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US envoy for Afghanistan Reconciliation briefs Ashraf Ghani

US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad has briefed Afghan president on peace talks with Taliban.

United States recovers 2 bodies from Afghan plane crash site

United States has recovered two dead bodies of soldiers who was died in military Plane crash in Ghazni province few days back.

Pompeo strikes conciliatory tone over Huawei

Pompeo strikes conciliatory tone over Chinese communication network Huawei and has said that we will 'resolve difference' over Huawei.

World’s largest twin-engine 777X airliner completes maiden flight

World's largest twin-engine and Boeing's new long-haul 777X airliner has completed its maiden flight, a major step forward for the company.

Britain rebukes United States over extradition refusal

Britain has rebuked United States for refusing to extradite a diplomat's wife charged over a car crash that killed teenage motorcyclist Harry...

Pro-gun campaigners gathers in Richmond that raises fears of violence

Pro-gun campaigners are gathering in the Richmond City of Virginia for a rally that raises fears of violence,authorities says.

Facebook apologises for incorrect translations of Chinese leader’s name

Facebook has apologised for rude and incorrect translation of chinese president Xi Jinping's name from Burmese to English.

Facebook in trouble as Four firms reaches US court for anti-competitive...

Facebook has been sued by Four firms for anti-competitive action,asked US court to order Mark Zuckerberg to give up control of the...

US lawmakers reject Trump’s new claim about Soleimani

US lawmakers have rejected trump new claim that US assassinated General Qassem Soleimani because he was planning an attack on four American...

Israel releases prisoner convicted of spying

Israel has released two prisoners today,one of them was convicted of spying for Syria as part of a deal mediated by...

Iran launches ballistic missiles targeting US presence in Iraq

Iran's Revolutionary Guards launched over a dozen ballistic missiles at at least two US targets in Iraq in retaliation for the killing...

Asylum seekers will be send to Guatemala under US new plan

Asylum seekers will be send to Guatemala Under a bilateral new agreement signed by the Central American nation last year.

Pentagon rejects US president’s threat to target Iranian cultural sites

Pentagon has rejected president Donald Trump threat to target Iranian cultural sites and said US will not violate laws of armed conflict.

Iran’s FM says US denied him a visa to attend UN...

Iran Foreign Minister Javad Zarif's has said his attendance at the Security Council was planned before Soleimani was killed.

Germany urges talks with Iran to end tensions

Germany has urged direct talks with Iran to ease tensions after the US airstrike that killed Iranian General Qassem Soleimani.

Soleimani killing escalated tension between US and Iran

Soleimani was killed in an US air strike which is considering as potential turning point in the Middle East and are expected...

China approves two GM crops for import from US

China has approved two new genetically modified (GM) crops and renewed 10 other such crops licenses as trade tensions with the US...

Manila bans United States officials from entering into country

Manila has banned two United States law makers from entering into Philippines and will introduce tighter entry restrictions for US citizens.

Japan,china,South Korea leaders agrees to help N Korea-US dialogue

Japan,china and South Korea leaders agreed to help promote North Korea-US dialogue to end North Korea's nuclear programme.

China exclude more tariffs on US goods before trade deal

China has excluded more tariffs on 16 categories of US products including seafood items and anti-cancer drugs before signing trade deal.

Microsoft to probe Israeli startup

Microsoft will probes whether Israeli startup it funded is violating the US tech giant's principles over facial recognition.

US prepares economic sanctions as Erdogan to meet Trump

US Congress is planning for possible economic sanctions on Turkey as White House seeks to manage friction with a NATO ally.