India, Pakistan limit differences over Kartarpur Corridor; agree to majority of modalities

Wagha, July 15: India and Pakistan on Sunday had the option to further limit their disparities on Kartarpur Corridor and said they have consented...

With Iran nuclear deal on brink, Europeans assess efforts towards Brussels meet

European foreign ministers will look to substance out how to persuade Iran and the United States to diminish strains and start talks when they...

China to abandon US firms under Taiwan arms sale contract

Beijing, July 15: The Chinese government and state-owned firms will cut short its business ties with the American companies which are selling arms to Taiwan,...

Discussions to ‘continue’ on post-war constitution, Syrian President Assad says

Baghdad, July 13: Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has on Friday said discussion would further "continue" on the body composition in order to sketch a post-war...

Ahead of Atlantic Hurricane ‘Barry’ landfall, New Orleans crouches at home, bars

Tropical Storm Barry, ready to make landfall as the primary Atlantic hurricane of 2019, agitated nearer to Louisiana's shore right off the bat Saturday...

New Zealanders begin ‘gun buyback’ prompted by Christchurch mosques shootings

Wellington, July 13: New Zealanders have begun giving once again their semi-automatic weapons as a major aspect of a buyback plan following a boycott after...

Hong Kong protesters rally in border town popular with China

Hong Kong, July 13: Hong Kong protesters have assembled for a mass demonstration and march on Saturday in Sheung Shui, a popular border town near...

UK Police commence probe into leak of ambassador Darroch’ secret cables

London, July 13: The Metropolitan police have launched a criminal investigation on Friday into the leaked emails of Sir Kim Darroch, the United Kingdom (UK)...

US controllers endorse $5 billion Facebook settlement amid privacy issues

The US Government Trade Commission has affirmed a $5 billion settlement with Facebook Inc this week over its investigations concerning the internet-based social media...

US House endorses remuneration for 9/11 ‘first responders’; bill passes to Senate

Washington DC, July 13: The US House of Representatives has on Friday endorsed legislation to permanently remunerate people on call for the September 11,...