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Japan issues tsunami warning after major volcanic eruption             Russians arrest US citizen over pedophilia claims             Russia denies claim it is responsible for gas crisis in Europe             Mike Pence slams ípower grabí of US Democrats             Italy reports 180,426 coronavirus cases, 308 deaths             UN says Ďdeeply concernedí over growing hate speech in Bosnia, Serbia             Prosecutors say Kazakhstan unrest has left Ď225 people deadí             ĎKill the Billí: Thousands rally across UK against ídraconian crackdowní on protests             Anti-vax protesters rally across Europe against mandatory measures             China filling US-created vacuum in Middle East: Washington-based daily             Child hospitalizations reach record high in US, UK             Canadian FM to visit Ukraine, vows support amid tensions with Russia             Former White House advisor pleads guilty to wire fraud             US Congress targets Chinese rare earths imports             Pakistan: Final Durand Line Fencing Completed            


UN says Ďdeeply concernedí over growing hate speech in Bosnia, Serbia

image1 People hold Serbian and Republika Srpska flags during a parade to mark the autonomous Serb Republicís national holiday, in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, on January 9, 2022. (Photo by Reuters) The United Nations...



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Japan issues tsunami warning after major volcanic eruption

© Getty Images / shannonstent The tsunami follows a major eruption from an underwater volcano 65km south of the island nation of Tonga A tsunami warning has been issued for Japanís entire east coast, as well as the southern Amami island and the Takara island chain. A tsunami triggered by the...




Russians arrest US citizen over pedophilia claims

FILE PHOTO. © RIA / Tabyldy Kadyrbekov Arrested man allegedly raped his two sons in Houston, Texas An American citizen has been detained in Moscow on suspicion of sexually assaulting his two sons after a complaint filed by the mother of the child, multiple Russian news outlets have reported. According...




Russia denies claim it is responsible for gas crisis in Europe

A photo illustration shows gas burning on a domestic hob in Liverpool, north-west England on September 2021. (Photo by AFP) Russia has denied allegation by the International Energy Agency (IEA) that the country should be blamed for the current gas supply crisis in Europe. Russian Deputy Prime Minister...




Italy reports 180,426 coronavirus cases, 308 deaths

People queue to take a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) test at a pharmacy as COVID-19 infections rise in Rome, Italy, on December 31, 2021. (Photo by Reuters) Italy reported 180,426 COVID-19 related cases on Saturday, after 186,253 the day before, the health ministry said, while the number of deaths...




UN says Ďdeeply concernedí over growing hate speech in Bosnia, Serbia

People hold Serbian and Republika Srpska flags during a parade to mark the autonomous Serb Republicís national holiday, in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, on January 9, 2022. (Photo by Reuters) The United Nations says it is "deeply concerned" over the rising hate speech and glorification of war...




Prosecutors say Kazakhstan unrest has left Ď225 people deadí

Kazakh soldiers patrol down a street in Almaty, on January 10, 2022. (File photo by AFP) Kazakh authorities say the recent "foreign-backed" violence has left at least 225 people dead across the oil-rich Central Asian country. Mass protests began in Kazakhstanís western province of Mangistau in early...




ĎKill the Billí: Thousands rally across UK against ídraconian crackdowní on protests

Demonstrators walk behind a ‘Kill the Billí banner in London, Britain, and many other cities across the UK, on January 15, 2022. (Photo by AFP) Thousands of people have taken to the streets across UK to protest against the governmentís controversial Police and Crime Bill that seeks to crack down...




Anti-vax protesters rally across Europe against mandatory measures

The photo shows people protesting in the streets of the Austrian capital Vienna against total national lockdown. Thousands of people have poured onto the streets of the Austrian capital, Vienna, to protest against government plans to introduce mandatory COVID vaccinations for all next month, as the...




China filling US-created vacuum in Middle East: Washington-based daily

Chinese and Syrian businessmen shake hands behind their national flags during a meeting in Beijing, China, on May 8, 2017 to discuss reconstruction projects in Syria. (File photo by Reuters) China has been filling the vacuum that the United States is creating in the Middle East, an American newspaper...




Child hospitalizations reach record high in US, UK

This picture taken on November 05, 2021 shows a child receiving a dose of COVID-19 vaccine in Los Angeles, California. (File photo by AFP) Child hospitalizations in the United States and the United Kingdom have reached record highs amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. CDC director Rochelle Walensky...




Canadian FM to visit Ukraine, vows support amid tensions with Russia

Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Joly speaks during a meeting with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken (out of frame) at the State Department in Washington, DC, on November 12, 2021. (File photo by Reuters) Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Joly is planning to visit Ukraine next week to reaffirm...




US Congress targets Chinese rare earths imports

US Senator Tom Cotton, a Republican from Arkansas (Getty Images file photo)) A bipartisan bill in the US Congress has aimed to stop the import of strategic Chinese rare earth metals to the country. The bill was proposed in Congress on Friday by Senators Tom Cotton, an Arkansas Republican, and Mark...




Pakistan: Final Durand Line Fencing Completed

Pakistan reiterated its pledge to fence the Durand Line, saying that the rest of the fencing would be conducted in a way that satisfied the Islamic Emirate. The issue of the Durand Line has recently raised tensions between the Islamic Emirate and Islamabad. Pakistanís interior minister Sheikh Rashid...




