India slams Pak at UN, says to introspect
New York [USA], July 9 (ANI): India, has once again, called on the international community to take verifiable actions against terror outfits operating in Pakistan and urged its neighbour to introspect
At Least Six Police Officers Killed In Afghanistan Bomb Blasts
At least six Afghan police officers have been killed in two separate Taliban bombings amid a surge in attacks across the war-torn country.
Three officers were reported killed and 20 other peo
Three Police Officers Killed In Car Bomb In Southern Afghanistan
At least three Afghan police officers have been killed in a car bombing in the southern province of Kandahar, officials say.
Twenty other people were reported wounded in the July 8 attack in
US General Skeptical That Bounties Led to Troops' Deaths
WASHINGTON - The top U.S. general for the Middle East said Tuesday that the intelligence suggesting that Russia may have paid Taliban militants to kill American troops in Afghanistan was worrisome,
Afghan Female Politician Wounded In Attack
A female Afghan politician and her driver were wounded in a gun attack in the morning of July 6, in her native province of Logar, local police said.
Gunmen targeted the vehicle carrying Nafis
Indian spinner set to play Caribbean league at 48
Indian leg-spinner Pravin Tambe is set to play in the Caribbean Premier League at 48 years of age as the six franchises announced their teams on Monday.
The Democrats Disastrous, Militarist Climate Plan
The habitability of the earth and the viability of lesser evilism are on the ropes, and incrementalism is thriving even in the current moment of increased activism for radical change. Just take a l
Xinhua world news summary at 0600 GMT, July 9
WASHINGTON -- U.S. Republican Senator Lamar Alexander said Tuesday he disagrees with President Donald Trump's decision to officially quit the World Health Organization (WHO).
"I disagree wit
1st LD: Car bomb blast rocks army's camp in E. Afghanistan: official
MAIDAN SHAR, Afghanistan, July 9 (Xinhua) -- A massive car bomb explosion rocked an Afghan National Army (ANA) military camp in eastern Wardak province on early Thursday, causing destruction, a loc
Taliban commander among 20 killed in raid in E. Afghanistan
KABUL, July 8 (Xinhua) -- Afghan forces stormed militants' hideouts in Khogiani district of Afghanistan's eastern Nangarhar province on Tuesday killing 20 militants including Taliban local commande
Car bombing kills 2 policemen, wounds 4 in S. Afghanistan
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan, July 8 (Xinhua) -- Two policemen have been confirmed dead and four others wounded as militants detonated a car bomb next to police station of Shah Walikot district, Afghanist
China, Afghanistan, Pakistan Seek Orderly Foreign Troop Exit
ISLAMABAD - China, Afghanistan and Pakistan are calling for a "responsible" withdrawal of U.S.-led international forces from Afghanistan to prevent what they say is "potential terrorist resurgence"
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La caza furtiva de jaguares aumenta en Sudamérica y Centroamérica
Un nuevo estudio vincula el comercio y la matanza de los grandes felinos a la inversión de empresas chinas en estas regiones.
Where Jaguars Are Killed, New Common Factor Emerges: Chinese Investment
Poaching of the big cats is on the rise, and a new study links their slaughter to corruption as well as investment from Chinese companies.
Suriname’s President Shrugs Off Murder Sentence in Re-election Bid
If President Desi Bouterse can hang on to immunity, past crimes could become just another chapter in his four-decade battle to stay in power.
El banquero filósofo que estremece a Surinam
Steven Coutinho siempre había querido ayudar a su país a superar su pasado colonial. Un gran escándalo financiero le dio la oportunidad.
A Philosopher-Banker Who’s Shaking Up a Nation
Steven Coutinho had long wanted to help Suriname, his homeland, overcome its colonial past. A huge financial scandal gave him his chance.
Amsterdam Considers Apology for Slavery in Former Colony
A reckoning is afoot, centuries after the city became a co-owner of what was then the South American colony of Suriname.
Review: In ‘Good Luck,’ Miners in Serbia and Suriname Share a Cinematic Link
Weaving a spiritual conversation with breathtaking camera work among groups of people who will never meet but share desperation, dreams and camaraderie.
A Pioneering Woman of Science Re‑Emerges After 300 Years
Maria Sibylla Merian captivated Europeans with her studies of insects, only to later have her work largely dismissed. Now, her findings are being celebrated again.
A Mother’s Love? Of Course. Her Citizenship? Not So Fast.
Laws in 27 countries say that only fathers, not mothers, confer their nationality on a child. If Dad is dead or missing, Baby may wind up stateless.
The Shade of This Oranje Is Fading Fast
Iceland's 1-0 victory over the Dutch in Amsterdam and Turkey's 3-0 whipping of the Netherlands herald a major shift in the balance of power in Europe.
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