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China eyes on increasing military engagements in Africa through its Belt and Road Initiative
International

China eyes on increasing military engagements in Africa through its Belt and Road Initiative

China's military base in Djibouti isn't the only sign of Chinese security engagement in Africa but the investments through the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in Africa can also motivate both Beijing and host countries to increase China's military engagement on the continent.

Hong Kong court finds journalist guilty for exposing police failures
International

Hong Kong court finds journalist guilty for exposing police failures

As China continues to impose severe crackdowns on the people of Hong Kong, an award-winning Hong Kong journalist was found guilty of a crime on Thursday for using a public database to expose police failings, the first time a member of the news media has faced prosecution in the Chinese territory for an act of reporting.

Blinken, Kerry to attend Leaders' Climate Summit alongside Biden, Harris
International

Blinken, Kerry to attend Leaders' Climate Summit alongside Biden, Harris

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry will join President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and other US cabinet secretaries and private sector and civil society leaders at the Leaders' Summit on Climate.

US President Joe Biden plans to cut emissions at least in half by 2030
International

US President Joe Biden plans to cut emissions at least in half by 2030

US President Joe Biden will pledge to cut greenhouse gas emissions at least in half by 2030, The Washington Post reported citing two people familiar with the matter.

China's shortcomings on big vaccine promises hurting other nations
International

China's shortcomings on big vaccine promises hurting other nations

Though China has made big promises over its vaccine diplomacy, concerns over the efficacy of its vaccine and repeated delays of shipments to other nations are denting their fight against COVID-19.

Scholars, researchers face abuse, sanctions amid China's growing attempts to silence Xinjiang critics
International

Scholars, researchers face abuse, sanctions amid China's growing attempts to silence Xinjiang critics

Amid international condemnation over numerous human rights abuses against Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang, several China researchers are facing abuse and sanctions as Beijing is amping up its efforts to silence and intimidate critics.

Harsh Vardhan to meet health ministers of 11 states tomorrow over COVID-19 situation
National

Harsh Vardhan to meet health ministers of 11 states tomorrow over COVID-19 situation

Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan will chair a meeting with health ministers of 11 states and Union Territories on Tuesday, said sources.

India records biggest daily COVID-19 spike with over 1 lakh cases
National

India records biggest daily COVID-19 spike with over 1 lakh cases

Hitting a grim milestone, India recorded over 1 lakh COVID-19 cases in a span of 24 hours, the highest single daily spike in infections since the pandemic started last year.

Former Crown Prince of Jordan says in a video that he is under 'house arrest'
International

Former Crown Prince of Jordan says in a video that he is under 'house arrest'

Jordan's former crown prince and half brother of King Abdullah II, on Saturday claimed he has been placed under house arrest amid a series of arrests in the kingdom of several high ranking people, including a member of the royal family and a longtime confidant of the monarch.

Jordan Royal, Palace Official Arrested for alleged plot against King Abdullah II
International

Jordan Royal, Palace Official Arrested for alleged plot against King Abdullah II

The palace of Jordan's former crown prince in Amman was raided on Saturday (local time) and two of his senior aides arrested after officials uncovered what they believed was an attempted coup against the kingdom's ruling monarch King Abdullah II, state media reported.

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