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    US vetoes UN resolution denouncing violence against Palestinians

    Onlinedesk | Saturday, 02 June 2018 | read 177 times

    The United States vetoed on Friday a Kuwaiti-drafted UN Security Council resolution that condemned Israel's use of force against Palestinian civilians, underlining Washington's differences with friends and foes alike over the Israeli-Palestinian issue. Later, a second, US-drafted resolution that blamed Hamas for the violence and upheld Israel's right to defend itself failed to attract any other country's support when it was put to vote in the 15-member council. Blasting the council majority, ...details

    The United States vetoed on Friday a Kuwaiti-drafted UN Security Council resolution that condemned Israel's use of force against Palestinian civilians, underlining Washington's differences with friends and foes alike over the Israeli-Palestinian issue. Later, a second, US-drafted resolution that blamed Hamas for the violence and upheld Israel's right to defend itself ...details

    The United States vetoed on Friday a Kuwaiti-drafted UN Security Council resolution that condemned Israel's use of force against Palestinian ...details

    UN and Myanmar agree outline of Rohingya return deal

    Onlinedesk | Friday, 01 June 2018 | read 224 times

    The United Nations said on Thursday it had struck an outline deal with Myanmar aimed at eventually allowing hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims sheltering in Bangladesh to return safely and by choiceSince August 2017, about 700,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled a military crackdown in mainly Buddhist Myanmar, many reporting killings, rape and arson on a large scale, UN and other aid organisations have said. "Since the conditions are not conducive ...details

    The United Nations said on Thursday it had struck an outline deal with Myanmar aimed at eventually allowing hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims sheltering in Bangladesh to return safely and by choiceSince August 2017, about 700,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled a military crackdown in mainly Buddhist Myanmar, many reporting ...details

    The United Nations said on Thursday it had struck an outline deal with Myanmar aimed at eventually allowing hundreds of ...details

    Trump plays down chances of quick breakthrough as North Koreans bring letter

    Onlinedesk | Friday, 01 June 2018 | read 208 times

    US President Donald Trump on Thursday played down the chances of a quick deal to get North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons as a delegation from Pyongyang headed to meet him with a letter from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, suggesting a proposed summit may be back on. Trump told Reuters he was still hoping for an unprecedented meeting with Kim on June 12 in Singapore to push for ...details

    US President Donald Trump on Thursday played down the chances of a quick deal to get North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons as a delegation from Pyongyang headed to meet him with a letter from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, suggesting a proposed summit may be back on. Trump ...details

    US President Donald Trump on Thursday played down the chances of a quick deal to get North Korea to abandon ...details

    ‘I woke up and didn’t recognise my wife’

    Onlinedesk | Friday, 01 June 2018 | read 216 times

    Adam and Raquel Gonzales had been together for five years when he woke up one morning with no idea who she was - he had lost all memory of marrying her. But Raquel was determined to win him over again. One early morning in September 2016 Raquel walked into the living room in her pyjamas to find her husband looking at her with a puzzled expression. He spoke to her as ...details

    Adam and Raquel Gonzales had been together for five years when he woke up one morning with no idea who she was - he had lost all memory of marrying her. But Raquel was determined to win him over again. One early morning in September 2016 Raquel walked into the living ...details

    Adam and Raquel Gonzales had been together for five years when he woke up one morning with no idea who ...details

    Lithuania and Romania allowed US torture – European court

    Onlinedesk | Thursday, 31 May 2018 | read 187 times

    European judges have ruled that Lithuania and Romania violated the rights of two al-Qaeda terror suspects by helping the CIA to mistreat them. The US captured Abu Zubaydah and Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri after the September 2001 attacks in the US and they are now at the Guantanamo Bay prison. The CIA operated secret prisons, including in Lithuania and Romania. The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) said both countries had assisted US ill-treatment ...details

    European judges have ruled that Lithuania and Romania violated the rights of two al-Qaeda terror suspects by helping the CIA to mistreat them. The US captured Abu Zubaydah and Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri after the September 2001 attacks in the US and they are now at the Guantanamo Bay prison. The CIA operated ...details

    European judges have ruled that Lithuania and Romania violated the rights of two al-Qaeda terror suspects by helping the CIA ...details

