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Cyberattacks by North Koreans to be probed by UN

Increasing instances of North Korean cyberattacks to be probed by UN

Increasing instances of North Korean cyberattacks to be probed by UN Experts at the United Nations have said that they are probing at least 35 instances of cyberattacks by North Koreans in 17 countries Experts claim that North Korean cyberattacks have been executed in an attempt to illegally raise money for weapons of mass destruction programs. At least $2 billion has been raised from

Nobel Prize-winning writer Toni Morrison passes away

Nobel laureate Toni Morrison passes away

Nobel laureate Toni Morrison passes away Prominent novelist Toni Morrison passed away on Monday night at the age of 88. The first African-American woman Nobel Laureate in literature Toni Morrison leaves behind a plethora of rich literature that chronicled the lived realities of African-Americans. The Pulitzer Prize-winning author sealed her place in American literature with her works, which chronicled the racial demonization

Benjamin Netanyahu becomes Israel’s longest-serving Prime Minister

Benjamin Netanyahu has served more than 13 years as the Israeli PM

Benjamin Netanyahu has served more than 13 years as the Israeli PM Netanyahu has spent more than 13 years as the Prime Minister of Israel, he has become Israel’s longest serving Prime Minister on 20 June 2019 Benjamin Netanyahu has become Israel‘s longest-serving prime minister, taking the title from the country’s founding father and first Prime Minister, David Ben-Gurion. Netanyahu, a former Israeli diplomat has repeatedly

Nelson Mandela International Day 2019

Nelson Mandela International Day is marked for working towards conflict resolution, democracy, human rights, peace, and reconciliation.

Nelson Mandela International Day is marked for working towards conflict resolution, democracy, human rights, peace, and reconciliation. 18 July 2019 is marked as Nelson Mandela International Day, in honour of his struggle against apartheid, his struggle for freedom and social justice. Mandela Day is marked every year on Nelson Mandela's birthday on 18 July. The day remembers Mandela’s achievements in working towards conflict resolution, democracy, human rights,

Afghan Doha Talks reflect a positive, progressive nation ahead.

Peace talks are underway between the Afghan Authorities and Taliban is Qatar

Peace talks are underway between the Afghan Authorities and Taliban is Qatar The Afghan Government and Taliban seek to stabilize Afghanistan after the Expected US withdrawal The Monday dialogue marks the first time the Afghan government officials have participated in the direct talks with the Taliban. It is a step towards the continuance of talks between Taliban and the peace delegates

Power-Sharing Agreement between two Sudanese Rival Factions

Movement have reached a power-sharing agreement

Protesters during the Sudan Crisis Sudan’s Ruling Military Council and the Country’s Pro-Democracy Movement have reached a Power-Sharing Agreement The power-sharing agreement signed between the two rival parties of Sudan shall resume peace after the protest started in April. The deal which is set to emerge as part of the envoy shall break months of political impasse, since autocratic leader President Omar al-Bashir was

What is Total Solar Eclipse: 5 Facts to Know!

The Total Solar Eclipse will only be visible from South America A Total solar eclipse will be witnessed on July 2, 2019 lasting for four minutes and 33 seconds. It will only be visible in South America July 2, 2019 will witness a total solar eclipse likely to last a total of four minutes and 33 seconds. This will be the only one happening

Japanese Whalers resume Commercial Whaling after a Gap of 31 years

Japanese whalers resume commercial whaling

Japanese whalers resume commercial whaling The ceremonial trip for Whale Hunting was met with a nice surprise for the fishermen as they were able to catch two minke whales The expected ceremonial trip of the Japanese whalers on 1July brought in a surprise for them. The fishermen were able to catch two minke whales, on the very first day of the

President Putin’s Greetings on opening of 3rd BRICS and SCO Student Spring International Festival

Vladimir Putin sent greetings for BRICS and SCO Student Spring International Festival in Stavropol

Vladimir Putin sent greetings for BRICS and SCO Student Spring International Festival in Stavropol Vladimir Putin sent greetings to participants, organisers and guests of the third BRICS and SCO Student Spring International Festival in Stavropol Russian President Vladimir Putin sent greetings to the participants, organisers and guests of the third BRICS and SCO Student Spring International Festival in Stavropol, which

Google Celebrates 50 Years of LGBTQ+ History

Google honours 50 years of LGBTQ+ history

Google honours 50 years of LGBTQ+ history Marking five decades of Stonewall riots, the Google doodle for Tuesday celebrated pride in a series of illustrations that depicted the history of the LGBTQ+ community The Google doodle for Tuesday comprised a series of illustrations that celebrated the 50-year-long history of the LGBTQ+ community. The illustrations encompassed all significant movements, from the five decade-old

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