Israeli president calls for halt to judicial overhaul

Massive protests over the controversial reform threaten the nation’s security, economy, and society, Isaac Herzog has said

IMF issues warning on global economic stability

Interest rate hikes to battle inflation have created “stresses and vulnerabilities,” the fund’s head Kristalina Georgieva has said

Apple boss hails China ties

Tim Cook has praised the company’s nearly 30-year-long relationship with the country, both as a market and a manufacturing hub

US becoming a ‘banana republic’ – Trump

The Republican frontrunner also says the “deep state” stepped up its attacks against him when he promised to end the conflict in Ukraine

Saudi, Iranian FMs plan to meet during Ramadan: Riyadh

Saudi officials have said the meeting is the next step in restoring ties seven years after they were severed.

No one shows interest in buying painting of Maryam Nawaz: Rabi Pirzada

Former actress and singer Rabi Pirzada say that no one buys her painting portrait of Maryam Nawaz. Singer-turned-painter put on display for sale her...

Elon Musk puts Twitter’s value at just $20 billion

The email to employees referred to a new stock compensation program in the San Francisco-based company and the allocation of shares to employees of X Holdings, Twitter's umbrella company since Musk purchased it in late October.

UN marks International Day of Remembrance of Slave Trade

Millions of people were separated from their families and denied their human rights as a result of the enslavement of Africans during the Transatlantic Slave Trade.

France bans TikTok, other ‘recreational’ apps on work phones of public servants

These apps ‘do not have sufficient level of cybersecurity, data protection,’ according to Public Service Ministry

US and Canada strike border deal

President Biden said Washington and Ottawa will address the “historic levels of migration in our hemisphere”

France slammed for ‘excessive force’ against protests

The violence must stop, said the Council of Europe’s human rights commissioner

India’s parliament disqualifies opposition leader Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi, 52, was convicted in a magistrates' court on Thursday, sparking protests among his Congress party members in some parts of the country.