In Afghanistan, Defense Minister and the country’s Army Chief have reportedly resigned following a recent deadly attack by the Taliban militants. The Afghan presidential palace announced in a post on
In France, voting for the second round of the Presidential election will be held on May 7th as no candidate has secured 50 per cent votes in the first phase.
Britain’s immigration officials have detained 38 Indians, including nine women, for overstaying their visas or working illegally after conducting raids in two clothing factories in the city of Leicester. The
The Nepal cabinet has approved constitution amendment and local polls agreement with Sanghiya Gathbandhan, an alliance of Madeshi and Janjati parties. In a meeting held at Kathmandu today under the
Hailo Technologies, LLC, has sued both Uber and Lyft over alleged infringement of U.S. patent 5,973,619, which describes an “automated vehicle dispatch and payment honoring system.” The patent, filed by
In France, voting for presidential election has begun at 8 am local time amid high security following a deadly attack on Paris police three days ago. About 50,000 police and
Naval exercises between Japan and the United States began in the Western Pacific near waters around the Korean peninsula. In a statement, Japan’s Maritime Self Defence Force said that the
Two senior German conservative politicians have called for the European Union to end discussions with Turkey about EU membership after a vote that handed new powers to Turkish President Tayyip
In Afghanistan, the death toll in yesterday’s Taliban attack on an army base near Mazar-e-Sharif in Balkh province has risen to more than 130. Most of them are Government soldiers.
In Somalia, 52 al-Shabab militants have been killed. Kenya Ministry of Defense said its troops, operating under the African Union Mission in Somalia, have destroyed an al-Shabab camp and seizing