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Protest erupts over Bangladesh president’s India visit

Protesters accused the neigbouring country of giving shelter to China and Pakistan for carrying out anti-Indian activities. An effigy of Hamid was also burnt by the protesters who were later controlled by the police. Hamid is on a five-day visit...

Electric sportscars blur the need for speed

Sports car drivers have long revelled in the muscular horsepower of their combustion-engined supercars, with the time it takes to reach 100 km per hour (kph) from a standing start a major selling point for some venerable brands. But electric...

India, with eye on China ties, bans Tibetans from holding New Delhi rally

Relations between China and India have been tense in recent months after their troops faced off on a disputed part of their border. China was also angered by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's February visit to northeastern state of Arunachal...

Schumer will support Trump on tariffs if narrowly targeted against China

Trump has conflated his plan to tariff imported steel and aluminum with the renegotiation of the trilateral NAFTA treaty among the U.S., Mexico and Canada. "Mr. President: focus on China! Go after China and do it in a smart, focused...

Saudi crown prince receives a royal welcome at Buckingham palace

Prime Minister Theresa May defended Britain's links to defence and security ally Saudi Arabia, as vans bearing welcome messages for the crown prince were driven around Westminster. A fiery exchange in parliament between May and opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy...

Sri Lanka declares state of emergency after Buddhist-Muslim clashes

The move came after police said Sinhalese mobs targeted the properties of minority Muslims in eastern and central Sri Lanka, incensed by the death of a Sinhalese truck driver after a clash with Muslim youths in the central Kandy...

Chanel takes Paris for a walk in the woods

The Chanel display, on the last day of Paris Fashion Week, featured some wholly unsuitable attire for a winter's hike, from golden over-the-knee boots to little black slip dresses. Among the guests crouched on benches cut from logs were Keira...

Huge waves crash over houses in Massachusetts

More than 1.5 million customers remained without power throughout the eastern of the country on Sunday (March 4), and communities on the New England coast faced more flooding two days after a powerful storm snapped trees, downed wires and...

Cosby’s lawyers try to block 19 accusers from next assault trial

A smiling, laughing Cosby arrived at court in Norristown, Pennsylvania, minutes before the scheduled start of the second day of a pretrial hearing. He hugged his defense lawyers, who aimed to convince Judge Steven O'Neill that Cosby would be denied...

U.S. House Speaker Ryan: Trump’s planned steel, aluminum tariffs too broad

"There is clearly abuse occurring," said U.S. Speaker Paul Ryan at a press briefing by Republican lawmakers. "Clearly there is over-capacity, dumping and trans-shipping of steel and aluminum by some countries, particularly China. But I think the smarter way...

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Black lives matter says Meghan, calling U.S. events “devastating”

Meghan, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, has spoken about events following the death of George Floyd saying she...

Bill Gates on coronavirus vaccine, second wave and U.S. elections

Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates, who co-founded Microsoft, said on Thursday (June 4) he was hopeful efforts to manufacture a vaccine for coronavirus...

Protesters should be tested for COVID-19 – NY governor

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Thursday (June 4) said several days and nights of demonstrations in the state after the killing...

2 hospitalized in Katy after being shot

HOUSTON - Harris County District 4 Police responded to the 18600 block of Rock Flats Revive after multiple people were shot in...

Male shot in Tanner Park

HOUSTON - Houston Police responded to the 10900 block of Tanner Park after a man was shot last night.