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US Judge orders Dakota Access pipeline shut down, setback to Trump

US federal judge sided with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and ordered the Dakota Access pipeline to shut down until more environmental review is...

Kiwi Prime Minister launches election campaign with promises of jobs, financing

Kiwi PM Jacinda Ardern launched election campaign with promises of jobs and extra financing for small businesses as a severe economic downturn looms. With promises...

Healthcare workers staged protest across France demanding pay hikes

Healthcare workers rallies demanding pay hikes come as the French government prepares to wrap up weeks of talks on hospital overhauls. Doctors, nurses and other...

Tunisian PM under pressure over conflict of interest allegations

Tunisian PM faces opposition party demands to resign over an alleged conflict of interest, potentially unravelling fragile governing coalition. The anti-corruption minister said on Tuesday...

UN chief declares Israel’s annexation plans ‘illegal’

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights says Israel's annexation plans 'illegal' and warned that 'shock waves of annexation will last for decades'. Israel's aim to...

Bahrain to pay 50% of salaries for private firms

Bahrain’s government said that it would pay 50% of salaries for private company workers in sectors that hard-hit by pandemic, state news agency reported. The...

PM Johnson to unveil new infrastructure plan

PM Johnson will launch a plan to get Britain “moving again” after COVID lockdown, when govt will set out measures to boost infrastructure construction. Britain's...

United States ambassador appears on Lebanese TV despite despite ban

United States ambassador Dorothy Shea appears on Lebanese TV despite of court-imposed ban for a year over remarks that criticised powerful Shi’ite movement. Lebanese media...

Russia and Taliban denies New York Times report

Russia and Taliban denies the New York Times report that spy unit paid Taliban to attack NATO forces, Taliban denounced as an attempt to...

Leaders of Sudan,Ethiopia and Egypt to agree Nile dam deal

Leaders of Sudan,Ethiopia and Egypt hopeful that African Union could help them broker a deal to end a decade-long dispute over water supplies within...

Samsung heir dodges corruption indictment

Samsung heir-apparent Jay Y. Lee scored a symbolic victory after a civilian review panel recommended against indicting billionaire on charges of corruption. In a major...

Tech titans take aim at US president freeze on H-1B and...

President Donald Trump administration has justified suspension of some worker visas on grounds it will boost US jobs, but execs cry foul. United States President...

Oman sultan to ratify emergency interest-free loan scheme

Oman’s Sultan has issued royal orders to rolls out an emergency interest-free loan for the categories most affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The decision has...

Official who took $3.2m bribe from Bangladeshi MP in Kuwait wanted

Kuwait’s Public Prosecution is continuing its marathon investigation into the case of the Bangladeshi MP,taken into custody on charges of human trafficking. A source familiar...

Syrian Kurdish authorities in talks over US sanctions exemption

Syrian Kurdish-led authorities are in talks with their allies in a US-led coalition on a promised exemption from US sanctions targeting Syrian government. Washington says...

Lloyd’s of London apologise,ready to pay for ‘shameful’ slave trade role

Lloyd’s of London insurance market apologised for its “shameful” role in the 18th and 19th Century Atlantic slave trade and pledged to fund opportunities. About...

Pakistani authorities to seal city areas across country

Pakistani authorities says they will re-impose strict lockdowns in selected areas of several cities from Monday night to stem quickening virus spread. Federal government said...

Broken Unemployment system complicates Trump’s path to re-election

Broken unemployment system raises prospect of out-of-work Floridians bringing their anger to voting booths,where races decided by slimmest of margins. When the tourists stopped coming...

Greece ready to open to tourists but safety top priority

Greece Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has said the safety of tourists is a top priority for us as we are opening airports to foreign...

Future euro zone bailouts should aim to restore growth,report for ESM...

Future euro zone bailout programmes should aim more at restoring economic growth rather than focusing on fiscal tightening and their length should be set. “Besides...

Britain spy chief says no threat to Five Eyes alliance

Britain spy chief says disagreements over China’s Huawei Technologies do not pose a threat to intelligence-sharing ties between Britain and its allies. Britain granted Huawei...

Poland rescheduled presidential election on June 28

Poland has rescheduled presidential election on June 28 that was cancelled last month amid the coronavirus pandemic,setting the stage for a short campaign. Poland picked...
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