World News | Daily sun | 2019-07-22

US to continue negotiation with N.Korea: Pompeo

US to continue negotiation with N.Korea: Pompeo

North Korea’s state media Korean Central News Agency reported on Thursday that Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, supervised the test-firing of a new tactical guided weapon on Wednesday


Amid violence in Libya, Sushma Swaraj asks Indians to leave Tripoli immediately Sushma asks Indians to leave Tripoli immediately

Libya has been struggling to make a democratic transition amid insecurity and chaos ever since the fall of former leader Muammar Gaddafi’s regime in 2011


Ukraine presidential rivals trade barbs in stadium debate Ukraine presidential rivals trade barbs in debate

Comedian Volodymyr Zelensky and incumbent president Petro Poroshenko shook hands before launching scathing attacks on one another


14 injured after 12 coaches of train derail in India 14 injured after 12 coaches of train derail in India

The passengers were brought to the Kanpur Central railway station, from where they left for New Delhi in a special train


Libya crisis: Trump speaks to insurgent General Haftar Trump speaks to Libya insurgent general

Tripoli is the seat of Libya's UN-backed and internationally recognised government


Stone laying ceremony of Hindu temple in UAE on Saturday Stone laying ceremony of Hindu temple in UAE on Saturday

The main ceremony will see the priests sanctify pink sandstones that will be used to set foundation of the temple


SC overturned death penalty in 78pc cases: report SC overturned death penalty in 78pc cases: report

A UK-based non-governmental organisation in a report submitted to the minister for law and justice has disclosed that the Supreme Court over the last few years has overturned the death penalty in 78 % cases


Woman's brutal killing in Bangladesh triggers protests Nusrat murder in Bangladesh triggers protests

Tens of thousands of people attended Rafis funeral prayers in Feni, and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina promised Rafis family that those responsible would be punished


Jail Superintendent branded Om on my back: Tihar undertrial Jail Superintendent branded Om on my back: Tihar undertrial

Nabbir told that the superintendent not only denied him food for two days in the name of Navratra but also told him that he would convert him to Hinduism


Kabir Sumon calls for rejecting BJP in election through song (Video) Kabir Sumon asks not to vote BJP (Video)

On information of the song, released in youtube, Kabir criticises Narendra Modi let BJP for its’ communal politics and anti-Muslim rhetoric


Ministers of ‘no use’ will be removed: PM Imran Ministers of ‘no use’ will be removed: PM Imran

Prime minister Imran Khan says,"I want to tell all the ministers that any­one of no use for the country will be replaced with the one who is beneficial"


‘House of horrors’ children forgives parents ‘House of horrors’ children forgives parents

A California couple's children have forgiven them for years of torture and starvation as the parents were sentenced to life in prison


Mueller report: Subpoena issued for unredacted version Mueller report: Subpoena issued for unredacted version

A subpoena demanding the release of the full report into Russian meddling during the 2016 election has been issued, amid claims the current version "leaves most of Congress in the dark"


Ex-Peru president's daughter reads suicide note at funeral Ex-Peru president's daughter reads suicide note at funeral

Thousands have turned out for the funeral of Peru's ex-President Alan García, who killed himself this week


US marine 'arrested over N Korea embassy raid in Madrid' US marine 'arrested over N Korea embassy raid in Madrid'

American authorities have arrested a former US Marine who is allegedly part of a group that raided North Korea's embassy in Madrid, reports say


13 killed in church collapse in South Africa 13 killed in church collapse in South Africa

The accident happens late Thursday when a brick wall under a makeshift roof collapsed during a service at a Pentecostal church, a converted hangar, in the town of Ndlangubo, north of Durban, in KwaZulu-Natal province


N Ireland journalist shot dead during Derry rioting N Ireland journalist shot dead during Derry rioting

The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) describes McKee as "one of the most promising journalists" in Northern Ireland


Why India sees sex on false promise of marriage as rape Why India sees sex on false promise of marriage as rape

The Indian Supreme Court recently answered this question with a "yes"


All Notre-Dame paintings to be removed as officials head inside All Notre-Dame paintings to be removed as officials head inside

Four works are in an area that is still considered risky, however


India suspends Kashmir border trade with Pakistan India suspends Kashmir border trade with Pakistan

