Foreign News

U.S. Moves To Shield Saudi Crown Prince In Journalist Killing
November 18, 2022 242 236

The Biden administration declared Thursday that Saudi Arabia's crown prince should be considered immune from a lawsuit over his role in the killing... Read more

North Korea Fires Suspected ICBM After Threatening ‘Fiercer’ Military Action
November 18, 2022 232 231

North Korea fired what appeared to be an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on Friday, according to South Korean and Japanese officials, jus... Read more

Government Blocks Sale Of British Microchip Maker To Chinese-owned Company
November 17, 2022 387 371

The sale of British microchip maker Newport Wafer Fab to a Chinese-owned company has been blocked by Business Secretary Grant Shapps on national se... Read more

Foreign Ministry Welcomes Passing Of UN Resolution On N. Korea's Human Rights
November 17, 2022 327 318

South Korea has welcomed the ratification of a resolution by the UN General Assembly’s Third Committee condemning North Korea for systematic huma... Read more

Republicans Win US House Majority
November 17, 2022 301 290

Republicans were projected to win a majority in the US House of Representatives on Wednesday, setting the stage for two years of divided government... Read more

China’s Expanding Health Diplomacy In Indonesia
November 16, 2022 505 488

An event earlier this month marked an important milestone in the expansion of China’s health diplomacy in Indonesia, which has picked up pace sin... Read more

US President Says Unlikely That Missile That Hit Poland Fired From Russia
November 16, 2022 413 404

The US President said overnight that it was unlikely that a Russian-made missile that impacted on Polish soil, killing two persons, was fired from ... Read more

Australia: No Need For Fifth COVID Vaccine Despite Climbing Cases
November 16, 2022 381 371

Australian health authorities have recommended against receiving a fifth COVID-19 vaccine shot.However, they have urged those eligible to sign up f... Read more

UN Set To Celebrate 8 Billion World Population Milestone
November 15, 2022 639 619

The United Nations on Tuesday will celebrate the world population reaching eight billion people, having taken 12 years to advance from seven billio... Read more

48,000 University Of California Academic Workers Go On Strike
November 15, 2022 581 555

About 48,000 academic employees across the University of California system walked off the job Monday morning, demanding higher pay and improved wor... Read more

U.S. Expects G20 To Condemn Russia's War In Ukraine - U.S. official
November 15, 2022 467 456

The United States expects the G20 group of industrialized nations to condemn Russia's war in Ukraine and its impact on the global economy at the co... Read more

U.S. Treasury Chief Calls For 'Stabilizing' Of Relations With China
November 13, 2022 818 787

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Saturday called on China and the U.S. to stabilize relations ahead of the upcoming G20 Summit in Bali, Indo... Read more

Saudi Crown Prince, Macron Discuss Regional Security in Phone Call
November 13, 2022 713 691

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz has received a phone call from French President Emmanuel Macron, the Saudi Press Agency reported Sun... Read more

Taiwan Says Chinese Fighter Jets Fly Near island
November 13, 2022 646 625

China’s military flew 36 fighter jets and bombers near Taiwan, the Taiwanese defense ministry announced, part of a long-running campaign of intim... Read more

White House: Biden Accepts Top US Border Official Magnus’s Resignation
November 13, 2022 586 567

President Joe Biden has accepted the resignation of US Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Christopher Magnus, the White House said in a sta... Read more

China Reports Record Daily Numbers Of COVID-19 Cases In Beijing, Other Cities
November 13, 2022 548 539

China reported 14,878 new COVID-19 infections for November 12, including a record number of new daily cases in capital city Beijing, as well as in ... Read more

Liz Truss Blamed For Market Turmoil
November 12, 2022 640 614

The man who was sacked as chancellor of the exchequer after his mini-budget of 23 September triggered turmoil on the markets has claimed that the f... Read more

UK, France Underline Urgency Of Addressing Irregular Migration
November 12, 2022 561 544

The UK and France underlined the urgency of addressing irregular migration, a joint statement by the two countries' foreign ministers said on Frida... Read more

Iran Diplomat Summoned By UK Over Threat Claims
November 12, 2022 489 477

Iran's most senior diplomat in Britain has been summoned by the Foreign Office after alleged threats were made against journalists living in the UK... Read more

Cuba Agrees To Accept U.S. Deportation Flights As Border Crossings Rise
November 12, 2022 445 434

Cuba has agreed for the first time since the pandemic to accept U.S. deportation flights carrying Cubans caught at the U.S.-Mexico border, three U.... Read more

Biden, Egypt's Sisi Emphasize Importance Of Us-egypt Partnership
November 12, 2022 393 376

US President Joe Biden and Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, his Egyptian counterpart, emphasized on Friday their "mutual commitment multifaceted U.S.-Egypt st... Read more

Top US Border Official Told To Resign Or Be Fired
November 12, 2022 387 376

The top official tasked with overseeing US border security says he has been asked to resign or be fired.Customs and Border Protection Commissioner ... Read more

Musk Warns Of Twitter Bankruptcy As More Senior Executives Quit
November 12, 2022 358 340

Twitter Inc's new owner Elon Musk on Thursday raised the possibility of the social media platform going bankrupt, capping a chaotic day that includ... Read more

China Reports 10,000 New COVID-19 Cases, Capital Closes Parks
November 11, 2022 523 500

China's capital Beijing has closed city parks and imposed other restrictions as the country faces a new wave of COVID-19 cases.Elsewhere, more than... Read more

EU Says It Won't Accept Russian Passports Issued To Residents In Occupied Ukraine
November 11, 2022 466 449

The European Union announced Thursday that it will not accept Russian travel documents issued for regions of Ukraine that Moscow has claimed to hav... Read more

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