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Three women journalists shot dead in Afghanistan

Three women journalists shot dead in Afghanistan

Three women who worked for a local radio and TV station in eastern Afghanistan have been gunned down in separate attacks. 

Shokrullah Pasoon, of Enikass Radio and TV in Jalalabad, said one of the women, Mursal Wahidi, was walking home when gunmen opened fire, according to eyewitnesses.

The other two, whom Pasoon identified only as Shahnaz and Sadia, were shot and killed in a separate incident, also walking home from work.
Two other people, apparently passersby, were wounded in the shooting attack.

Zalmai ...Details»

Saudi prince 'approved Khashoggi killing' - US

Saudi prince 'approved Khashoggi killing' - US

A US intelligence report has found that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved the murder of exiled Saudi journalist ...Details»

US officially rejoins Paris climate agreement

US officially rejoins Paris climate agreement

The United States will officially again become a party to the Paris climate agreement on Friday after a four-month break.

US ...Details»

Facebook started restricting users from viewing or sharing Australian news

Facebook started restricting users from viewing or sharing Australian news

Facebook started restricting users from viewing or sharing Australian news on Wednesday, because of a proposed law in the country ...Details»

Anti-military protests on Myanmar`s highways

Anti-military protests on Myanmar`s highways

Anti-military protesters have taken positions in the important cities of Myanmar after a fearful night. 

It was the largest protest rally in ...Details»

UN urged for imposing sanctions on Myanmar

UN urged for imposing sanctions on Myanmar

The United Nations human rights investigator for Myanmar has urged the UN Security Council to consider imposing sanctions on Myanmar. ...Details»

Joe Biden calls on Myanmar`s military to step down

Joe Biden calls on Myanmar`s military to step down

US President Joe Biden has called on Myanmar's military to "relinquish power" by releasing political leaders, including Aung San Suu ...Details»

US President threatens sanctions on Myanmar

US President threatens sanctions on Myanmar

US President Joe Biden on Monday threatened new sanctions on Myanmar after its military staged a coup and arrested the ...Details»

Suu Kyi and other Myanmar figures detained

Suu Kyi and other Myanmar figures detained

Myanmar President Aung San Suu Kyi and other senior ruling party figures have been detained by the military.

A party spokesman ...Details»

Farmers, police clash in Delhi

Farmers, police clash in Delhi

Tens of thousands of Indian farmers have stormed the Mughal-era Red Fort complex in the national capital to demand the ...Details»