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UN ready to support Africa’s leap into history, says Guterres

United Nations, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has welcomed the singing of a continental free trade agreement in Africa that has created one of the world’s largest trading blocs with over 50 countries. “I congratulate...

Trump replaces McMaster as NSA with Bolton

Washington, US National security adviser HR McMaster has resigned and will be replaced by former US ambassador and Fox News analyst John Bolton, President Donald Trump has announced in a tweet. “I pleased to announce that, effective 4/9/18,...

Pak in favour of resolving diplomats ‘harassment row’ : Envoy

New Delhi, Amid diplomatic row over the alleged harassment of each other’s diplomats in respective countries, Pakistan High Commissioner to India, Sohail Mahmood, on Friday said that he has discussed the issue of alleged harassment of diplomats...

Is it possible to ‘safely’ Facebook anymore?

London, Should you delete Facebook account or is there a way to use the “free” social media platform without allowing it to make money off your personal data? An Euronews report has said the revelations that the Trump-linked political...

Trump set to announce China sanctions after IP probe

Washington, The Trump administration plans to announce sanctions against China on Thursday after determining that the country was encouraging the theft and transfer of intellectual property from US businesses, a BBC News report said. The White...

WHO responds to critical health needs of thousands of Syrians fleeing East Ghouta

Damascus, The World Health Organisation (WHO) is supporting the delivery of critical health care for Syrians fleeing the escalating violence in besieged East Ghouta. WHO has activated an emergency operations centre that works around the clock...

At least 26 dead in Kabul suicide attack

Kabul, At least 26 people have been killed and 18 wounded in a suspected suicide bomb attack near a shrine in the Afghan capital Kabul, officials say. Initial reports suggest the bomber attacked a crowd of hundreds of people who had gathered...

Nineteen dead in bus accident in Philippines

Manila, In central Philippines, nineteen people were killed and 21 others injured on Wednesday when a passenger bus lost control and plunged off a cliff, Channel News Asia reported. The police said the bus was coming to Manila. It skidded off...