Hanafi: Afghans Who Can Pay Taxes Should Support Nation

The Second Deputy of the Prime Minister urged those who owe taxes to pay them to help tackle the current challenges in Afghanistan. Mawlawi Abdul Salam Hanafi accused the former government of being involved in corruption and said there were around 9 billion Afs embezzled annually. He made the remarks...




In response to Imran Khanís remarksļ
Karzai: There is no need for foreign manpower in Afghanistan:

Following the furious reactions of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, common people, social media activists, and former Afghan officials to the Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khanís statements over his willingness to send qualified and trained manpower to Afghanistan, former Afghan President Hamid Karzai...




UK PM draws up plan for officials to quit over partygate to keep job

File photo of embattled British Prime Minister Boris Johnson British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has come up with a list of cabinet officials to submit resignations over the partygate scandal in a bid to retain his premiership, according to a report by The Independent. Dubbed "Operation Save Big...




Massive looting reported in California railways after Covid-induced poverty

Shredded boxes and packages are seen strewn across the tracks in Los Angeles County, California, on January 14, 2022, as a result of a month of looting. (Photo by AP) Reports show freight cars are being broken into every day on railways in Los Angeles County, California, by thieves who take advantage...




US Representatives Demand Report on Equipment Left in Afghanistan

US Congress members in a letter to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin called for an overdue report on US equipment and property removed, left behind or destroyed in Afghanistan with the departure of the US soldiers from Afghanistan in mid-August of last year. In a letter sent to the Department of Defense,...




Taliban, common people react to Imranís Khan:
Taliban: Afghanistan not need foreigners from any country

After common people, social media activists, and former Afghan officials furiously reacted to Pakistani PM Imran Khanís statements over sending qualified and trained workforce to Afghanistan, the Taliban also reacted saying the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan does not need cooperation and assistance in...




Underwater volcano eruption triggers tsunami warning in South Pacific

An underwater volcano off Tonga erupted on Saturday triggering a tsunami warning for several South Pacific island nations, with footage on social media showing waves crashing into homes. Tsunami waves were observed in Tongaís capital and the capital of American Samoa, a US-based tsunami monitor said. The...




US threatens referring Russia to Security Council, claims ífalse flagí operation

Russia rejects as "unsubstantiated" recent Western media campaign citing unidentified US officials to claim that Moscow is plotting a "false flag" incident in a bid to invade Ukraine. (Representative image) American officials have warned Russia that if it escalates the Ukrainian security crisis, the...




US official says Russia arrested Colonial Pipeline hacker

A hooded man holds a laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him in this illustration picture taken on May 13, 2017. (File photo by Reuters) A senior official from the administration of US President Joe Biden has said that Russia arrested the hacker who was responsible for the massive Colonial...




North Korea confirms firing two railway-borne tactical guided missiles

North Korea tests railway-borne missiles on January 14, 2022. (Photo by official state news agnecy KCNA) North Korea has confirmed the test-firing of two tactical guided missiles, the third of such launches in a month amid growing tensions on the Korean Peninsula and renewed US sanctions against Pyongyang. North...




US focused on supporting individuals of Afghanistan: Blinken

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Saturday said in a tweet that he had met with top UN and International Committee of the Red Cross officials and that the US is committed to helping the people of Afghanistan. "The American people are committed to supporting the people of Afghanistan," tweeted...




Pakistanís PM Orders Skilled Personnel Be Sent to Afghanistan

Pakistanís Prime Minister Imran Khan said Friday his nation is focused on offering help to Afghanistan in a bid to turn away a philanthropic emergency. Tending to the third Apex Committee meeting on Afghanistan, went to by top Pakistani authorities, Khan requested them to investigate respective collaboration...




Young Girl Shot, Killed at Checkpoint in Kabul

Zainab, a young girl was shot dead at a security checkpoint while she was on her way home from a wedding party along with other relatives, her family claimed. Zainabís family said their car was stopped at a checkpoint by the Islamic Emirate forces. The forces of the Islamic Emirate opened fire on...




Demise of a vote based system in Afghanistan, we acquired ethnic conflicts:Taliban representative

Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan reacted to the recent so-called intra-Taliban conflict in the northern Faryab province and added that ethnic conflicts have been inherited from the previous Afghan government. A spokesman of the Taliban Inamullah Samangani in a Twitter post said that escalating and strengthening...




Taliban invites UNís request for delivering Afghanistanís assets

UN-assign of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan Suhail Shaheen invited the UN Secretary-Generalís interest more than delivering almost $10 billion of Afghanistanís national bank. Suhail Shaheen in a progression of Twitter posts said that Antonio Guterres has mirrored the ground real factors by saying...




ATM to get operational in Afghanistan, first time after Taliban return

Central Bank of Afghanistan- Da Afghanistan Bank- in a statement on Thursday, January 13, 2022, said that ATM services by commercial banks in the country will be resumed. The services stalled after the IEA regained power on August 15 last year and are now supposed to be operational back from Saturday,...




UN Chief: Rules íMust Be Suspendedí for Funds to Reach Afghans

Describing a "nightmare unfolding in Afghanistan", United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned on Thursday that the world is "in a race against time to help the Afghan people" and stressed that "freezing temperatures and frozen assets are a lethal combination" for the Afghan people, Reuters...




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