The death of Abdirahman Abdi, a Somali immigrant, after his arrest, has come to the forefront of the Black Lives Matter movement in Canada.
The Cabinet has approved important changes to the GST Bill, key being the decision to cut the 1% inter-state tax. These changes go towards meeting some of Congress’ demanded changes to the Bill.
Pope Francis arrived in Krakow and criticised the Polish government’s anti-immigrant stance. He also declared that the Europe attacks are about war and not religion.
Trump, in a public statement, urged Russia to find Clinton’s missing emails while denying any personal connection to Russian President Putin.
Chinese troops had infiltrated the Barahoti ground in Chamoli, Uttarakhand, which has remained a disputed area since 1957.
Erdogan is continuing his crackdown on the military faction and media outlets that supported the coup. Turkey claims the coup was orchestrated by Gulen’s followers.
UNHCR is struggling to accommodate a massive influx of refugees, mostly women and children who are fleeing conflict in South Sudan.
Pakistan has been ruled by the military for almost half its history and repeatedly swung between democracy and military rule.
ISIS is threatening more attacks against Afghanistan’s Hazara minority.
By catering to an affluent community cut off from the reality of the poor, the South Asian literary community hides the true costs of climate change.
Malaysia’s Prime Minister Najib Razak faces popular protest as he tries to put in place the National Security Council Act, amidst allegations of fraud and embezzlement.
One of the largest ever dinosaur footprints has been found 64km away from the town of Sucre in Bolivia, possibly belonging to the biped abelisaurus.
‘Useless’ bomb detectors are being used by security personnel throughout the Middle East, serving no real purpose other than being a symbolic deterrent.
Venezuelan President Maduro is opposing calls for a constitutional mid-term referendum while the country suffers an economic crisis, including a recession and the world’s highest inflation rate.
Philippines foreign minister has stated that omitting the arbitration ruling from an ASEAN statement was a joint decision, and not a Chinese victory.
A year after a devastating earthquake in Nepal, survivors struggling with debt are starting to consider other means such as organ trade and trafficking.
North Korea continues to ignore international condemnation for its nuclear programme, stating that its next nuclear test will depend on US behaviour.
A regional leader of Islamist group, Ansar Dine has been captured by Malian forces. The group claimed an attack that killed 17 Malian troops last week.
Jacob Zuma has 45 days, excluding weekends and public holidays, to pay back the money, according to the court’s ruling in March.
Police have yet to comment on the motive for Tuesday’s killing spree, which has shocked Japan, a nation with one of the lowest crime rates in the world.
Two Islamist attackers were shot and killed by police as they exited a church in France, after interrupting a service and killing the priest.
The Turkish troops widen their search for the remaining suspects for the July15 coup. Europe fears Erdogan’s increasing power as people believe largely blame Gulen.
Two car bombs exploded in Mogadishu, Somalia, on Tuesday, killing 13 and injuring at least 12.
Brad Bushman, a professor at Ohio State University, complicates the seemingly linear relationship between violent video games and violence by examining other factors.
Hillary Clinton has become the first woman to head the ticket of a major party in the US’s 240-year-old history.
Section 144 that prohibits assembly of more than four people is still operational.
Black market arms dealers thrive following the Ukraine crisis. The weapons are possibly being shipped to the Middle East.
According to a United Nations report, at least 1,601 civilians were killed and 3,565 wounded in the war in the first six months of 2016.
Florida police is searching for additional suspects responsible for the shooting at a nightclub in Fort Myers that killed two teenagers and injured several other people.
Migrants from Pakistan and Afghanistan have gone on hunger strike on the border of Serbia and Hungary. They are protesting Hungary’s new migrant policy.
China wants to resume direct talks with Philippines about territorial disputes in the South China Sea. The country is seeking US support for the talks.
The UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) overturned its previous decision and granted consultative status to the Committee to Protect Journalists.
Supporters of Bernie Sanders were unhappy with his endorsement of Hillary Clinton in the wake of leaked emails that showed Democratic party officials clearly favoured Clinton over their candidate.
Vice president, Riek Machar has been replaced by the former minister of mining, Tabal Deng Gai.
European governments fear that Erdogan declaring an emergency might move Turkey away from democracy.
Police have arrested Satoshi Uematsu, a 26-year-old former employee at the facility, who turned himself in.
ISIS continues to wreak havoc in Iraq, claims responsibility for a suicide car bombing that killed 16 people outside an Iraqi town on Monday morning.
The police believe the nine militants, suspected to be members of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh, were planning an attack a similar to the Dhaka cafe attack.
First Lady Michelle Obama delivered a speech for the ages at the opening night of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
Democrat stars including Michelle Obama and Bernie Sanders support Clinton amidst Bernie supporters booing Clinton during raucous opening night of the DNC.