The home ministry said trade would be suspended until a stricter inspection mechanism is in place


Congress leader Hardik Patel slapped during a public gathering (WATCH) Congress leader Hardik Patel slapped

Hardik Patel files a complaint with the police with regard to the incident


Libya crisis: PM Fayez al-Serraj condemns ‘silence’ of allies Libya's PM condemns 'silence' of allies

Fayez al-Serraj is facing down an insurgency led by eastern commander Gen Khalifa Haftar


Muhammadu Buhari signs minimum wage bill into law Buhari signs minimum wage bill into law

The bill, which approved 30,000 nairas (about $83.33) as the new national wage a month, was passed by both chambers of National Assembly 


Rahul Gandhi gets election body notice over Rahul gets EC notice over "Nyay" banners in Amethi

The poll panel says action will be taken if the Congress chief is unable to give a satisfactory reply


Aussie doctors bestowed Thai royal honors for cave rescue Australian doctors bestowed Thai royal honors

Both highly skilled divers, the doctors played key roles in rescuing members of the Wild Boars soccer team and their coach in Chiang Rai province last July


At least 13 dead in South Africa church collapse 13 dead in South Africa church collapse

The report says the collapse at the Pentecostal church occurred as an Easter season service was underway


Israel demolishes home of Palestinian charged with killing Israel demolishes home of Palestinian

Israel often demolishes homes of alleged Palestinian assailants or their families, saying it deters future attacks


Pakistan PM Imran Khan changes ministers' portfolios in major cabinet reshuffle Imran Khan changes ministers' portfolios in cabinet reshuffle

The reshuffle comes as the South Asian nation is going through a serious economic crisis


Wild elephant tramples 5 people to death in Odisha Wild elephant tramples 5 people to death in India

A man and his two-year-old daughter were among those killed in the incident


Trump will be new Japanese Emperor's first foreign guest Trump will be new Japanese Emperor's first foreign guest

Japan's new emperor has yet to ascend the throne, but he already has his first foreign guest lined up: United States President Donald Trump


If Rahul Gandhi becomes Prime Minister, I will sit by his side: Deve Gowda If Rahul Gandhi becomes Prime Minister, Deve will sit by his side

The JD(S) chief, who along with his two grandsons is contesting the ongoing Lok Sabha elections, also made it clear that he was not retiring from active politics


Journalist shot dead in Northern Ireland rioting Journalist shot dead in Northern Ireland rioting

The 29-year-old investigative journalist Lyra McKee died after she was shot during rioting in the Creggan area


No Pakistani soldier or citizen died in Balakot air strike: Sushma Swaraj No Pakistani soldier or citizen died in Balakot air strike: Sushma

The IAF had struck a Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorist training camp in Pakistan’s Balakot area on February 26, in response to the February 14 Pulwama terror attack in which 40 CRPF personnel were killed


Priyanka Gandhi to visit Amethi and hold road show Priyanka Gandhi to visit Amethi and hold road show

Priyanka will address a corner meeting at Amethi’s Phoolbagh crossing and end her road show at Bada Chauraha from where she will leave for Lucknow by road


Mukesh Ambani endorses Congress' Milind Deora India's richest man in surprise poll twist

His support was declared in a video tweeted by Mr Deora, a former MP, close to midnight on Wednesday


Mali violence: PM and entire government resigns Mali government resigns as violence surges

Mali has been struggling to control violence since Al-Qaeda-linked Islamist extremists gripped the desert north of the country in 2012


Canada avalanche: Three professional climbers believed killed in Rockies 3 professional climbers believed killed in avalanche

The three mountaineers were attempting to scale Howse Peak and failed to check in on schedule


Second phase of Lok Sabha poll ends 'peacefully' Second phase of Lok Sabha poll ends

On Thursday, the polling was held in 95 parliamentary constituencies spread across 11 states and one Union Territory


Putin envoy in Caracas rejects US revival of Monroe Doctrine Putin envoy in Caracas rejects US revival of Monroe Doctrine

Venezuela's reliance on Russia grows amid the country's unfolding crisis, Vladimir Putin's point man in Caracas is pushing back on the U.S. revival of a doctrine used for generations to justify military interventions

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