The employee, Humidor Rashid, was charged for obtaining visa for an employee under false assurances, underpaying her and coercively detaining her by threatening her and taking away her passport.
The allegations are based on plea-bargain testimony from JBS SA executives, who say they paid Temer at least $4.6 million in bribes.
The event does just a day after a similar attack was prevented in Paris’s Champs-Elysées. The police is calling it a terrorist attack.
While May is unwilling to budge on reconsidering Brexit, she says she is trying to deliver a Brexit which commands “maximum public support”.
The H-1B visa for skilled workers in the US is one that many IT companies like Tata Consultancy Services and Infosys rely upon heavily.
US executives are increasingly being asked by their CEOs to explain and assess the impact of the apparent rise in communal violence in India.
A young entrepreneur from a refugee camp in Algeria has opened the first pizzeria run only by women; their speciality is the camel pizza.
With Narendra Modi visiting Israel soon, we ask ambassador Daniel Carmon about relations with India, the stalled peace process and the building of Israeli settlements on Palestinian land in violation of the Geneva Conventions.
There are refugees, there are migrants and then there are the millions who live in legal limbo because they defy easy categorisation. But everyone is just looking for a place to call home.
“We’re here today to say that in cooking, in the kitchen, there are no differences. We’re all the same, we’re all human.”
According to the United Nations Refugee Agency, nearly 66 million people were forcibly displaced from their homes last year as a result of persecution, violence and human rights violations.
Even though unrealistic targets and poor ground-level implementation have hobbled the multi-national initiative, it should be fixed rather than abandoned.
Despite previous reports of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s death in US-led airstrikes, neither Moscow nor Washington are able to confirm his death, yet.
The allegation is that the government is spying with the help of a software known as Pegasus, which Israeli company NSO Group sold to Mexico’s government.
The 2,000-strong militant leftist National Liberation Army (ELN) frequently kidnaps Colombians and foreigners for ransom and political leverage.
Top UN peacekeeping official in the country David Shearer claimed that the splintering of the erstwhile bipolar conflict has escalated and spread the scope of violence in the country.
The move came after Israel refused to cover the shortfall in payment by the Palestinian Authority which refused to pay for Hamas controlled enclaves.
The strife-ridden nation signed the accord with 13 of the 14 armed groups in the country in a deal brokered by the Roman Catholic Sant’Egidio peace group.
Hundreds of UN staff from various agencies and services took part in token work stoppage on June 16, to protest a proposed cut of over 7.5% to salaries.
The attack at a Bamako resort was the latest in a string of attacks that the Islamist alliance in Mali claims to have perpetrated.
After a US warplane shot down a Syrian Army fighter jet, Russia warned the US it would treat their planes in the conflict zone as potential targets.
Macron’s efforts to enact his ambitious reform agenda amidst a budget deficit with a restive populace will be his legislature’s Rorschach test.
Migrants, who serve as a vital, yet expendable buffer to Singapore’s workforce negotiate through a web of costly middlemen to get employed in the country.
Fighting in Marawi City has entered a fifth week and nearly 350 people have been killed.
All hands are on deck to battle the worst forest fire in the history of the country, as citizens demand an explanation for the unprecedented crisis.
The pan-American organisation stood at a deadlock regarding a resolution to criticise the Venezuelan government for the crisis, while Venezuela itself pulled out in protest.
The tight media censorship and backlash against dissent in the country has resulted in 36 such incidents since 2015.
Potential Trump administration responses also include redirecting or withholding some aid to Pakistan and eventually downgrading Pakistan’s status as a major non-NATO ally.
Otto Warmbier was released after spending 17 months being imprisoned by the North Korean government for allegedly stealing an item bearing a propaganda slogan.
The planets are rocky and 1.75 times the size of Earth, and are being referred to as ‘super-Earths’ or ‘mini-Neptunes’.
France is counting on its new president to bring down unemployment and public debt – will he be able to do it?
The dual-track market approach, township-village enterprises and enhanced fiscal-federalism are important lessons the Modi government must imbibe if it wishes to enhance economic efficiency.
Al-Qaeda and ISIS have both encouraged would-be terrorists to use vehicles like cars and trucks as weapons.
Indicators of a better quality of life and social status are moving away from shiny cars and fancy jewellery to things like expensive magazine subscriptions, which help boost one’s cultural capital.
The sailors went missing after the US Navy Destroyer was wrecked in a collison with a Philippines-flagged merchant vessel south of Tokyo Bay on Saturday.
The New-York-based Human Rights Watch detailed at least 36 recent cases of violence against dissidents and over 100 imprisoned critics in Vietnam.
The Syrian regime claimed that the US-led coalition was trying to undermine its efforts, while the US claimed that the jet was taken down in self-defence .
The new government will scrap plans to build new power plants and wind down operations in existing plants while moving focus towards renewable energy.
When India needed urgent military equipment in 1971, Israeli leader Golda Meir’s foresight on the potential of diplomatic ties allowed Israel to come to India’s aid, albeit secretly.
India, along with other BRICS nations hammered out a future roadmap for security, cooperation and exchange in Beijing this week.