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US security officials fear data collected by TikTok's owner may be handed to the Chinese government

TikTok: Trump says Oracle deal for video app 'has my blessing'

3 Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists killed in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama: Police 3 Jaish terrorists killed in J-K’s Pulwama: Police

Sources says that one of the terrorists killed could be a so-call top commander of Jaish, who has been active in south Kashmir


George Floyd death: Archbishop attacks Trump as US protests continue Archbishop attacks Trump as protests continue

At least 40 cities have imposed strict curfew measures after days of violent protests sparked by the killing of George Floyd, 46, in Minneapolis on 25 May


UK to change immigration rules for Hong Kong citizens if China passes law UK to offer citizenship 'route' to HK residents

Around 350,000 people in Hong Kong currently already have a BNO passport, but 2.6 million others are also eligible


Anxiety rises over attacks on media covering US protests Anxiety rises over attacks on media covering US protests

A tally by media watchdog groups cited 192 press freedom violations during the latest wave of protests including 131 assaults, of which 108 were by police


US scrambles to stem revolt as Trump faces anger for violent crackdown US scrambles to stem revolt as Trump faces anger for crackdown

Floyd died after he was pinned for nearly nine minutes under the knee of a white police officer, Derek Chauvin


Cyclone Nisarga to hit Alibaug near Covid-ravaged Mumbai at noon with 110 kmph winds Cyclone Nisarga to hit Covid-ravaged Mumbai at noon

This will be the second cyclone to strike India in two weeks and the first to hit the Indian financial capital in June in over 100 years.


George Floyd death: Trump's church visit shocks religious leaders

Trump's church visit shocks religious leaders

President Trump does not belong to a particular congregation, only occasionally attends a service and has said many times that he does not like to ask God for forgiveness


Roadside bomb kills 7 civilians in Afghanistan Roadside bomb kills 7 civilians in Afghanistan

Seven civilians were killed by a roadside bomb linked to the Taliban in northern Afghanistan


Pakistan 'blasphemy' death row couple's plea for freedom Pakistan 'blasphemy' death row couple's plea for freedom

The family of the poor Christian couple from the central Pakistani town of Gojra hope an end to their ordeal could be in sight


Singapore to build new dormitories with better facilities for migrant workers Singapore to build new dormitories for migrant workers

Singapore, which has been dealing with an outbreak of coronavirus infections among its migrant workers


India landslides kill 20 after pre-monsoon rains India landslides kill 20 after pre-monsoon rains

Assam is already grappling with flooding in several districts, and at least nine people have died, almost 200,000 village homes damaged and more than 2,600 hectares of crops destroyed in recent weeks


Indonesia's Muslims to skip Hajj this year Indonesia's Muslims to skip Hajj this year

Religious affairs minister of Indonesia explains that this decision was made after much consideration, especially regarding health concerns


UN chief calls for probe into US police violence UN chief calls for probe into US police violence

Protests should remain peaceful, while “authorities must show restraint in responding to demonstrators in the US as in any other country in the world,” Guterres believes


Shooting at US Air Force base leaves 2 dead Shooting at US Air Force base leaves 2 dead

Grand Forks Air Force base is the home of the 319th Reconnaissance Wing which operates the RQ-4 Global Hawk drone


Imran Khan defends lifting Coronavirus lockdown Imran Khan defends lifting Coronavirus lockdown

The country has reported 76,398 COVID-19 cases and 1,621 deaths, according to latest data from worldometer


Police chief to Trump: Please, if you can't be constructive, keep your mouth shut Police chief to Trump: Please, keep your mouth shut

US President Donald Trump accused police chiefs of the country of being weak and asked them to dominate the protestors


Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump discuss G7 summit, oil markets over phone Putin, Trump discuss G7 summit, oil markets over phone

Putin and Trump also discuss upon space cooperation and fighting coronavirus, agreeing to continue contacts at various levels


Cyclone Nisarga to hit India’s Maharashtra coast Wednesday: IMD Cyclone Nisarga to hit Maharashtra coast Wednesday: IMD

