Wednesday, January 26, 2022


Burkina Faso: President Roch Marc Christian Kabore detained by mutinous soldiers

Burkina Faso's President Roch Marc Christian Kabore has been detained by mutinous soldiers. The reports citing security officials revealed on Monday.

2 killed, 26 injured in deadly bomb blast in Lahore shopping district

According to police, an explosion in a bustling retail centre in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore killed at least two people and injured scores more.

3 killed in a suspected drone attack in Abu Dhabi

Around three persons were killed in Abu Dhabi whens oil tankers went off in an attack claimed by Yemen's Houthi rebels on Monday, authorities say.

Tel Aviv listed as the most expensive city in the world

The Economist Intelligence Unit's 2021 Worldwide Cost of Living report listed Tel Aviv is the most expensive city in the world

Actress Emma Watson’s support to Palestine angers Israeli envoys

The official Instagram account of British actress Emma Watson has posted a new message of solidarity with Palestinians.

Pope Francis says World is avoiding huge tragedies

Pope Francis has cautioned that the world is growing desensitised to crises and suffering to the point where they are occurring with little notice.

Joe Biden proposes new measures to combat Omicron in USA

With COVID-19 cases on the rise across the country, President Joe Biden has proposed a series of measures to combat the virus's spread.

Syrian Media says one soldier killed in a missile attack carried out by Israel

According to Syria's national news agency, a Syrian soldier was killed in a missile attack by Israel in southern Syria (SANA).

US government wins appeal to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

The US government has won an appeal to extradite Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, to the United Kingdom's High Court. Assange is now closer to being extradited from a British prison to the United States, where he would face...

Twitter claims to deactivate 3,465 accounts backing political propaganda

Twitter claims it has deactivated 3,465 accounts associated to six countries: China, Mexico, Russia, Tanzania, Uganda, and Venezuela.
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NATO sends reinforcements to Eastern Europe as Russia tensions increase

NATO announced that it was putting soldiers on standby and bolstering Eastern Europe with extra ships and fighter jets.
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