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22 killed in clashes at football match in Egypt

22 killed in clashes at football match in Egypt

09 Feb 2015

Cairo: At least 22 people were killed and more than 35 others injured in clashes between security forces and football fans who tried to force their way into a stadium here without buying tickets.

Clashes at football match,   Egypt football match clashes,   Air Defense Stadium,   Egyptian Premier League,   Zamalek,   ENPPI,  
India, Sweden for closer coordination among UN member <strong>states</strong>

India, Sweden for closer coordination among UN member states

13 Dec 2014

United Nations: India and Sweden have stressed the need for closer cooperation among the UN member states on providing humanitarian aid in crises situations, saying sovereignty and territorial integrity of a nation must be fully respected in providing relief assistance.

India,   Sweden,   United Nations,   UNGA session ,   humanitarian crises ,   humanitarian assistance,   Bhagwant Bishnoi,   ,  
Kerry to hold <strong>Arab</strong> anti-IS talks on Wednesday, says Egypt official

Kerry to hold Arab anti-IS talks on Wednesday, says Egypt official

09 Sep 2014

Washington: US Secretary of State John Kerry is scheduled to arrive in the Middle East on Tuesday to garner support for efforts to combat the Islamic State (IS) militants.

John Kerry,   Middle East,   Islamic State,   IS,   Jennifer Psaki ,  
Japan, South Korea and US to share intelligence on North Korea

Japan, South Korea and US to share intelligence on North Korea

26 Dec 2014

TOKYO: Japan, the United States and South Korea are close to reaching a deal on sharing and safeguarding sensitive information on North Korea's missile and nuclear programmes, Japan's Defence Ministry said on Friday.

Japan,   United States,   South Korea,   North Korea,   Nuclear programmes,   Intelligence,  
NASA selects new commercial space partners

NASA selects new commercial space partners

24 Dec 2014

Washington: NASA has collaborated with four US companies to develop intra-vehicular activity space suits and new launch vehicle capabilities among other advances in space exploration.

NASA,   United States,   Space Act Agreements,   Commercial Space Partners,  
30 dead as Bangladesh political violence escalates

30 dead as Bangladesh political violence escalates

24 Jan 2015

Dhaka: Police in Bangladesh are braced for more violence this weekend after arson attacks, protests, strikes and blockades in recent days left 30 people dead and hundreds more injured.

Bangladesh political violence,   dead in political violence,   Awami League,   BNP,  
Taiwan fines Uber for illegal operation in latest setback

Taiwan fines Uber for illegal operation in latest setback

23 Dec 2014

Taipei: Taiwan has slapped a string of fines on app-based taxi service Uber for operating illegally, the latest blow to the US company which is embroiled in a number of international disputes.

Taiwan,   Taxi Based Service,   Uber,   United States,   Denmark,   Norway,  
Robust Sino-India ties in the interest of United <strong>States</strong>: Richard Rahul Verma

Robust Sino-India ties in the interest of United States: Richard Rahul Verma

03 Dec 2014

Washington: A healthy relationship between India and China is in the interest of America, nominee for US Ambassador to India has said noting Prime Minister Narendra Modi has set out on a positive footing in reaching out to its neighbour.

China,   India,   Richard Rahul Verma,   United States,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   Sino-India,   ,  
Support Syria and Iraq in fight against terrorism: Putin

Support Syria and Iraq in fight against terrorism: Putin

29 Nov 2014

Moscow: Russian President Vladimir Putin has assured Syria, Iraq and the other countries in the Gulf region of support in their fight against terrorism, media reported on Saturday.

Russian President,   Vladimir Putin,   ISIS,   IS,   Islamic states,  
Indian-American Kamala Harris could be in race for Senate seat

Indian-American Kamala Harris could be in race for Senate seat

09 Jan 2015

Washington: Indian-American Kamala Harris, the Attorney General of California, could be in race for a Senate seat from the state after Barbara Boxer announced her retirement from the US Senate on Friday.

Kamala Harris,   Senate seat,   Barbara Boxer,   Indian-American Kamala Harris,   United States,   ,  

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