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.

34 migrants missing after shipwreck off Tunisia

The boat carrying 38 people had set off on Thursday from near Sfax and was attempting to reach Italy, said Fawzi El Masmoudi, a court spokesman in the port city.

Muslims pray at Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa at start of Ramadan

Authorities said the prayers at Islam's third holiest site passed peacefully despite concerns over a recent surge in violence in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

UK should try depleted uranium weapons on its own territory: Moscow

Russia has asked the British government to use the depleted uranium weapons on British soil since British officials have claimed that these weapons are ordinary.

PCB considering hybrid matches for India in Asia Cup

Indian team has refused to travel to Pakistan citing security concerns for the Asia Cup. As per the media reports, Pakistan is in talks with the Asia Cricket Council to organize the matches against India offshore.

Jemima Goldsmith recalls spending Ramzan in Pakistan

In a tweet, she reminisced about her time in Pakistan and what it was like celebrating the Holy month in Pakistan.

India’s Congress party to launch street protests against Gandhi’s conviction

Gandhi made the comment while campaigning ahead of the last general election to debunk the economic policies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Pentagon begins redeployment to deter Russia and China – WSJ

The US Defense Department will move newer attack aircraft to Europe and the Pacific, the newspaper reports