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United States military accuses Russia for sending weapons to Libya

United States military said Russia appears to be sending more military equipment to its mercenaries in Libya, including in the flashpoint city of Sirte. Russia...

Twitter reports highest-ever yearly growth in daily users

Twitter American microblogging reports its highest-ever yearly growth in daily users to lockdowns and increased conversations around coronavirus pandemic. Twitter on Thursday reported its highest-ever...

West African leaders on high-stakes mission to defuse political crisis

West African leaders Presidents of Ghana, Ivory Coast, Niger, Nigeria and Senegal arrive in Bamako in a bid to defuse Mali's weeks-long political crisis. West...

Boris Johnson says UK was not influenced by Russia in Brexit...

Boris Johnson has rejected any suggestion that Britain’s vote to leave the European Union had been influenced by Russian interference. A day after a report...

Britain failed to find out whether Moscow meddled in Brexit vote

Britain’s government failed to find out whether Russia meddled in 2016 referendum on membership of the EU, a parliamentary report released on Tuesday said. Report...

US top Security official defend federal troops’ use of force in...

United States top Homeland Security officials vow to 'maintain' presence as nationwide criticism over the federal response to Portland protests grows. Top Homeland Security officials...

Britain suspends extradition deal with Hong Kong

Britain suspends extradition arrangements,Foreign Secretary voiced concerns about new national security law and alleged human rights abuses in China. The United Kingdom suspended its extradition...

Egypt’s parliament authorises troop deployment to Libya in a closed-door session

Egypt's parliament packed with supporters of President Sisi, approved plans to send troops to "defend Egyptian national security". Move comes as Libya gov't and Turkey...

Oregon takes legal action against federal agents

Oregon state's prosecutor sued federal agencies for 'unlawful law enforcement' and enforcement tactics they have used, amid continued protests in Portland. Portland protesters have taken...

Pakistan’s opposition demands resignations of advisers holding dual nationality

Pakistan's opposition parties while criticising at the PTI government demanded resignations of ministers and advisors holding dual nationality. PPP leader and Member National Assembly (MNA)...

Democratic presidential candidate faces party pressure as running mate search continues

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is expected to choose a candidate for vice president from a shortlist of women by early August. Biden is facing...

Norway arrests suspected of Ryanair plane bomb threat

Norway has arrested a 51-year-old British man who is suspected of issuing a bomb threat midair during a Ryanair flight from London to Oslo. Norwegian...

Erdogan calls Egypt’s actions in Libya are ‘illegal’

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has denounced Egypt and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for supporting forces based in eastern Libya. Earlier Egypt's President Abdel...

US,Britain,Canada accuse Russia of hacking vaccine trials

US,Canada and Britain’s National Cyber Security Centre made the announcement that Russia has tried to hack coronavirus vaccine trials. Britain, the United States and Canada...

Tunisia fears fresh political deadlock as PM resigns

Tunisia Prime Minister Fakhfakh resigned after dispute with Ennahdha party that had withdrawn its support for government earlier. Elyes Fakhfakh has resigned from his post,...

President Sisi says his country won’t stand idle in Libya

President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi says Egypt will not stand idle in the face of any direct threat to Egyptian and Libyan security. Earlier lawmakers allied to...

US diplomat Richardson to meet Maduro to discuss jailed Americans

US diplomat Bill Richardson plans to travel to Caracas to meet with Venezuelan President to discuss the status of several American citizens held as...

Medical city project in Kairouan moves to second phase

Medical city project in Kairouan moved to the second phase, President Kais Saied announced at a meeting of the Steering Committee in charge of...

DRC Justice Minister Celestin Tunda resigns after dispute

DRC Justice Minister Celestin Tunda tenders resignation after a dispute with President Felix Tshisekedi over judicial reform proposals. The Democratic Republic of the Congo's Justice...

Former White House aide and key impeachment witness retires

Former White House aide and key witness to impeachment of Trump Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman, was fired by Trump after his testimony. Lieutenant Colonel Alexander...

Moscow arrested space chief’s aide on treason charges

Moscow law and enforcement agencies arrested former journalist and space chief's aide accused of passing military secrets to an unnamed NATO power. Russian security forces...

Hong Kong released additional details of controversial China law

Hong Kong released additional details of China’s new national security law for former British colony,security forces can stop people from leaving the city. Hong Kong...
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