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European Union eyes Coronavirus vaccines at less than $40

European Union bloc has deemed vaccine alliance co-led by World Health Organization slow and high-cost while eyes for vaccines at less than $40. The European...

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...

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...

Gulf nations and US issue sanctions on six targets for ties...

Gulf countries and United States have imposed sanctions on six targets, accusing them of being affiliated with Islamic State. The Treasury said the Terrorist Financing...

Iran dropped India from key Chabahar-Zahedan line rail project

Iran has dropped India from key Chabahar-Zahedan line rail project after India failed to participate apparently due to US sanctions. Iran has reportedly dropped India...

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...

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...

US Supreme Court gives Trump victory in landmark reproductive rights cases

US Supreme Court gives Trump victory, Cases addressed Trump's broadening of religious exemptions for providing birth control in the Affordable Care Act. The US Supreme...

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...

US president may try again to limit DACA immigrant protections

US president may try to limit immigrant protections as Supreme Court had left door open for him to rescind programme affecting 650,000 immigrants. US President...

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...

Prince Andrew’s lawyers hit back over US inquiry

Prince Andrew's lawyers hit back at claims the royal was not cooperating with US prosecutors investigating late financier Jeffrey Epstein. “The Duke of York has...

United States plans “shake transatlantic relationship”, Merkel ally says

United States plans to withdraw troops from Germany “shake the pillars of the transatlantic relationship”, Peter Beyer said. US President Donald Trump has ordered the...

China decides to strengthen in future COVID-19 vaccine trials

China will strengthen global cooperation in future COVID-19 clinical vaccine trials, building on earlier collaboration in vaccine development,Minister said. China is expending great efforts in...

US Democrats want closed-door interviews with Trump administration

US Democratic lawmakers said they want closed-door interviews with officials from Trump’s administration about the surprise firing of Inspector General. Democratic lawmakers announced they will...

US lawmakers offer bill to prepare for the next pandemic

US lawmakers offered a bipartisan $3 billion plan to prepare for the next global health crisis, putting a premium on fighting disease outbreaks like...

US ambassador says confident Australia can ensure telecom security

US ambassador to Australia said his country was confident its ally would be able to protect the security of its telecommunications networks and partners. The...

Trudeau says China doesn’t understand independence of Canada’s judiciary

Trudeau said that China does not appear to understand that Canada’s judiciary is independent, taking a rare public swipe at Beijing. China says Canada must...

Germany Constitutional Court limits power of spy agency

Germany Constitutional Court ruled that surveillance of telephones and internet traffic of foreign nationals abroad by the BND agency violates constitution. German foreign intelligence service...

US Supreme Court dealt a legal setback to Sudan in bombing...

US Supreme Court dealt a legal setback to Sudan, ruling that the African nation cannot avoid punitive damages in lawsuits. US top court accused Sudan...

Head of Syriatel accuses government for forcing to step down

Head of Syriatel Rami Makhlouf issued a video statement on Sunday saying officials had told him to quit as head of mobile operator. In the...
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