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US spied on Japan <strong>government</strong>, companies: WikiLeaks

US spied on Japan government, companies: WikiLeaks

31 Jul 2015

Tokyo: The US spied on Japanese politicians, its top central banker and major firms including conglomerate Mitsubishi, according to documents released by WikiLeaks today, in the latest revelation about Washington's snooping on allies.

US government,   Japanese politicians,   Central banker,   Mitsubishi,   WikiLeaks,   Snooping ,  
'Unaware' of peace talks with Afghan <strong>government</strong>: Taliban

'Unaware' of peace talks with Afghan government: Taliban

30 Jul 2015

Kabul: The Taliban today rejected reports of any fresh round of peace talks expected this week with the Afghan government, while making no comment on Kabul's reported death of their leader Mullah Omar.

Taliban,   Kabul,   Afghanistan,   Pakistan,   peace talks,   Mullah Omar,   Haseeb Sediqi,   Latest World News,  
Afghan Taliban names Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour as new leader

Afghan Taliban names Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour as new leader

31 Jul 2015

PESHAWAR: The Taliban have chosen late supreme leader Mullah Omar's longtime deputy to replace him, two militant commanders said on Thursday, as Pakistan announced that peace talks between the insurgents and the Afghan government had been postponed.

Taliban,   Mullah Omar,   Militants,   Pakistan,   Peace talks,   Insurgents,   Afghan government,  
Drone shot down by Pakistan at LoC not sold to any <strong>government</strong>: China firm

Drone shot down by Pakistan at LoC not sold to any government: China firm

22 Jul 2015

Beijing: The Chinese firm, which reportedly manufactured the drone downed by Pakistan along the Line of Control (LoC), said the unmanned aircraft was not sold to any government, reinforcing India's stand that it was not in its armed forces' inventory.

Drone,   Pakistan,   LoC,   China firm,   Manufacturer of drone,   DJI,   Indo Pak relation,   Latest World News,  
Pakistan, China ready to 'guarantee' Afghan peace deal: Report

Pakistan, China ready to 'guarantee' Afghan peace deal: Report

22 Jul 2015

Islamabad: As talks between the Taliban and Afghan government officials move ahead, the key facilitators - Pakistan and China - are ready to become 'guarantors' of a possible peace deal, a media report said here today.

Pakistan,   China,   Pak China relations,   Afghan peace deal,   Afghan government,   Taliban government,   latest world news,  
<strong>Government</strong> asks people to evacuate as Typhoon Nangka hits Japan

Government asks people to evacuate as Typhoon Nangka hits Japan

17 Jul 2015

Tokyo: Powerful Typhoon Nangka was barrelling towards the Japanese mainland early today after killing at least two people on the island of Shikoku as authorities urged more than 350,000 residents to evacuate.

Typhoon Nangka,   Japan typhoon,   Shikoku island,   Japan storm,   landslide,   latest world news,  
China releases Indian national held for terror links

China releases Indian national held for terror links

18 Jul 2015

New Delhi/Beijing: A 46-year-old Indian national Rajiv Mohan Kulshrestha, who was held in China for alleged terror links, was released and deported back today, Indian officials here said.

China,   Indian national Rajiv Mohan Kulshrestha,   China government,   Kulshreshtha,   China government,   Latest world news ,  
China deports 20 tourists held for watching video

China deports 20 tourists held for watching video

20 Jul 2015

Beijing: The Chinese government has deported 20 tourists from US, India and South Africa who had been arrested in Inner Mongolia for allegedly watching "a video inciting terrorism and religious extremism", authorities said.

China,   Chinese government,   Mongolia,   video inciting terrorism,   religious extremism,   Chinese police,   latest world news,  
Greek banks to reopen as revamped cabinet gets to work

Greek banks to reopen as revamped cabinet gets to work

19 Jul 2015

Athens: Greece said Saturday its banks will reopen after a three-week shutdown, as a revamped government took up the task of enacting unpopular fiscal reforms amid doubts over the viability of the country's planned bailout.

Greece government,   Greece bailout,   Greece cabinet members,   Greece Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras,   Latest News ,  
Greece votes on financial future, <strong>government</strong> - and maybe euro

Greece votes on financial future, government - and maybe euro

05 Jul 2015

Athens: Greek voters headed to the polls on Sunday to vote in a historic, tightly fought referendum on whether to accept worsening austerity in exchange for more bailout funds, in a gamble that could see it crash out of the euro.

Greek voters,   Parthenon in Athens,   EU state Bulgaria,   Europe,   Greece government,   Latest News ,  

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