June 3, 2023, 6:45 am
At least 20 people have been killed in Sudan’s war-torn Darfur region after a hill collapsed on to their village following heavy rain, a rebel group said Wednesday.
State Minister for Foreign Affairs Md Shahriar Alam today called upon the member states of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to raise voice over Rohingya issue during the upcoming UN General Assembly (UNGA).
Today is the 17th anniversary of a brutal attack on September 11 in the United States.
United States President Donald Trump has received a "very positive" letter from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un seeking a follow-up meeting after their historic summit in Singapore
The death toll from a powerful earthquake in northern Japan last week rose to 44
Hundreds of trucks carrying thousands of troops lined a Pyongyang riverbank in the pale light of dawn early Sunday,
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged the international community to put pressure on Myanmar to take back the forcibly displace Rohingyas.
Florence is likely to surge back to hurricane strength and take aim for the US East Coast states of North or South Carolina, forecasters warned Saturday.
Myanmar’s government looks as if it’s under siege from an international community concerned about the condition of its nascent democracy, with widespread calls for a genocide tribunal to hold its military to account for the b
A senior Iranian nuclear energy official says Tehran is ready to enrich uranium beyond previous levels in case the remaining parties to the country's 2015 nuclear agreement fail to salvage it.
Saudi Arabia shot down a ballistic missile fired by Yemen’s Huthi rebels on Wednesday
Ten people on board a 14-hour Emirates flight from Dubai were taken to hospital in New York on Wednesday after US health authorities mobilized to meet the jet ferrying sick passengers.
A powerful 6.6-magnitude quake rocked the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido Thursday
At least nine people have been reported killed by Typhoon Jebi
A huge fire has engulfed the National Museum of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro, the oldest scientific institution in the country.
Economic growth in the first quarter of the current financial year in India stands at 8.2 percent.
The Pentagon said it would no longer tolerate Pakistan's "lack of actions" when it comes to dealing with militant groups. The latest decision to strip funds comes ahead of a high level visit to the country.
The United States is ending all funding for the UN's Palestinian refugee agency, the US State Department says.
Moving into a small house instead of using the prime minister's office, and spending less money on security — PM Khan's measures are commendable. But economists say Pakistan needs serious efforts to improve the economy.
The firm said this would involve the "mass-production" of autonomous vehicles that would be deployed on Uber's ride sharing network.