China Evergrande has left makers wondering if they can pay | Economic Affairs

China-based Evergrande Group has left foreign nationals speculating on whether to repay interest rates on Wednesday, despite agreeing to repay a $ 1.5bn loan to a Chinese bank. With $…

North Korea claims that the device used in the production of hypersonic tests performed the first test

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) – North Korea said Wednesday that it had successfully tested a new nuclear weapon, as it continued to increase its military capabilities and pressured Washington and…

Pakistani soldier killed in cross-border fire from Iran: Soldiers | Iran News

‘Terrorists’ attacked a post office in Iran, killing one soldier and wounding another, Pakistani troops said. A Pakistani soldier has been killed and another wounded in what has been called…

Ethiopia’s problems ‘defile our conscience’

UNITED NATIONS (AP) – Ethiopia’s crisis is “defiled our conscience,” says a United Nations humanitarian official, as children and others starve to death in Tigray region Under the UN resolution…

‘Starts to shoot’: Assam Muslims report killing police | Police News

Kerala Mudali | Palakkad, Kerala, India After Friday prayers on the platform of a broken mosque, Ainuddin protested and described past incidents where his brother Mainal Haq was allegedly killed…

Fumio Kishida has won the race to oust him from Japan, appointing him Prime Minister

HONG KONG – Japan’s ruling party on Wednesday elected Fumio Kishida as its new president and the second largest economy leader in the world and a top US counterpart. In…

At least 24 people killed in terrorist attacks in Ecuador: Police | Latin America News

An Ecuadorian worker said the system was restored in 24 prisons after he was killed and 42 injured in a series of violent riots. At least 24 inmates have been…

Vaccines in Zimbabwe dictate to squeeze some of the world’s poorest

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) – For several months, Acholo Jani was told to take the COVID-19 vaccine because it could save his life. He hesitated, fearing the worst. But the moment…

Shia Muslim pilgrims remember Arbaeen in Karbala | Middle East News

Hundreds of Shia Muslim pilgrims have gathered in the Iraqi city of Karbala to commemorate Arbaeen, the end of the 40-day mourning period of Imam Hussein, grandson of Prophet Muhammad.…

St Kitts and Nevis Participate in Top Sessions in the 76th UN General Assembly

LONDON, September 29, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Hon. Mark Brantley, St Kitts and Nevis’ The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Aviation, attended a series of high-level meetings to protest…