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Zahedan, Sistan-Baluchestan Prov, April 27, IRNA – The Public Prosecutor of Zahedan Ali Movahedi Rad confirmed on Thursday that nine Iranian border guards have been martyred by terrorists in an Iran
Tehran, April 27, IRNA – Iranian people have managed to embrace success in an array of spheres and represent themselves as a victorious nation across the world, says presidential candidate Hojatolesl
Tehran, April 27, IRNA – Iranian people have managed to embrace success in an array of spheres and represent themselves as a victorious nation across the world, says presidential candidate Hojatolesl
Election Commission has, however, maintained that EVMs cannot be tampered with
After GERB and the United Patriots has signed the coalitional agreement and President Radev had handed over to future PM Boyko Borisov the mandate for the constituting of the new government, the latte
ISI is planning to launch attacks in the northern state under the code name Operation Krishna India
President Rumen Radev handed to GERB leader Boyko Borisov the mandate for the forming of Bulgaria’s new government, BNR reported. The head of state congratulated Borisov for the coalitional agreement
Journalist Anna Cox shares her memories of reporting on South Africa's first democratic election.
President Jacob Zuma has congratulated Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng on his election as president of the Conference of Constitutional Jurisdictions of Africa.
Caretaker PM Ognyan Gerdzhikov announced in a TV interview that the state revenues over the past three months have increased by EUR 800M on the same period of 2016, quoted by BNR. The premier said thi
Following through on its threat, Venezuela's government announced on Wednesday it is quitting the Organization of American States, accusing the regional body of meddling in its
Durgesh Pathak has also submitted his resignation as co-incharge.
President Donald Trump administration on Wednesday presented a sweeping plan to lower tax rates for individuals and businesses, saying it would create the biggest tax cut in Un
Long lines of queues are witnessed at the box offices at theatres across the country as the Baahubali - The Conclusion is slated for release on April 28 at over 9,000 screens in India and abroad.
The senior leader exuded confidence that the government will not only complete its five years term but also retain power in the 2021 Assembly polls.
Angela Merkel says the future UK-EU relationship can only be discussed once exit issues are resolved.
Argentine president Mauricio Macri is scheduled to meet with his peer Donald Trump at the White House on Thursday to discuss trade and other bilateral agenda issues, the Venezu
An agreement that has resulted in hundreds of thousands of Canadian banking records being sent to the U.S. Internal Revenue Service could violate the
So, presumably, ends one of the strangest careers in the history of Canadian politics. And so, perhaps, begins the Conservative Party's Maxime Bernie
The federal government is launching a three-step plan that aims resolve problems with the public servant payroll system. Later today, Ottawa will ann
Boris Johnson says it would be difficult for the UK to refuse to help US carry out a joint strike on Syria.
The death of an American member of an international monitoring team in eastern Ukraine in a landmine blast, which also injured a Czech colleague, is the latest act of lethal violence putting enormous
AIADMK (Amma) faction's TTV Dhinakaran was brought to Chennai this afternoon by Delhi Police for investigation into the alleged bribing of a middleman to get the two leaves symbol for his faction.
The Council of Ministers on Wednesday approved Bulgaria's positions for the April 27 EU General Affairs Council and the April 29 European Council in an EU27 format (without the UK). The two forums are
Luanda - The chairman of the Security Issues Commission of the National Assembly (Angolan Parliament), Roberto Leal Monteiro ?Ngongo?, last Wednesday in Luanda highlighted the need for a concert of s
The left has shown unprecedented motivation in opposition to Trump.
Bulgaria’s centre-right GERB party leader Boyko Borisov will formally receive the opportunity to form his third government when head of state President Rumen Radev hands him an exploratory mandate on
Said this would enable the people to know what all was being done for their welfare
Luanda - The problems facing women in the African continent are under debate since last Wednesday, in Luanda, at a Conference of Law Career Females, promoted by the Angolan Female Jurists Association
Luanda - The MPLA presidential candidate, João Lourenço, is holding this Thursday talks at the Belas Conference Centre in Luanda, with representatives of youth organizations to exchange views on the
MINSK, Belarus – About 400 people have marched in Belarus’ capital to mark the anniversary of the 1986 Chornobyl nuclear power plant disaster and protest the construction of a nuclear plan
Shadow housing secretary John Healey promises to take "big steps" to deal with the housing crisis.
Air India subsidiary Alliance Air will operate the Delhi-Shimla flight
Pushing for the immediacy of a Lokpal for transparency in government and public life, the Supreme Court on Thursday said the Lokpal and Lokayukta Act of 2013, in its original form, is an "eminen

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