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Facebook considers political-ad blackout ahead of US election

Facebook considering a political-ad blackout on its social network in days leading up US election in November, according to a report Friday from Bloomberg. The...

President Trump denies being told about Russian bounties to kill troops

President Donald Trump denies being told about Russian efforts to pay bounties to Taliban-linked militants to kill US troops in Afghanistan. President Donald Trump said...

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...

Militia members under investigation after Iraq base raid

Militia members under investigation,Joint Operations Command says detentions by CTS unit after judiciary issued arrest warrant to pre-empt potential attack. Iraq's military authorities have confirmed...

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...

Ankara slams EU mission to contain arms to Libya

Ankara says European Union mission turned a blind eye to weapons sent to Khalifa Haftar, who fights against Turkey-backed GNA. Turkey has criticised a European...

Kuwaiti lawmaker demands replacing expats in parliament jobs

Kuwaiti lawmaker proposed replacing expatriates in jobs at parliament amid a stepped-up campaign in country to curb the numbers of foreigners. Foreigners account for nearly...

New Delhi denies visas to US panel on religious freedom

New Delhi has turned down US Travel request for panel members as United States Congress releases its own new report on religious freedom. India has...

Kathmandu calls for border talks with Delhi as dispute deepens

Kathmandu and Delhi dispute began after India's inauguration of a Himalayan road that lies at a three-way junction with Tibet and China. Nepal's foreign minister...

Ritchie Cynthia’s allegations ‘pre-planned’ plot:PPP

Ritchie Cynthia explosive allegations were a pre-planned plot to malign the political leadership of Pakistan Peoples Party,Sindh Education Minister said. The minister, during his press...

Sweden ex-envoy to China goes on trial for overstepping mandate

Sweden prosecutor accuses former ambassador to China Anna Lindstedt of brokering unauthorised meeting for Chinese-Swedish dissident's release. Sweden's former ambassador to Beijing goes on trial...

Public health report says Asian and Black more likely to die...

Public health report says Asian and Black people in England are up to 50% more likely to die after being infected with Covid,reinforcing previous...

Boris Johnson will not face criminal inquiry over US businesswoman

Boris Johnson will not face criminal inquiry over US businesswoman Jennifer Arcuri, who received public funds,when he was London mayor,Police watchdog says. UK Prime Minister...

Pro-democracy lawmakers in Hong Kong dragged out of legislative session

Pro-democracy lawmakers in Hong Kong were dragged out of a legislative council session in a melee that broke out over a bill. Several pro-democracy lawmakers...

Indiana attorney general’s law license suspended over groping allegation

Indiana Attorney General license to practice law will be suspended over allegations he groped multiple women at a party in 2018,state's Supreme Court ruled. Hill...

Saudi Arabia forms police unit to monitor lockdown violations

Saudi Arabia has formed a police unit to monitor violations of its coronavirus lockdown rules and has banned gatherings of more than five people. The...

UK govt adviser resigns after reports his lover visited during lockdown

UK govt adviser on its coronavirus response and a leading epidemiologist resigned from his government post, after reports his lover visited during lockdown. Telegraph newspaper...

Britain to recommend sweeping changes to workplaces after lockdown

Britain will recommend a wide range of changes to how people organise their working lives when the coronavirus lockdown is gradually loosened. Prime Minister Boris...

EU officials softened criticism on Chinese disinformation

EU officials softened criticism on Chinese disinformation surrounding the coronavirus pandemic in response to pressure from China, according to reports. Both The New York Times...

New website helps Nigerians check if have coronavirus

New website is helping Nigerians check if they have coronavirus and site will determine if a person needs to visit a coronavirus test center. While...

Iranian Parliament members alleges Coronavirus cover up

Iranian Parliament members claims that there have been 50 deaths from the Coronavirus, while the government says there have been 12. A legislator from Iran's...

Britain should cut salary threshold for migrants:Report

Britain should cut a salary threshold for migrants to 25,600 pounds ($33,650) a year to help fill jobs after Brexit:Report