Putin announce Russia is close to creating cancer vaccines
Russian President Vladimir Putin revealed on Wednesday that Russian scientists are on the verge of creating cancer vaccines, potentially offering a breakthrough in cancer treatment.
NATO launches largest military drill since the Cold War
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) on Wednesday began its biggest military drill since the Cold War with a US warship leaving the United States for transit across the Atlantic to alliance territory in Europe.
Germany urges swift EU agreement on Red Sea mission
Germany is urging the European Union (EU) to swiftly reach an agreement on a mission aimed at protecting the bloc`s commercial ships in the Red Sea from potential attacks by Yemen`s Houthi group.
‘We will be glad to see our friend,’ Putin invites Modi to Russia
Russian President Vladimir Putin has extended an invitation to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit Russia next year.
Rishi Sunak cancels Greek PM meeting
A significant diplomatic rift has surfaced between the British and Greek governments concerning the contentious issue of the Parthenon Sculptures, also known as the Elgin Marbles.
UK PM Sunak dismisses interior minister amidst criticism
British Premier Rishi Sunak dismissed his interior minister Suella Braverman, as part of a broader reshuffle following her criticism of the police`s handling of a pro-Palestinian march, according to a government source.
EU ministers convene in Ukraine to show support after US, Slovakia wobbles
European Union foreign ministers have made history by holding their inaugural meeting outside the EU in Ukraine. This gathering serves as a strong demonstration of support for Ukraine, following recent events that raised concerns about the country`s international backing.
UK awards £4bn contract to build AUKUS nuclear submarines
The United Kingdom has recently awarded a substantial 4 billion pound ($4.9bn) contract to three prominent British companies to oversee the design and production of a nuclear-powered attack submarine, an integral component of the AUKUS initiative, which involves cooperation between the UK, Australia, and the United States.
Powerful earthquake in Morocco kills more than 2000 people
Morocco`s most devastating earthquake in recent history has claimed the lives of over 2,000 individuals, according to official reports on Saturday. Emergency responders and military personnel are working tirelessly to access remote mountain communities where there are concerns that people may still be trapped beneath the rubble.
Deadly shooting in New Zealand hours before Women’s World Cup
A shooting has left two people dead in the centre of Auckland, New Zealand, hours before the city is due to open the Fifa Women`s World Cup.
NATO seeks agreement on Ukraine bid after Turkey deal on Sweden
NATO leaders gather for a summit in Lithuania on Tuesday seeking to overcome divisions on Ukraine`s membership bid after a deal to lift Turkey`s block on Sweden joining the military alliance.
Wagner chief to leave Russia in deal to ease crisis
The chief of the rebel Wagner mercenary force will leave Russia and won`t face charges after calling off his troops` advance on Saturday, Moscow said, easing Russia`s most serious security crisis in decades.
Searchers for Titanic submersible detect banging noises
A Canadian military search plane has detected sounds they think may be coming from a submersible that disappeared while taking people down to the wreck of the Titanic, the US Coast Guard said in a statement on Wednesday.
Russia says it welcomes any effort aimed at ’peaceful solution’ to Ukraine war
Russia on Monday said it welcomes efforts aimed at finding a `peaceful solution` to the Ukraine war by any country, after Indonesia`s Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto floated a peace plan.
Erdogan celebrates presidential election run-off win
Joe Biden, Emmanuel Macron and Vladimir Putin were among world leaders congratulating Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan after he won Sunday`s historic runoff election to extend his two-decade rule.
EU updates sanctions list over human rights breaches in Iran
European Union (EU) foreign ministers agreed on Monday to update the EU`s sanctions list over human rights breaches in Iran, adding police chiefs and organizations linked to the Revolutionary Guard.
China extends $2 billion loan repayment period for Pakistan
Climate change threatens Bangladesh’s apparel exports
Embattled Japan PM faces ethics committee to save popularity and budget
Yemen warns British cargo ship may sink following Houthi attack
European Parliament calls for permanent cease-fire in Gaza
Russian space corporation reports air leak in its segment of International Space Station
Pakistan’s NA to convene inaugural session on Feb. 29 for lawmakers’ oath-taking
India attaches highest priority to its friendship with Bangladesh: President Murmu
China lauds Russia relations and calls for strengthened Asia-Pacific role
Bangladesh improved 7 steps in economic freedom index
China broadens law on state secrets to include ‘work secrets’
Apple stops electric car project: report
Texas issues disaster declaration as wildfires burn out of control
US, Russia engage in heated exchange at UN Security Council session on Gaza
Bangladesh PM writes back to US President Biden
Imran Khan’s wife Bushra Bibi indicted in graft case
Indian diplomats faced threatened, intimidated in Canada: Jaishankar
Bangladesh is an inspiration to many in green building segment
Macron does not rule out Europeans sending troops to Ukraine
US air Force member sets himself on fire outside Israeli Embassy in Washington