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French President Hollande urges Britain

French President Hollande urges Britain's new PM to begin Brexit negotiations

French President Francois Hollande has urged Britain's new Prime Minister Theresa May to quickly begin talks on the country's divorce from the Europea...

China releases white paper to refute SCS tribunal verdict

China releases white paper to refute SCS tribunal verdict

China today released a white paper against the verdict by a UN-backed tribunal that struck down its "historical rights" in the South China Sea, insist...

Russia offers nuclear-powered aircraft carrier to India

Russia offers nuclear-powered aircraft carrier to India

Russia has offered to sell a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier to India, which competes with China for supremacy in the Indian Ocean region. The offer ...

British PM David Cameroon to tender his resignation today

British PM David Cameroon to tender his resignation today

British Prime Minister, David Cameron, will tender his resignation to the Queen today. Mr. Cameron chaired his final cabinet meeting yesterday. T...

Court ruling on South China Sea final: US

Court ruling on South China Sea final: US

United States said a court ruling that China has no historic title over the waters of the South China Sea should be treated as final and binding and s...

Theresa May to become woman PM of Britain tomorrow

Theresa May to become woman PM of Britain tomorrow

Britain’s Home Secretary Theresa May will become the prime minister who leads the country into Brexit after her rival in the race to succeed David Cam...

Gunmen kills two law enforcement officers in US

Gunmen kills two law enforcement officers in US

In US, a gunman killed two law enforcement officers at a courthouse in the State of Michigan. The gunman was later gunned down by other officers.Berri...

South Sudan

South Sudan's President orders ceasefire after days of fighting

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir has ordered a ceasefire after days of intense fighting in capital Juba left number of people dead and many more inj...

Football legend Pele marrying for third time at 75

Football legend Pele marrying for third time at 75

Brazil football legend Pele is getting married Tuesday for the third time, tying the knot with his girlfriend of six years Marcia Cibele Aoki.Pele, 75...

Bin Laden

Bin Laden's son threatens revenge for father's assassination

The son of slain al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden has threatened revenge against the United States for assassinating his father, according to an audio ...

6.4 magnitude earthquake hits Ecuador

6.4 magnitude earthquake hits Ecuador's northwest coast

A shallow earthquake with a magnitude of 6.4 struck Ecuador's northwest coast. US Geological Survey (USGS) said on Sunday's quake was centred near the...

Shinzo Abe claims landslide victory in Japan elections

Shinzo Abe claims landslide victory in Japan elections

In Japan, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling coalition has secured landslide victory in the elections to the Upper House of Parliament. The Liberal De...

Switzerland enforces Burqa ban

Switzerland enforces Burqa ban

A ban on burqas has been enforced in Switzerland’s Italian-speaking Ticino region with anyone wearing a full face veil being subjected to fines. ...

Bill introduced in US to prevent Indian companies from hiring H-1B

Bill introduced in US to prevent Indian companies from hiring H-1B

A bipartisan group of two US lawmakers has introduced in the House of Representatives a legislation, which if passed by the Congress would prevent I...

Nato summit: Obama expects UK to  continue Europe security role

Nato summit: Obama expects UK to continue Europe security role

Barack Obama says the UK will remain a major contributor to European security despite its vote to leave the European Union, as Nato and EU nations s...

Red alert issued as typhoon

Red alert issued as typhoon 'Nepartak' approaches coast in China

China's State Oceanic Administration (SOA) has issued this year's first red alert, warning people of heavy havoc expected to be caused by typhoon Ne...

US expels two Russian diplomats over Moscow attack

US expels two Russian diplomats over Moscow attack

The US has expelled two Russian diplomats in response to an attack on an American diplomat in Moscow. Spokesman John Kirby said the two officials - ...

Obama to cut short his trip to Europe

Obama to cut short his trip to Europe

US President Barack Obama will cut short his four-day trip to Europe and return to Washington following the shooting deaths of five police officers ...

Four police officers killed by snipers in Dallas

Four police officers killed by snipers in Dallas

Four police officers were fatally shot and seven wounded by snipers in Dallas, authorities said, during one of many demonstrations held in cities ac...

UK launches preliminary trade talks with India post-Brexit

UK launches preliminary trade talks with India post-Brexit

The UK is launching its first trade mission since the vote to leave the EU, as Business Secretary Sajid Javid meets the Indian government in Delhi. ...

US State Department restarts Hillary Clinton email probe

US State Department restarts Hillary Clinton email probe

The US State Department will restart its investigation into Hillary Clinton's handling of classified material as Secretary of State. FBI said this w...

US police shootings of black men deeply troubling: Barack Obama

US police shootings of black men deeply troubling: Barack Obama

US President Barack Obama has said the fatal shootings of two black men by police in as many days are not isolated incidents and that all Americans ...

24 injured in explosion on Taiwan train

24 injured in explosion on Taiwan train

At least 24 people were injured in an explosion on a train in Taiwan's capital. Taiwan's premier Lin Chuan told reporters that It seemed somebody di...

India

India's 7.5 percent growth rate may be overstated: US

Underlining that India's 7.5 per cent growth rate may be "overstated", the US has said the Narendra Modi government has been "slow" to match its rhe...

Eid-ul-Fitr celebrates in US today

Eid-ul-Fitr celebrates in US today

The Moon Sighting Committee of America announced that in Chicago, New York, Washington, Atlanta in US and Toronto, Montreal, Ontario and in other ci...

FBI not to recommend criminal charges against Hillary Clinton

FBI not to recommend criminal charges against Hillary Clinton

In the United States, the FBI has announced it will not recommend criminal charges against Hillary Clinton over her use of private email while she w...

Two Muslims beaten outside New York mosque

Two Muslims beaten outside New York mosque

Two Muslim teenagers were beaten outside a New York City mosque by an attacker who shouted slurs at them, a rights group said on Monday, calling for p...

Coal dust kills 23000 per year in EU: Report

Coal dust kills 23000 per year in EU: Report

Lung-penetrating dust from coal-fired power plants in the European Union claims about 23,000 lives a year and racks up tens of billions of euros in he...

Donald Trump inspires Marvel

Donald Trump inspires Marvel's new villian

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is now an animated character in the latest Marvel comic book.The GOP frontrunner, 70, inspire...

Muslim doctor shot dead near Houston, US

Muslim doctor shot dead near Houston, US

A Muslim doctor headed for morning prayers on Sunday at a Houston mosque was shot in an attacked by three men, police said. The motive for the attack ...

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Mob lynching is continuously occurred in different parts of India. Is this threat to democracy?

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