Prime Minister Imran Khan has been recognised with a “Lifetime Achievement” award by two leading British Sikh organisations during the 550th birth anniversary celebrations of the founder of the Sikh faith, Guru Nanak.
Thousands of Colombians took to the streets yesterday to demonstrate against liberal economic policies and armed conflict, amid fears from the government that the country could join the violent protest wave sweeping other Latin American countries.
A French police officer appeared in court yesterday for hurling a paving stone at protesters during a “yellow vest” rally, the first member of the security forces to face trial after numerous allegations of police brutality during the weekly protests.
After a hectic five days of politicking in New Delhi, the political action returned to Maharashtra again yesterday as the Shiv Sena, Nationalist Congress Party and Congress finalised their government formation plans, according to sources in the parties.
Australia’s Prime Minister yesterday denied his climate policies had caused unprecedented bushfires ravaging the country and insisted his government was doing enough to tackle global warming.
Sri Lanka’s newly elected president Gotabaya Rajapaksa yesterday swore in his elder brother, former president Mahinda Rajapaksa, as prime minister, cementing the powerful family’s political comeback.
Inside the increasingly empty and trashed campus of a Hong Kong university only a handful of activists held out on Thursday as they desperately searched for ways to escape or hide while squads of police encircled the grounds.
Sixteen people have been found sealed inside a trailer on a ferry bound for the Irish port of Rosslare, shipping operator Stena Line said on Thursday.