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    Two Indian students stabbed to death, one injured in Ukraine
    Apr11

    Two Indian students stabbed to death, one injured in Ukraine

    Two Indian students at a medical college in Ukraine were stabbed to death while another sustained injuries in the attack on Sunday. Those who died in the Sunday attack allegedly carried out by three Ukrainian nationals have been identified as Pranav Shaindilya from Muzaffarnagar and Ankur Singh from Ghaziabad in Uttar Pradesh. Indrajeet Singh...

    Malaysia’s first sharia-compliant airline suspended
    Apr11

    Malaysia’s first sharia-compliant airline suspended

    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s first Islamic-compliant airline has been suspended for three months after it failed to adhere to aviation regulations, a senior official said Monday, as the government announced a safety audit of the carrier. “Rayani Air has been suspended for three months,” Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, director-general of the...

    Ukraine’s Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk quits
    Apr11

    Ukraine’s Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk quits

    Ukraine’s Prime Minister, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, has announced his resignation following a political crisis that has paralysed the government and frozen the release of western aid for months, “Armenpress” reports, citing The Guardian. …read more Source:...

    G7 Hiroshima Declaration calls for ‘world without nuclear weapons’
    Apr11

    G7 Hiroshima Declaration calls for ‘world without nuclear weapons’

    HIROSHIMA: US Secretary of State John Kerry and G7 foreign ministers on Monday called for a “world without nuclear weapons”, citing North Korea’s sabre-rattling as a key challenge to achieving that goal. “We reaffirm our commitment to seeking a safer world for all and to creating the conditions for a world without nuclear...

    Ukraine's embattled PM announces resignation
    Apr11

    Ukraine's embattled PM announces resignation

    Yatsenyuk became prime minister after Ukraine’s former Russia-friendly president was chased from power in February 2014. …read more Source:...

    G-7 foreign ministers push nuclear disarmament in Hiroshima
    Apr11

    G-7 foreign ministers push nuclear disarmament in Hiroshima

    Japan’s Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida, left, and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry talk after offering wreaths at the cenotaph at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima, western Japan Monday, April 11, 2016. Kerry visited the revered memorial to Hiroshima’s atomic bombing on Monday, delivering a message of peace and hope for a...

    Two Indian students stabbed to death in Ukraine, another injured
    Apr11

    Two Indian students stabbed to death in Ukraine, another injured

    In an unfortunate incident, two Indian students were on Sunday stabbed to death, while one was critically injured in Ukraine. The incident took place in Uzhgorod Medical College of the country. According to initial reports, the condition of the survivor is critical and he is recuperating. “Pranav Shaindilya and Ankur Singh died while...

    Kerry apology for Hiroshima bombing not on table: US official
    Apr11

    Kerry apology for Hiroshima bombing not on table: US official

    Hiroshima (Japan) (AFP) – John Kerry will not apologise for the US atomic bombing of Hiroshima during his visit to the city for weekend G7 talks, a State Department official said Sunday.Speculation has been building that Kerry’s planned visit to a Hiroshima blast memorial on Monday could see the US secretary of state issue a...

    G7 Hiroshima Declaration calls for ‘world without nuclear weapons’
    Apr11

    G7 Hiroshima Declaration calls for ‘world without nuclear weapons’

    HIROSHIMA, Japan: US Secretary of State John Kerry and G7 foreign ministers on Monday called for a “world without nuclear weapons”, citing North Korea’s saber-rattling as a key challenge to achieving that goal. “We reaffirm our commitment to seeking a safer world for all and to creating the conditions for a world without nuclear weapons in...

    North Korea’s repeated provocations is making disarmament harder: G7 Ministers
    Apr11

    North Korea’s repeated provocations is making disarmament harder: G7 Ministers

    G7 foreign ministers gathered at Hiroshima where the US had dropped an atomic bomb in 1945 (AP Photo) The effort to rid the world of nuclear weapons has been made more complex by North Korea’s repeated provocations and by the worsening security environment in Syria and Ukraine, the Group of Seven (G7) foreign ministers said on Monday....

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