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Shinzo Abe's body arrives in Tokyo, funeral tomorrow

Tokyo: The body of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrived at his home city, Tokyo, on Saturday, a day after he was fatally assassinated dur...


Japan's ruling coalition heading for victory in Parliamentary polls

Prime minister Fumio Kishida’s ruling coalition is heading for a clear victory in elections for Japan’s upper house of Parliament, presenting a histor...


Twitter hires top legal firm to sue Elon Musk for ending 44 billion dollar deal

Twitter is contemplating legal action against Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk over his decision to terminate a 44 billion dollar takeover deal. The mic...


Sri Lankan parties agree to form all-party govt after President's resignation

Colombo: Sri Lanka's main opposition parties have agreed to form an all-party interim government after the resignation of President Gotabaya Rajapaksa...


Sri Lankan crisis: Protesters set PM Ranil Wickremesinghe's residence on fire

Protesters on Saturday set the private residence of Sri Lankan prime minister on fire in Colombo, multiple media reports said.A mob stormed into Sri L...


Russia vetoes UN resolution extending cross-border aid to Syria

New York: Russia on Friday vetoed a UN Security Council resolution that would have extended cross-border aid to Syria by one year without Damascus’s b...


Sri Lanka police fire tear gas at anti-government protesters

Colombo: Sri Lankan police fired tear gas Saturday at protesters demanding that President Gotabaya Rajapaksa and his government resign over the island...


US, Chinese foreign ministers hold first talks since October

Nusa Dua, Indonesia: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi met on Saturday for the first in-person talks since Oct...


Biden signs executive order on abortion access

Washington: US President Joe Biden has signed an executive order on abortion access, as the issue continues to divide the society.Friday’s move came t...


90-member task force to probe Shinzo Abe's murder case

Tokyo: Police in Japan have said that a 90-member task force will be set up to investigate the murder case of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who di...


Elon Musk terminates deal to buy Twitter

Elon Musk, the chief executive officer of Tesla and the world's richest person, said yesterday that he was terminating his 44 billion dollar deal to b...


Rishi Sunak announces bid to succeed Boris Johnson as Prime Minister of UK

Former British Finance Minister Rishi Sunak yesterday launched his bid to become the next UK prime minister following Boris Johnson's resignation the ...


Indefinite curfew imposed across Colombo ahead of rally today

An indefinite curfew was imposed across Sri Lanka's capital yesterday and the military has been placed on alert ahead of a rally today demanding the o...


India-China bilateral relations show momentum of recovery: Wang Yi

India-China bilateral relations have generally shown a recovery momentum as the two countries have maintained communication and exchanges and effectiv...


Goodbye Shinzo Abe! QUAD leaders mourn death of Japanese leader

New York: Leaders of India, Australia and the US - countries that make up the Quad with Japan - expressed shock at the assassination of former Japanes...


Hajj pilgrims leave Arafat for final phases

Arafat: About a million worshippers have begun moving back to Mina through Muzdalifah in preparation for the final stages of their Hajj after earlier ...


Peace negotiations between, Russia, Ukraine to get more difficult with time: Putin

Moscow: Russian President Vladimir Putin said his country is open to peace talks, but the negotiations with Ukraine will get more difficult with time ...


7 kids die after attempting deadly 'blackout challenge' on TikTok

San Francisco: At least seven kids, under age 15, have lost their lives owing to the infamous ‘blackout challenge’ on Chinese short-video making app T...


Former Japanese PM Shinzo Abe shot during speech

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was shot at while he was delivering a speech in the western city of Nara this morning. Mr. Abe collapsed on ...


US imposes sanctions on network of Chinese, Emirati and others dealing with petroleum

The United States has imposed sanctions on a network of Chinese, Emirati, and other companies that it accused of helping to deliver and sell Iranian p...


6.26 million people in Sri Lanka are food insecure: WFP Report

The World Food Programme, in its latest report, said that 6.26 million people in Sri Lanka are food insecure. WFP further said, it targets three milli...


Hajj pilgrims in Mina ahead of big day at Mount Arafat

Mina: Up to a million Muslim worshippers traveled on Thursday from the Grand Mosque in Makkah to a vast encampment in the Mina Valley as the Hajj pilg...


Elon Musk is father of twins that one of his executives had in 2021: report

Tesla CEO Elon Musk had twins in November 2021 with a top executive of his artificial intelligence company, Nueralink. As per reports, Musk and his em...


Hong Kong suspends flight bans as it eases Covid-19 rules

Hong Kong: Hong Kong has suspended a rule that banned individual flights for bringing in passengers infected with the COVID-19 virus, as it caused “un...


346 children killed in Ukraine since beginning of war

Kiev: Since Russia began its ongoing invasion of Kiev on February 24, at least 346 children have been killed in Ukraine.In its latest update on Thursd...


Five-day annual Haj pilgrimage commences today in Saudi Arabia

Makkah: The five-day annual Haj pilgrimage commences today in Saudi Arabia. More than 79 thousand pilgrims from India are participating in this year's...


Britain's financial services minister John Glen resign

London: Britain's financial services minister John Glen resigned on Wednesday in protest against Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Glen said in his letter...


Russian forces launches massive shelling on Ukraine's Sloviansk

Russian forces launched massive shelling yesterday on Sloviansk in eastern Ukraine. Local media reports that the city’s Mayor Vadim Lyakh said, Moscow...


Today is World Kiswahili Language Day

World Kiswahili Language Day is being celebrated today. World Kiswahili Day is celebrated on the 7th of July every year following a declaration by UNE...


Hajj rituals will start from tomorrow

Makkah: Hajj rituals will start from tomorrow. For the first time since the corona virus, one million pilgrims will be blessed, including eight and a ...

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