Zara Jawad - 1 year ago
/ Nasir Mahmood - 1 year ago
The Standing Committee of the People's Congress of China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region amended its anti-extremism law to allow local authorities to set up so-called re-education camps for people accused of extremism, a move which comes amid growing international concern over mass disappearances of Uyghurs in Xinjiang.
/ Rayyan Hanif - 1 year ago
Ukrainian Ambassador to Budapest Liubov Nepop was summoned to the Hungarian Foreign Ministry over "a death list" of Hungarians in Ukraine who allegedly had dual citizenship, media reported on Wednesday.
/ Sehar Sial - 1 year ago
Russian Foreign Ministry's spokeswoman Maria Zakharova described on Wednesday the Ukrainian authorities' plans to impose sanctions on several Ukrainian TV channels as "information banditry."
/ Test Dummy Writer - 1 year ago
A senior campaign aide to Donald Trump, a Republican candidate at the time, considered hiring an Israeli firm of former intelligence agents to influence voters on social media and gather information about Trump's main opponent Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential election, The New York Times reported.
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The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, ADNOC, and Baker Hughes, a General Electric company, today signed a strategic partnership agreement that will enable and support the growth and development of ADNOC’s subsidiary, ADNOC Drilling, into a fully integrated drilling and well construction provider.
Rayyan Hanif - 1 year ago
Talha Hussain - 1 year ago
/ Mehar Shafiq - 1 year ago
Authorities of Catalonia need to put their fiery rhetoric aside and decide whether they want peace with Madrid, Spanish cabinet spokeswoman Isabel Celaa said Friday.
/ Zara Jawad - 1 year ago
The United States supports Kosovo's plan to create a national army that meets NATO standards and is defensive in nature, the US Embassy in Pristina said on Friday.