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World  /  Published 27.05.22

Texas: Focus on police response

As families in Uvalde, Texas, began making funeral arrangements on what should have been a joyous last day of school before summer vacation, more details surrounding the hour of terror inside Robb Ele...
By J. David Goodman, Frances Robles, Natalie Kitroeff in Texas

Opinion  /  Published 23.02.22

Golden silence: Russia

Russian troops had invaded a part of Ukraine. The Kremlin claimed the move was aimed at protecting the safety and interests of Russian-origin people in the territory it had occupied. The world critici...
By Charu Sudan Kasturi

World  /  Published 02.02.22

US orders kin of embassy staff to leave Belarus

With large-scale Russian military exercises set to begin in Belarus, the US has ordered the departure of family members of US government employees, citing “an increase in unusual and concerning ...
By Michael Schwirtz

World  /  Published 20.10.21

FB to pay $14m to settle civil claims

Facebook Inc has agreed to pay up to $14.25 million to settle civil claims by the US government that the social media company discriminated against US workers and violated federal recruitment rules, U...
By Reuters in Washington

Business  /  Published 20.09.21

Anger over Mastercard ban

A senior US trade official privately criticised India’s July decision to ban Mastercard Inc from issuing new cards, calling it a “draconian” move that caused “panic”, acc...
By Reuters in New Delhi


World  /  Published 27.08.21

250,000 Afghans ‘still to be airlifted’

At least 250,000 Afghans who may be eligible for expedited American visas remain in Afghanistan, far too many for American forces to rescue before their deadline to leave next week, new estimates sugg...
By Larry Buchanan, Lauren Leatherby in New York

Business  /  Published 23.08.21

Rise in funds parked in US govt papers

India’s holding of US government securities surged more than $20 billion in just three months ended June to $220.2 billion amid rising foreign exchange reserves. Compared with June last year, w...
By PTI in New Delhi

World  /  Published 19.08.21

Agencies had warned of fall

Classified assessments by American spy agencies over the summer painted an increasingly grim picture of the prospect of a Taliban takeover of Afghanistan and warned of the rapid collapse of the Afghan...
By Mark Mazzetti, Julian E. Barnes, Adam Goldman in Washington

World  /  Published 14.08.21

Militants’ advance puts pressure on Pak

The Taliban are claiming towns and territories across Afghanistan. With each victory, scrutiny is falling on the leaders of neighbouring Pakistan. For decades, Pakistan has served as a sanctuary for ...
By Emily Schmall in New York

World  /  Published 09.08.21

HK to adopt China’s anti-sanctions law

Hong Kong’s justice secretary said on Sunday that a mainland Chinese law to counter foreign sanctions could also be adopted in the China-ruled city by writing it into Hong Kong’s mini-cons...
By Reuters in Hong Kong


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