    Arkady Babchenko: Ukraine staged fake murder of journalist

    Onlinedesk | Wednesday, 30 May 2018 | read 200 times

    Ukraine staged the murder of a Russian dissident journalist in Kiev on Tuesday in what it said was a sting operation to foil a Russian assassination plot. Arkady Babchenko sent shockwaves around the world when he arrived at a press conference on Wednesday, less than 24 hours after he was reported dead. The head of Ukraine's security services, Vasyl Hrytsak, said the elaborate sting was set up to catch hitmen paid by ...details

    Ukraine staged the murder of a Russian dissident journalist in Kiev on Tuesday in what it said was a sting operation to foil a Russian assassination plot. Arkady Babchenko sent shockwaves around the world when he arrived at a press conference on Wednesday, less than 24 hours after he was reported ...details

    Ukraine staged the murder of a Russian dissident journalist in Kiev on Tuesday in what it said was a sting ...details

    Myanmar should take lesson from Bangladesh’s religious harmony: PM

    online desk | Sunday, 06 May 2018 | read 214 times

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today suggested Myanmar to take lesson from the prevailing religious harmony in Bangladesh. "I think that Myanmar should take lesson from Bangladesh that how a country could be run by maintaining (traditional) religious harmony," she said. The prime minister was addressing a view-exchange meeting with the Buddhist religious leaders and distinguished persons of the community on the occasion of the Buddha Prurnima at her official Ganabhaban residence here ...details

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today suggested Myanmar to take lesson from the prevailing religious harmony in Bangladesh. "I think that Myanmar should take lesson from Bangladesh that how a country could be run by maintaining (traditional) religious harmony," she said. The prime minister was addressing a view-exchange meeting with the Buddhist religious ...details

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today suggested Myanmar to take lesson from the prevailing religious harmony in Bangladesh. "I think that Myanmar ...details

    16 British-Bangladeshis elected councillors in three London boroughs

    online desk | Friday, 04 May 2018 | read 221 times

    As many as 16 British-Bangladeshis have been elected councillors in the London boroughs of Camden, Croydon and Redbridge, as a huge number of Bangladesh-origin candidates ran in the local elections. The results of Thursday’s polls in the boroughs of Newham and Tower Hamlets were not announced until Friday afternoon. According to the results published so far, six Bangladesh-origin candidates won in Camden. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s niece Tulip Siddiq MP had been a ...details

    As many as 16 British-Bangladeshis have been elected councillors in the London boroughs of Camden, Croydon and Redbridge, as a huge number of Bangladesh-origin candidates ran in the local elections. The results of Thursday’s polls in the boroughs of Newham and Tower Hamlets were not announced until Friday afternoon. According to the ...details

    As many as 16 British-Bangladeshis have been elected councillors in the London boroughs of Camden, Croydon and Redbridge, as a ...details

    Military plane with 9 aboard crashes in Georgia, survivors unlikely

    online desk | Thursday, 03 May 2018 | read 194 times

    A Puerto Rico Air National Guard cargo plane crashed on Wednesday near Savannah, Georgia, scattering fiery debris over a highway and railroad tracks, and likely killing all nine people aboard, officials said. At least five were confirmed dead, a US official said on condition of anonymity, adding that the number of fatalities could rise. The Hercules C-130J aircraft went down about 11:30 am (1530 GMT), shortly after takeoff from the Savannah/Hilton Head ...details

    A Puerto Rico Air National Guard cargo plane crashed on Wednesday near Savannah, Georgia, scattering fiery debris over a highway and railroad tracks, and likely killing all nine people aboard, officials said. At least five were confirmed dead, a US official said on condition of anonymity, adding that the number of ...details

    A Puerto Rico Air National Guard cargo plane crashed on Wednesday near Savannah, Georgia, scattering fiery debris over a highway ...details

    Malaysia’s opposition leader Mahathir under investigation for ‘fake news’

    online desk | Thursday, 03 May 2018 | read 235 times

    Malaysian authorities are investigating opposition leader Mahathir Mohamad under an anti-fake news law over claims that his plane was sabotaged in the run up to a general election next week, police said on Wednesday. Malaysia is in the middle of intense campaigning for an election that pits Prime Minister Najib Razak against 92-year-old former premier Mahathir. Najib's government passed a law in April that criminalises "fake news", making it one of the ...details

    Malaysian authorities are investigating opposition leader Mahathir Mohamad under an anti-fake news law over claims that his plane was sabotaged in the run up to a general election next week, police said on Wednesday. Malaysia is in the middle of intense campaigning for an election that pits Prime Minister Najib Razak ...details

    Malaysian authorities are investigating opposition leader Mahathir Mohamad under an anti-fake news law over claims that his plane was sabotaged ...details

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