Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Gautam Gambhir yesterday slammed party leader Kapil Mishra for his “provocative” remark amid clashes that has claimed 10 lives and injured many others in the national capital.
The government has directed the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to ensure that all airlines get a health declaration from passengers travelling to Pakistan.
Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg met Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai at Britain’s University of Oxford yesterday and posed for a photo together.
Greek riot police fired tear gas yesterday to disperse angry locals on the islands of Lesbos and Chios protesting the planned construction of controversial new migrant camps.
Germany increased security at some carnival processions yesterday after a local man ploughed his car into a parade in the western German town of Volkmarsen, injuring around 60 people, including at least 18 children.
A lawyer for Julian Assange yesterday accused the US of “boldly and blatantly” misstating facts about the WikiLeaks founder’s conduct, on the second day of his extradition hearing in Britain.
A committee in Colombia’s lower house of Congress will investigate allegations by an ex-senator who fled the country that President Ivan Duque participated in vote-buying and sought to have her assassinated, the head of the panel said.
Four Malaysian parties yesterday rejected veteran leader Mahathir Mohamed’s proposal for a unity government that could have strengthened his grip, calling instead for an election to end the political turmoil after he quit as prime minister.
President Rodrigo Duterte called on the public to rise above “petty political differences” as he joined the country in commemorating the 34th anniversary of the People Power Revolution, yesterday.