India has extended $200 million lines of credit to Rwanda for its economic development, signed a defence cooperation agreement and will soon open a High Commission here as part of New Delhi’s efforts to bolster the strategic partnership with the fast-developing East African country.
A coalition of South Korean civic groups are suing a pardoned North Korean agent for defamation, after the defendant, Kim Hyon-hui, may have said publicly the families of perished victims were pro-Pyongyang collaborators.
WhatsApp announced limits on the forwarding of messages by its 200 million Indian users in an effort to stop a spate of horrific lynchings and to assuage government threats of legal action in its biggest market.
U.S. President Donald Trump has embraced the long-held narrative of his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin — that U.S. foreign policy, rather than Russian actions, is to blame for the deterioration of relations between the two countries — ahead of a summit meeting in Helsinki.
The UAE has rejected allegations mentioned in an Amnesty International report regarding its management of prisons in Yemen, stressing in a statement issued on Thursday that Yemeni prisons are within the jurisdiction of Yemeni authorities and are solely managed by Yemeni institutions.
The US president has angered many in Britain in the last two years with a series of actions and pronouncements. Some Britons plan to give him a "fitting" reception with an oversized "Trump baby" balloon.
Calling out the media for its biased reporting of crimes committed by African Australians is not about defending criminals or failing to sympathise with victims.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has named his son-in-law as the country’s finance minister after being sworn in to another five-year term, the BBC reports.
A dangerous mission to rescue 12 Thai schoolboys and their soccer coach trapped inside a flooded cave for more than two weeks began on Sunday and authorities said the first survivor may emerge around 11 hours later, Reuters reported.
China pledges retaliation as US tariffs on $34 billion in Chinese imports take effect, putting the world's two biggest economies on a high-stake road towards all-out trade conflict.