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6 killed in plane crash in Macedonia

6 killed in plane crash in Macedonia

In Macedonia, four Italians and two nationals of Kosovo died in a plane crash near the capital Skopje. The Head of the National Public Security Bureau...

India will be late by 50 years in achieving education goals: UNESCO

India will be late by 50 years in achieving education goals: UNESCO

India will be half a century late in achieving its global education commitments and the country needs fundamental changes in the education system if i...

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World's oldest cricketer Lindsay Tuckett passes away

Cricket South Africa (CSA) has paid rich tribute to the world's oldest cricketer, Lindsay Tuckett, who passed away in Bloemfontein  at the age of...

Muslim women wear veil to integrate into modern society:study

Muslim women wear veil to integrate into modern society:study

Muslim women who are young and educated choose to wear the veil as it is their means to integrate into modern society, according to a latest study con...

Half-Indian crowned Miss Japan

Half-Indian crowned Miss Japan

A half-Indian beauty queen with an elephant trainer's license was crowned Miss Japan today, striking a fresh blow for racial equality.Priyanka Yoshika...

Obama cancels meeting after Philippines

Obama cancels meeting after Philippines' President calls him 'son of a bitch'

President Barack Obama called off a planned meeting today with new Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, seeking distance from a US ally's leader duri...

At least 23 prisoners killed in Ethiopia

At least 23 prisoners killed in Ethiopia

In Ethiopia, at least 23 inmates have died after a fire at an Ethiopian prison where anti-government protesters are reportedly being held. A gove...

UK appoints ambassador to Iran

UK appoints ambassador to Iran

The UK has appointed an ambassador to Iran for the first time since 2011, as part of its aims for more productive co-operation. The Foreign Offic...

UN Security Council to discuss North Korea missile launches

UN Security Council to discuss North Korea missile launches

The United Nations Security Council will discuss the latest missile launches by North Korea in a closed-door meeting today at the request of the Unite...

North Korea fires three ballistic missiles

North Korea fires three ballistic missiles

North Korea fired three ballistic missiles off its east coast today, Seoul said, a new show of force that comes as top world leaders meet at the G20 s...

South Sudan agrees to accept 4,000 more UN peacekeepers

South Sudan agrees to accept 4,000 more UN peacekeepers

The government of South Sudan agreed today to accept 4,000 extra peace-keepers in a bid to avoid an arms embargo threatened by the United Nations Secu...

Hurricane Hermine hits Florida, US

Hurricane Hermine hits Florida, US

Hurricane Hermine, the first to hit Florida in a decade, has killed one person and caused severe damage along the state's northern Gulf Coast. As th...

15 people killed in a bomb attack in Philipines

15 people killed in a bomb attack in Philipines

In Phillipines, at least 15 people have been killed and over 69 injured in a bomb attack in the home city of President Rodrigo Duterte. President Ro...

7.1 magnitude earthquake hits  New Zealand

7.1 magnitude earthquake hits New Zealand

Residents of a small community on the east coast of New Zealand's North Island have been asked to evacuate after a severe earthquake at sea. Civil d...

Trump failed his first foreign test: Hillary Clinton

Trump failed his first foreign test: Hillary Clinton

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has failed in his first foreign policy test, his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton said as the real esta...

Foreign ministry confirms 13 indians test positive for Zika in Singapore

Foreign ministry confirms 13 indians test positive for Zika in Singapore

Foreign ministry confirmed on Thursday that 13 of its nationals had tested positive for the Zika virus in Singapore, after an outbreak of the mosqui...

Logistics pact will make military operations more efficient: Pentagon

Logistics pact will make military operations more efficient: Pentagon

The key logistics defence pact signed between India and the US earlier this week, will make joint military operations between the two countries more...

Arrest Warrant issued for former Maldives President Mohammed Nasheed

Arrest Warrant issued for former Maldives President Mohammed Nasheed

In Maldives, an arrest warrant has been issued against former President, Mohamed Nasheed, by a criminal court. Police, in a statement, on Tuesday, s...

Brazilian Senate removes President Dilma Rousseff from Office

Brazilian Senate removes President Dilma Rousseff from Office

Brazil's Senate has removed President, Dilma Rousseff, from the office for breaking budgetary laws. This ends an impeachment process that polarized ...

Bangladesh SC rejects review petition against death sentence to Mir Quasem

Bangladesh SC rejects review petition against death sentence to Mir Quasem

The Supreme Court of Bangladesh  rejected the review petition of death convict war criminal and Jamaat-e-Islami top leader Mir Quasem. A five-...

Chinese official media attacks PM Modi for Balochistan remarks

Chinese official media attacks PM Modi for Balochistan remarks

A state-run Chinese daily today cried foul over India's move to extend enhanced compensation for victims of terror to people of Pakistan-occupied Kash...

Several dead, wounded in blast at Chinese embassy in Kyrgyzstan

Several dead, wounded in blast at Chinese embassy in Kyrgyzstan

A car exploded near the Chinese embassy in Kyrgyzstan on Tuesday, killing its driver and wounding three people, the healthcare ministry said.The GKNB ...

Antonio Guterres leads race to become next UN Secretary-General

Antonio Guterres leads race to become next UN Secretary-General

Former Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Guterres still leads the race to become the next United Nations Secretary-General after a third UN Security C...

Part of Los Angeles airport briefly closed

Part of Los Angeles airport briefly closed

Part of Los Angeles International Airport was briefly closed today after loud noises were heard that sounded like gunfire, possibly caused by a man dr...

Strong 6.9 earthquake strikes in mid-Atlantic: USGS

Strong 6.9 earthquake strikes in mid-Atlantic: USGS

A strong 6.9-magnitude earthquake struck north of Ascension Island in the mid-Atlantic early Monday, the US Geological Survey said, though there were ...

'145-years-old' Indonesian man may be world's oldest person

An Indonesian man who claims to be an incredible 145 years old may be the oldest person in the world ever.According to the documents recognised by Ind...

NASA ends year long Mars simulation on Hawaii

NASA ends year long Mars simulation on Hawaii

NASA has ended its year long Mars simulation on Hawaii. A team of six people have completed a Mars simulation in Hawaii, where they lived in near isol...

Worms found in burgers from two Kentucky McDonald

Worms found in burgers from two Kentucky McDonald's restaurants

At least two people have reported finding worms in food from McDonald’s restaurants in two Kentucky communities.Mayfield resident Madison Stephens tel...

Ban burkini across France if elected to presidency: Nicolas Sarkozy

Ban burkini across France if elected to presidency: Nicolas Sarkozy

Nicolas Sarkozy said on Thursday he would impose a nationwide ban on burkinis if elected back to the presidency in 2017, positioning himself as a stro...

Carter, Parrikar to meet at Pentagon on Aug 29

Carter, Parrikar to meet at Pentagon on Aug 29

Defence Secretary Ashton Carter would host his Indian counterpart Manohar Parrikar at the Pentagon on Monday, weeks after India was designated as a ma...

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Which men's cricket team will reach in the semifinal of ICC World Cup 2019?

Australia
India
England