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India, New Zealand Suspend Boeing 737 Max 8 Planes Post Second Crash  

Ethiopian Airline crash on Sunday has raised safety concerns regarding the Boeing 737 Max jets

Six minutes after taking off from Ethiopian capital city of Addis Ababa, Ethiopian Airlines’ Boeing 737 Max 8 jet crashed on Sunday, killing all aboard. This is the second crash, involving the aircraft model in less than six months. Amid growing security concerns, India and New Zealand have joined the list of nations that have suspended 737 Max 8 jets,

Satellite Images Indicate Reconstruction of North Korean Launch Site

Reports suggest reconstruction of North Korean launch site

Following the underwhelming results of the US-North Korea Summit in Hanoi last week, the nuclear-powered Asian nation is now being alleged of rebuilding its Sohae launch site. Satellite images suggest rapid reconstruction on the site that began mid-February    North Korea is now being alleged of rebuilding its Sohae rocket launching station, previously dismantled as a sign of cooperation post the

US, South Korea Make Efforts to Resolve Tension with North Korea

Joint annual military drill by the US and South Korea called off in an attempt to extend cooperation with North Korea

United States and South Korea have called off their annual joint military drills in an attempt to secure cooperation on denuclearisation with North Korea. The decision has come after the second summit meeting between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un in Vietnam The United States and South Korea have decided to call off the joint military

Underwhelming Results of US-North Korea Talks in Vietnam

US President, Donald Trump with North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un at the second summit meeting in Vietnam

After much speculation and hope for cooperation ahead of the US-North Korea talks, the meeting between United States’ President, Donald Trump and his North Korean counterpart, Kim Jong-un, held in Vietnam, produced underwhelming results. While the North Korean leader was adamant on securing a lift on all US sanctions against his country, no deals came out of President Trump’s diplomatic

Teenager, Who Fled UK to Join ISIS, Denied Entry in Bangladesh

ISIS Bride Shamima Begum to be stripped of her British citizenship

Shamima Begum, a 19-year-old United Kingdom citizen, who fled Britain to marry an ISIS fighter in 2015, is now at the risk of losing her British citizenship. The Bangladeshi-origin British national has also been refused any claims to a Bangladeshi citizenship Earlier this month Shamima Begum, a 19-year-old British citizen, who left the country to join the ISIS four years

Saudi Arabia and Pakistan Sign Investment Deals Worth $20 Billion

Pakistani PM Imran Khan warmly welcomed Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman during his first state-visit to Pakistan

During his first state-visit to Pakistan on Sunday, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman has signed investment deals worth $20 billion with Pakistan. The Crown Prince is also expected to visit India and China this week Upon his arrival in Pakistan on Sunday, Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman was personally driven to the Prime Minister’s residence by Pakistani

US President Asks European Allies to “Take Back” ISIS Fighters

US President Donald Trump calls on European allies to take back Islamic State fighters captured by the US-backed forces in Syria

United States’ President Donald Trump has called on his European allies to “take back over 800 ISIS fighters” that the US captured in Syria and “put them on trial”. This came after the US-backed Kurdish-led forces initiated a final offensive to clean out the last ISIS pocket in Syria last week US President Donald Trump has called on Germany, France, Britain

Indian Rural Artists Win Snow Art Competition in Japan

Team India, Abhyuday bags win in snow sculpting competition held in Japan

Ravi Prakash, Sunil Kumar Kushwaha and Rajnish Verma from rural Indian bagged the first prize in the International Snow Sculpturing Competition (ISSC) Japan Cup 2019. The three young men, from Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, combined resources and individual funds to participate in the event A trio of artists from rural India won the country the first prize in the

Napalm Girl Wins German Peace Price

Vietnam War survivor, Kim Phuc was honoured with German Peace Prize for her support to UNESCO

Phan Thi Kim Phuc, popularly called “napalm girl”, is a Vietnamese-origin Canadian, who has been honoured with the German Peace Prize, Dresden prize. She received €10,000 for her remarkable contributions in supporting UNESCO and for speaking out against violence Kim Phuc is commonly known as the “napalm girl”, owing to her depiction in the Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph of the Vietnam War

US President Confirms Meeting with North Korean Leader

US President, Donald Trump confirms second meeting with North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un

United States’ President, Donald Trump has confirmed that he will be meeting North Korean Head of State, Kim Jong-un by the end of this month. The two leaders are expected to meet in Vietnam during President Donald Trump’s Asia visit While addressing the United States Congress, US President Donald Trump confirmed that he will be meeting North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un

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