UN, Pope condemn Burkina Faso attacks

A jihadist attack that left 42 dead in the north of Burkina Faso, the worst assault in the country for five years, plunged the nation into mourning over Christmas and sparked messages of solidarity from the United Nations and Pope Francis.

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Singapore- Indian protest over CAA

Singapore police are investigating a 32-year-old Indian national for holding a protest without a permit in Marina Bay against India’s contentious Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

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Forest fire: Chilean Families go homeless

Dozens of families found themselves homeless on Christmas after a forest fire in the Chilean tourist port city of Valparaiso burned through two hillside neighbourhoods.

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Israel Prime Minister face leadership challenge

Israel’s embattled premier Benjamin Netanyahu faces off against longtime rival Gideon Saar in a Likud party leadership contest Thursday that could threaten his grip on power. Continue Reading

Modi Government to resolve OCI issues : US-Indian activist

Following dozens of Indian-Americans facing difficulties at airports while travelling from the US to India over provisions in the OCI, an eminent Indian-American activist has said that the card should not be considered as “a multi-purpose lifelong visa” and demanded the Indian government fix major loopholes in it. Continue Reading

First Prime Minister for Cuba in 40 years

Cuba is to resurrect the position of prime minister in a parliamentary session at the end of the week, with President Miguel Diaz-Canel nominating a candidate to the post which has remained dormant for more than 40 years. Continue Reading