The storm is currently packing in winds upto 90-100 kmph


Indian PM Modi lists 5 things to build a self-reliant India Modi lists 5 things to build a self-reliant India

“You will get a glimpse of all these in the bold decisions we have taken recently,” says the Prime Minister 


Mexico president kicks off 'new normal' phase amid pandemic Mexico president kicks off 'new normal' phase amid pandemic

López Obrador says he’s taking all necessary precautions


Trump threatens to send military force against protesters Trump threatens to send military force against protesters

If Trump truly sends troops against protesters, this will be an exercise of his federal authority


Tiananmen: Police ban Hong Kong vigil for victims of 1989 crackdown Tiananmen: Police ban Hong Kong vigil for victims of 1989 crackdown

Authorities said the decision was due to health concerns over coronavirus


Trump briefly taken to bunker during White House protests Trump briefly taken to bunker during White House protests

As protesters gathered outside the White House Friday night in Washington, DC, President Donald Trump was briefly taken to the underground bunker 


George Floyd death: Violence erupts across US on sixth day of protests Violence erupts across US on sixth day of protests

Curfews have been imposed in nearly 40 cities, but people have largely ignored them, leading to tense stand-offs


Singapore minister sheepishly admits woolly thinking over cotton Singapore minister sheepishly admits woolly thinking over cotton

Internet users quickly lined up lambast him over the mistake


Queen Elizabeth, 94, pictured horseback riding during lockdown Queen Elizabeth pictured horseback riding during lockdown

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has been pictured riding on horseback in Windsor, west of London, in her first public appearance since the coronavirus lockdown 


Belarus detains dozens of opposition activists Belarus detains dozens of opposition activists

Alexander Lukashenko, who has ruled the country with an iron fist since 1994, has confirmed he will run again


Trump says will place ‘Antifa’ activist group on terror list Trump says will place ‘Antifa’ activist group on terror list

The United States of America will be designating ANTIFA as a Terrorist Organization


Clashes outside White House as US cities under curfew Clashes outside White House as US cities under curfew

Trump administration branding instigators of six nights of rioting as domestic terrorists


At least 50 die in Burkina attacks blamed on jihadists At least 50 die in Burkina attacks blamed on jihadists

Burkina Faso’s armed forces are leading counter-terror operations with increasing frequency


Villagers' battle against Nigerian 'bandits' leaves 18 dead Villagers' battle against Nigerian 'bandits' leaves 18 dead

Eighteen people are killed and others injured


US protests: Trump took shelter in White House bunker US protests: Trump took shelter in White House bunker

Trump has told advisers he worries about his safety, while both privately and publicly praising the work of the Secret Service


US cities under curfew after fresh anti-race protests, looting US cities under curfew after fresh anti-race protests, looting

As the Trump administration branded instigators of five nights of rioting domestic terrorists, there were more confrontations between protestors and police and fresh outbreaks of looting


Defying lockdown, Londoners rally outside US embassy Defying lockdown, Londoners rally outside US embassy

The death of George Floyd in Minnesota has sparked five consecutive nights of often violent protests that resulted in National Guard troops patrolling majority US cities on Sunday


Death toll in Burkina Faso attack hits 30 Death toll in Burkina Faso attack hits 30

A local official put the death toll at "several dozen"


Iran suggests up to 225 killed in November protests Iran suggests up to 225 killed in November protests

The protests erupted on November 15 in Tehran and rapidly spread to at least 100 cities and towns, with petrol pumps torched, police stations attacked and shops looted


Saudis flock to reopened mosques after over two months Saudis flock to reopened mosques after over two months

They have been instructed to bring their own prayer mats and to perform the cleansing ritual, or ablution, at home, instead of in mosque grounds


Kosovo re-ignites trade war with Serbia Kosovo re-ignites trade war with Serbia

Kosovo only abolished a 100-percent tariff on Serbian imports on April 1, ending a blockade that had poisoned ties


Burkina Faso gunmen 'kill 20 at cattle market' in Kompienga Burkina Faso gunmen 'kill 20 at cattle market' in Kompienga

At least 20 people have been killed in eastern Burkina Faso when gunmen stormed a cattle market

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