Tehreek-E-Labbaik Pakistan expanding after release of its leader Saad Hussain Rizvi: Report – Times of India

Tehreek E Labbaik Pakistan expanding after release of its leader Saad Hussain

ISLAMABAD: Formerly banned organization Tehreek-E-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) is on a surge after the release of its leader Saad Hussain Rizvi and revoking of its ban by the Imran Khan government. According to the International Forum for Rights and Security (IFFRAS), there was a rather secret deal between TLP and the Imran Khan government reached on … Read more

South Korea reports 3 more Omicron cases – Times of India

South Korea reports 3 more Omicron cases Times of

SEOUL: South Korea on Sunday reported three more Omicron coronavirus variant cases, bringing its total confirmed so far to 12, the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) said. It reported 5,128 new Covid-19 cases for Saturday, a slight decline after reporting a record daily tally of 5,352 a day earlier. The country has reported … Read more

francis: Pope returns to Greek isle at heart of Europe migrant debate – Times of India

francis Pope returns to Greek isle at heart of Europe

LESBOS (Greece): Pope Francis returns Sunday to Lesbos, the Greek island at the heart of a massive wave of migration into Europe six years ago, after pointedly criticizing European governments on their current handling of migrants and refugees during a visit to two hard-hit countries. The 84-year-old Francis will spend just two hours on the … Read more

Indonesia Semeru volcanic eruption kills 13; 10 evacuated – Times of India

Indonesia Semeru volcanic eruption kills 13 10 evacuated Times

JAKARTA: Ten people trapped after Indonesia’s Semeru volcano erupted have been evacuated to safety, the country’s disaster mitigation agency (BNPB) said on Sunday, as the death toll from the disaster climbed to at least 13 and with dozens injured. Semeru, the tallest mountain on Java island, threw up towers of ash and hot clouds on … Read more

semeru: Indonesia volcano death toll rises to 13 – Times of India

semeru Indonesia volcano death toll rises to 13 Times

LUMAJANG: Disaster officials in Indonesia raised the death toll in the eruption of Mount Semeru to 13 on Sunday, as rescuers working through the night freed as many as 10 people from the debris. The sudden eruption of Java’s biggest mountain caught locals by surprise on Saturday, sending thousands fleeing its path of destruction and … Read more

Chris Cuomo: CNN fires presenter over help he gave politician brother

Chris Cuomo CNN fires presenter over help he gave politician

A CNN statement said that a “respected law firm” had been hired to investigate Chris Cuomo’s efforts to help his politician brother fight allegations of sexual harassment. But while that review was happening, “new information has come to light” leading to the network terminating his contract, “effective immediately”. Source link

Biden and Putin to hold call amid Ukraine invasion fears

Biden and Putin to hold call amid Ukraine invasion fears

In a statement released on Saturday evening, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said that Mr Biden will “underscore US concerns with Russian military activities on the border with Ukraine and reaffirm the United States’ support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine” during his call with the Russian president. Source link

taliban: US, West blast Taliban over reported ‘summary killings’ of ex-security forces – Times of India

taliban US West blast Taliban over reported summary killings of

WASHINGTON: The United States on Saturday led a group of Western nations and allies in condemnation of the Taliban over the “summary killings” of former members of the Afghan security forces reported by rights groups, demanding quick investigations. “We are deeply concerned by reports of summary killings and enforced disappearances of former members of the … Read more

Why France faces so much anger in West Africa

Why France faces so much anger in West Africa

In 2017 he told students in the Burkinabe capital, Ouagadougou, that France would back a reform of the CFA franc if African governments wanted this. He also invited civil society, youth and cultural figures to this year’s France-Africa summit in Montpellier, rather than the usual flock of presidents. Source link