Six killed in Iran's police station attack

Tehran [Iran], July 9: At least six people were killed in an attack on a police station in south-eastern Iran, including two policemen and four...

Senegal warns French broadcaster over reporting

Dakar [Senegal], July 9: Senegal's government has warned French television station France 24 over what it says is "biased" coverage of the West African country's...

Turkish President Erdogan supports Ukraine's NATO bid

Istanbul [Turkey], June 9: Turkey supports Ukraine's NATO membership aspirations, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelenskiy in Istanbul, days...

Fresh marches even as France rejects UN allegation of police racism

Paris [France], July 9: People took to the streets in several French cities on Saturday in renewed condemnation of the death of a teenager during...

Rutte meets Dutch King to discuss resignation

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte arrived at Huis ten Bosch Castle near The Hague on Saturday to discuss the resignation of his government with King...

French businessman lost sleep because 'Chinese storm' covered the European electric car...

Paris [France], July 9: The statement was made by the head of the Renault group (France) in the context of China imposing restrictions on exports...

Japan commemorates the one year that the late Prime Minister Shinzo Abe...

Tokyo [Japan], July 9: A memorial service for the late Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was held at a temple in Tokyo on July 8, a...

Missing Mexican journalist's body found

Mexico City [Mexico], July 9: The body of missing 59-year-old Mexican journalist Luis Martín Sanchez Iniguez was found in the Mexican state of Nayarit with...

Solar storm on Thursday expected to make Northern Lights visible in 17...

Washington [US], July 9: A solar storm forecast for Thursday is expected to give skygazers in 17 American states a chance to glimpse the Northern...

Zelenskiy brings Azovstal commanders back to Ukraine from Turkey

Kyiv [Ukraine], July 9: President Volodymyr Zelenskiy brought home from Turkey on Saturday five former commanders of Ukraine's garrison in Mariupol, a highly symbolic achievement...

Poland moves troops to eastern border amid Wagner fears

Warsaw [Poland], July 9: Poland began moving over 1,000 troops to the east of the country on Saturday, the defence minister said, amid rising concern...

Israeli protests reignite as Netanyahu pushes new justice bill

Jerusalem [Israel], July 9: Israel's business hub Tel Aviv saw the biggest anti-government protest in weeks on Saturday against a renewed push by Prime Minister...

Ukraine says it won't use cluster bombs in Russia

Kyiv [Russia], July 9: Ukraine's Defence Minister OleksiiReznikov welcomed a U.S. decision to send cluster bombs to Kyiv, saying it would help to liberate Ukrainian...

Colombia, Brazil presidents pledge cooperation to protect Amazon

Brasilia [Brazil], July 9: The presidents of Brazil and Colombia discussed regional coordination to fight deforestation and protect the world's largest and most biodiverse rainforest...

Six dead in corporate jet crash outside Los Angeles

Los Angeles [US], July 9: All six people aboard a small corporate jet died when the aircraft crashed and burned in a field near an...

Iran hangs two men over deadly shrine attack, state media report

Tehran [Iran], July 9: Iran executed two men over an attack on a Shi'ite shrine that killed at least 13 people in October and was...

U.S. stocks close lower after June jobs report

New York [US], July 8: U.S. stocks ended lower on Friday after new data showed a slowdown in job creation and persistent wage pressures...

Russia condemns U.S. decision to supply cluster munitions to Ukraine

Moscow [Russia], July 8: Russia has condemned the U.S. decision to supply cluster munitions to Ukraine as a path to genocide and a threat...

Sri Lankan workers remit over 2.8 bln USD in H1

Colombo [Sri Lanka], July 8: Sri Lankan workers remitted over 2.8 billion U.S. dollars in the first half of 2023, Minister of Labor and...

Police discover arms, ammunition in Afghanistan's Wardak province

MaidanShahr[Afghanistan], July 8: Policemen have discovered and seized arms and ammunition during search operations in east Afghanistan's Wardak province, said a statement of provincial police...

German economy still struggling despite surge in manufacturing orders, experts say

Frankfurt [Germany], July 8: As German manufacturing orders have increased at their highest rate since June 2020, a moderate recovery in industrial activity is expected...

Organizations oppose Sweden's NATO accession ahead of summit

Stockholm [Sweden], July 8: Several organizations have stepped up to voice their objections to Sweden joining the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) just days ahead...

Gunman killing 23 in U.S. Texas sentenced to 90 life terms in...

Houston [US], July 8: The gunman who killed 23 people at an El Paso Walmart in the U.S. state of Texas in 2019 was sentenced...

President Zhaparov receives credentials from ambassadors of number of countries

Bishkek [Kyrgyzstan], July 8: President of Kyrgyzstan SadyrZhaparov received on Friday credentials from ambassadors of Palestine, Kuwait, the Kingdom of Bahrain, the Kingdom of Denmark...

Senior US diplomat heads to India to discuss free speech, minority rights

Washington [US], July 8: A senior U.S. diplomat will travel to India in the coming days and engage with its civil society over free speech...

US to send cluster munitions to Ukraine

Washington [US], July 8: The United States announced on Friday that it will send Ukraine widely-banned cluster munitions as part of a security assistance package,...

Japan protests to South Korea over military drills on disputed islands

Tokyo [Japan], July 8: Japan has lodged protests with South Korea over military drills by the latter on disputed islands, calling the move "extremely regrettable."