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US seeks tighter UN sanctions after N. Korea missile test

SEOUL, South Korea: The United States called for tougher U.N. sanctions after North Korea said it test-fired its biggest intercontinental ballistic missile to date....

Australia wards off recession through $11 billion stimulus package

The Government of Australia has recently unveiled a stimulus package worth $11.4 billion (A$17.6 billion) designed to curb recession due to the economic impact...

Iranian Soleimani’s death served “American Justice,” says President Trump

US President Donald Trump gained support from countrymen when he defended that the killing of Iranian’s top military commander was prompted by a “bold...

Lesotho’s first lady surrenders to face murder charges

The first lady of African country Lesotho has surrendered into authorities on Tuesday after she has been wanted for allegedly murdering the Prime Minister’s...

China’s Saudi Peace Talks Attendance: Impact on Russia and Xi Jinping

August 10, 2023 The unfolding situation surrounding China's participation in peace talks hosted in Saudi Arabia has cast a spotlight on the intricate relationship between...

Wins for pro-Putin leaders buttress autocracies in Europe.

BUDAPEST, Hungary: After two nationalist European strongmen won overwhelming victories in elections on Sunday. One of the first foreign leaders to congratulate both were...

Despite criticisms, Facebook maintains policy on political ads

Social media site Facebook announced that it would stick on its policy allowing political ads on its platform despite criticisms that politicians only use...

What to expect next as US-China trade deal gets inked

Investors across the globe can now expect a "fair and reciprocal trade" said US President Donald Trump as his country’s deal with China finally got...

UK, Singapore launch talks on the digital trade agreement

BRITAIN: On Monday, Britain, and Singapore will begin negotiations on another computerized economic deal. That could eliminate boundaries, a piece of London's effort to...

EU slams ‘war crimes’ in Ukraine but new sanctions unlikely

BRUSSELS Belgium: European Union countries accused the Russian armed forces of committing war crimes in Ukraine. But appeared unlikely to impose new sanctions on...
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