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Jamal Khashoggi fiancee appears as Turkish court opens trial of 20...

Jamal Khashoggi fiancee told a court the Washington Post columnist was lured to his death at Saudi Consulate through "a great betrayal and deception". Turkish...

Jeffrey Epstein ex-girlfriend arrested, accused of luring girls

Jeffrey Epstein former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell arrested and accused of luring girls that Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused. Ghislaine Maxwell, the former girlfriend and longtime associate...

King Hamad ratifies law on GCC nationals’ property ownership

King Hamad Bin Isa Al Khalifa of Bahrain ratified and issued a law amending a 1999 law allowing nationals of the GCC to own...

Austria receives reports of Croatian police brutality against migrants

Austria's parliament received over more than 1,600-page report, documenting Croatian border police brutality against irregular migrants. A Bosnian volunteer has handed over more than 1,600...

Myanmar finds troops guilty in Rohingya genocide

Myanmar military officers have been found guilty by a court-martial investigating atrocities against Rohingya in conflict-ridden Rakhine state. In rare action, three military officers found...

American top Court rules to uphold abortion rights

American Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics, reasserting a commitment to abortion rights. It was the Supreme Court's first ruling on...

Justin Trudeau rejects call to swap Huawei executive for detainees in...

Justin Trudeau rejected a call to swap an imprisoned Huawei Technologies Co Ltd executive for two citizens held by Beijing, saying such a move...

PM Abe’s support rebounds despite ex-justice minister’s arrest

PM Shinzo Abe’s public support rebounds despite the recent arrest of his former justice minister Katsuyuki Kawai on suspicion of vote-buying. Public support for Japanese...

Qatar World Cup Organisers bans a firm over Amnesty report

Qatar World Cup 2022 Organisers said they banned a company from working on projects as Amnesty said migrant workers at the firm went unpaid...

United States proposes sweeping new restrictions on asylum claims

United States proposes sweeping restrictions while Critics of measure say the proposed changes would 'represent the end of the asylum system as we know...

Democrats in US Congress propose extensive police reforms

Democrats in US Congress unveiled a sweeping package of legislation aimed at combating police violence and racial injustice. Responding to two weeks of protests across...

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...

Burundi election commission declares governing party’s candidate

Burundi election commission has declared governing party's candidate Evariste Ndayishimiye winner of country's presidential election. The vote is meant to usher in the first democratic...

Saudi journalist family forgive killers, opening way to legal reprieve

Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi family forgave his murders, paving the way for a reprieve for five defendants sentenced to death. The family of slain Saudi...

Britain introduces bolstered legislation for terrorism

Britain has introduced new bill in which terror suspects in the United Kingdom could have their movements monitored indefinitely. The Counter-Terrorism and Sentencing Bill entered...

European Commission started new legal case against Poland over muzzling judges

European Commission started new legal case and gave Poland two months to address concerns about controversial law introduced earlier this year. The European Union's executive...

Mexican missing journalist found murdered

Mexican missing journalist Victor Fernando Alvarez, who disappeared on April 2 is the second journalist to be murdered in Mexico this year. A Mexican journalist...

Coronavirus outbreak fear sparks prison riot in Thailand

Coronavirus outbreak rumour sparks prison riot in Buriram lower northeastern Thailand,prisoners broke furniture and smashed windows in jail. Several inmates escape after setting fire to...

US believes ex-FBI agent died in Iran

US government has concluded that retired FBI agent Robert Levinson, who disappeared more than a decade ago, has died while in the custody of...
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