Afghanistan: Taliban terrorists caught on camera beheading injured security force member
Thousands of people are getting vaccinated willingly everyday
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Government officials will act as servants, not rulers of the people: PM Hasina
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Washington DC, July 27: American President Joe Biden on Monday announced his government will formally conclude the US combat mission in Iraq by the end of 2021.
Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard who sparked outrage with depiction of Prophet Muhammed dies at 86
Copenhagen, July 22: Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard, who had sparked controversy for drawing a caricature of the Prophet Muhammad wearing a turban made out of a bomb, has died at the age of 86.
Washington DC, July 20: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Monday said the United States and countries around the world are holding the People’s Republic of China (PRC) accountable for its pattern of irresponsible, disruptive, and destabilizing behavior in cyberspace, which poses a major threat to our economic and national security.
Damascus: An explosion rocked a US military base in the Syrian province of Deir ez-Zor on Sunday, media reports said.
Jerusalem, July 7: Israel has taken a new stance in protest of the Chinese government's inhumane treatment of the Uighur Muslim minority. Israel recently signed a statement at the 47th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council condemning the forcible detention of Uighurs.
Xinjiang, July 5: The death of an Uyghur teacher at a detention facility in China's Xinjiang region has earned social media attention.
Rome: Pope Francis, who underwent a surgery at a hospital in Rome, is 'doing well', announced Vatican City on Monday.
Rome: Pope Francis has been admitted to hospital for scheduled surgery to treat a colon problem.
Beijing, July 3: World War 3 fear has been ignited after China promised "broken heads" for their enemies, perceived as a sign of threat by Beijing to the West.
Vancouver, July 1: The unprecedented heat wave in Western Canada would become more common with climate change, scientists predict.
Geneva, June 29: The Tibetan Community of Switzerland and Liechtenstein recently submitted a five-point appeal to the UN which includes calls to end China’s cultural genocide in Tibet, its interference in Tibetan religious beliefs and traditions, among others, during their recent demonstration held parallel to the ongoing 47th regular session of the UN Human Rights Council.
Washington DC, June 26: Former American police officer Derek Chauvin, who was convicted of murdering African-American man George Floyd in Minneapolis in May 2020, has been sentenced to 22 years and six months in prison.
Beijing, June 25: A fire that broke out in a martial arts school in China, killed at least 18 people and injured 16 others, local media said.
Tehran, June 24: A bus carrying 25 journalists overturned in northwestern Iran, killing two reporters and injuring 21 others on Wednesday, state-run IRNA news agency said.
Hong Kong, June 22: Hong Kong’s opposition Civic Party lost two-thirds of its district councillors as they resigned just ahead of the new oath-taking rule, giving a jolt to the political setup of the region.