudanese military against appointing their own prime minister, saying it wou...


North Korea has fired a ballistic missile into the sea

North Korea has fired a ballistic missile into the sea, South Korea's defence minister has said.The launch was first reported by the Japanese coast gu...


‘Snowdrop’ actor Kim Mi-soo dies at 31 on Wednesday

South Korean actor Kim Mi-soo, who featured in a supporting role in the currently on air K-drama “Snowdrop”, passed away on Wednesday. She was 31.Her ...


Japan leader promises boosters, new measures against Omicron

Tokyo: Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida vowed Tuesday to speed up coronavirus vaccine booster shots, secure imported supplies of drugs to treat CO...


Sporadic violence reported in Germany against Covid curbs

Berlin: Police in Germany have reported sporadic violence at demonstrations against the country’s pandemic restrictions, with one protester in the eas...


China further tightens grip on tech sector

China yesterday announced new rules for its tech sector in a move set to further tighten Beijing's grip over its sprawling technology sector. The Cybe...


India, Japan to celebrate 70 anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations this year

India and Japan will celebrate the 70th anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations this year. The two countries established diplomatic relat...


Health service under strain: Boris Johnson

London: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned on Monday that country’s health system will remain under strain for weeks amid current surge in co...


Pak ready to host SAARC Summit: Pak Foreign Minister

Islamabad: Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Monday that his country was ready to host the 19th SAARC Summit and India can join i...


21 abducted school kids rescued in northwestern Nigeria

Abuja: At least 21 schoolchildren in Nigeria have been rescued hours after they were abducted by armed groups in West African country’s troubled north...


6.0-magnitude earthquake hits eastern Taiwan

A strong earthquake struck off the coast of eastern Taiwan on Monday evening, in the capital Taipei but no immediate damage was reported, said Central...


Chinese President Xi Jinping calls party's 20th congress 'a major event in the political life of the party and the country'

Beijing: Chinese President Xi Jinping called the party's 20th congress "a major event in the political life of the party and the country" at the New Y...


Twitter permanently suspends US Congresswoman’s account for Covid misinformation

Washington: Twitter has permanently suspended an account of US Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Republican Representative from Georgia, for “...


Hospitalisation figures may better reflect Omicron severity: Dr Anthony Fauci

Washington: The number of hospitalisations due to the Omicron variant is a better measure to understand its severity than the traditional case-count o...


Thousands gather in Amsterdam despite demonstration ban

Amsterdam: Thousands of people in the Netherlands defied a ban on assembling and demonstrated Sunday against the Dutch government’s coronavirus lockdo...


Parents selling kids shows desperation of Afghanistan

Shedai Camp: In a sprawling settlement of mud brick huts in western Afghanistan housing people displaced by drought and war, a woman is fighting to sa...


Iran refuses to recognize Taliban govt until it is inclusive

Kabul: Iran on Sunday said that Tehran will not recognize the current Taliban government (Islamic Emirate) unless it’s inclusive.The Iranian Ambassado...


US suffers from continued flight chaos

Washington: More than 4,000 flights were cancelled globally in the past 24 hours, more than half of which were in the US, as new Covid-19 cases driven...


Anthony Blinken tells Taliban to reform their policies if they desire international recognition

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken has said that Taliban need to reform their policies if they desire international recognition. Addressing a media...


Sudan Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok announces resignation amid political deadlock

Sudan's Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok has announced his resignation amid political deadlock following a military coup that derailed the country’s frag...


South Africa parliament building in Cape Town catches fire

Cape Town: A large fire has severely damaged the Houses of Parliament in the city of Cape Town, South Africa. Video footage showed a plume of black sm...


US woman isolates for 3 hours in flight bathroom after testing Covid positive

New York: A US woman was quarantined in an aeroplane bathroom for three hours after testing positive for Covid-19 halfway through a flight from Chicag...


New Year celebrations remain subdued across the globe amid concern over Covid

New Year celebrations around the world remained subdued amid concern over Covid. Australia welcomed 2022 with fireworks but fewer crowds. In New Zeala...


Russia test-fires Tsirkon hypersonic cruise missiles from frigate, submarine

Russia test-fired around 10 new Tsirkon (Zircon) hypersonic cruise missiles from a frigate and two more from a submarine, Interfax news agency said ye...


Sanctions will cause complete breakdown in US-Russia relations: Vladimir Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned his US counterpart Joe Biden that imposing new sanctions over Ukraine could lead to a complete breakdown i...

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