Strikes and protests over poor living conditions have created mayhem in France’s Indian Ocean island of Mayotte

A pedestrian bridge at Florida International University collapsed on Thursday hours after a crack in the bridge was discussed

Russia’s EU ambassador Vladimir Chizhov is of the view that a UK research lab could be the source of the fatal nerve agent

US Vice President Mike Pence has asked Pakistan Prime Minister to take more stringent actions against militant groups

China’s newly re-elected President XI Jinping has stripped Premier Li Keqiang of major powers

Myanmar’s de-facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi was in Australia on Sunday to attend ASEAN leaders’ summit

Turkish backed forces have taken complete control over central region of the Syrian-Kurdish city of Afrin

At least four people have died after flames engulfed Waterfront Manila Pavilion on Sunday morning

North Korea’s Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho concluded three days of discussions on nuclear standoff in the Korean peninsula

Israeli military struck a Hamas target in Gaza Strip overnight after a bomb exploded near Israeli border

A high profile scam is going on in Monaco where conmen have been impersonating top personalities to extract money

Former FBI deputy Andrew McCabe kept memos of his dealings with President Trump and has handed them over to Robert Mueller

Cambridge Analytica, a data analytical firm collected information of at least 50 million Facebook users to support Trump’s election campaign

Voting to elect a new Russian president, starting from the vast country’s far-east has now reached Moscow

Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, president of Mauritius resigned on Saturday, her lawyer Yousouf Mohamed confirmed

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has congratulated Chinese President Xi Jinping on his re-election

Sri Lankan government has lifted the nationwide state of emergency which was put in place on March 8

On Saturday, snowfall in London forced cancellation of more than 100 flights in and out of Heathrow Airport, with a bad forecast threatening further interruption.

China's parliament endorsed Xi Jinping for a second term and appointed Wang Qishan as his vice-president.

As per Hollywood trade publications report, the head of the organisation behind the Oscars is facing several accusations of sexual harassment.

United Airlines said that a flight was diverted after it realised that a pet had been loaded onto it in error, the third animal-related mistake in a week, as per the media reports.

On Saturday, Britain said: “We anticipated a response of this kind” after Moscow announced the expulsion of 23 British diplomats in response to London driving out the same number of diplomats over the alleged involvement of Russia in the poisoning of a former Russian spy.

Russian government expelled 23 British diplomats and threatened further measures in vengeance in a growing diplomatic dispute over a nerve agent attack on a former spy in Britain.

According to an Afghan official, a suicide attacker blew up a bomb-laden vehicle in Kabul and claimed lives of at least three civilians.

The opposition on Saturday said that the Maldivian authorities arrested more than 140 activists who defied a ban on rallies and demonstrated against a state of emergency imposed by President Abdulla Yameen.

A monitor said that a Turkish bombing raid hit the main hospital in the Kurdish-controlled Syrian town of Afrin on Friday, claiming lives of 16 civilians.

On Saturday, state news agency Xinhua reported that China has begun building its first polar expedition cruise ship, as the country looks to shipping lanes opened up by global warming to extend President Xi Jinping’s Belt and Road initiative to the Arctic.

On Saturday, light snowfall ended the 145-day long dry spell in Beijing, the city's longest in 47 years.

On Friday, British foreign secretary Boris Johnson said that it was overwhelmingly likely that Russian President Vladimir Putin himself made the decision to use a military-grade nerve toxin to strike down a former Russian agent on English soil.

On Friday, the country's chief prosecutor said that the former South African president Jacob Zuma will face prosecution on corruption charges that haunted much of his term in office.

On Friday, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired Andrew McCabe, the FBI’s former No. 2 official who was deeply involved in the agency's investigations of Hillary Clinton and Russia's role in the 2016 US election and was repeatedly denounced by President Donald Trump.

According to a media report on Friday, in a special court hearing, Pakistan's former dictator General (retd) Pervez Musharraf authorised the government to suspend his passport as well as his national identity card.

On Thursday, IndiGo Airline's brand new Pratt & Whitney engine-powered ATR aircraft which was flying from Toulouse in France.

In a revelation, BBC anchor affirmed that she was once groped by an interviewee live.

Pornstar, Stormy Daniels' lawyer said that the actress was physically threatened and warned to remain silent about her relationship with President Donald Trump.

Facebook has suspended controversial data firm Cambridge Analytica that was said to have helped Donald Trump

According to a Friday court filing, Donald Trump's lawyer claims porn actress Stormy Daniels is liable for at least $20 million for breaching a non-disclosure agreement she says prevents her from discussing an affair with the president.

On Friday, a senior administration official said that the United States has not seen sufficient conclusive actions from Pakistan against terrorists based on its soil and expects more from it to battle groups such as Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad that target India.

According to the Israeli radio, on Friday, a Palestinian motorist rammed and killed two Israelis and injured at least one other person in the occupied West Bank.

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