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Archive : September 24, 2021

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Why France is apoplectic with rage at Australia's submarin...
September 24 ,2021
Pictured at the Elysee Palace in June, Australian Prime Minister Scott made no mention to French President Emmanuel Macron of Canberr...
What instability at the top means for Japan's alliance wit...
September 24 ,2021
Shinzo Abe, center, salutes during the fleet review of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force in Sagami Bay, off Yokosuka,...
Malaysia plans China consultations as anxiety simmers over...
September 24 ,2021
Malaysia’s foreign minister Hishammuddin Hussein (left) with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in April. Photo: Xinhua Malaysi...
MALAYSIA RELAXES BAN ON TRAVELLERS FROM SRI LANKA
September 24 ,2021
Malaysia has relaxed a ban on travellers from Sri Lanka and four other countries. Accordingly, those with permanent resident status, l...
GERMANY OPPOSES TALIBAN REQUEST TO SPEAK TO UN
September 24 ,2021
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas on Wednesday voiced his country’s opposition to the request of the acting Foreign Minister Ame...
UN COMMITS $45 MILLION FOR AFGHANISTAN HEALTHCARE
September 24 ,2021
Facing the possibility of Afghanistan’s healthcare system completely collapsing, the United Nations announced the release of $45...
MODI IN TROUBLE AS HEROIN WORTH $3B RECOVERED FROM FRIEND’...
September 24 ,2021
The pin-drop silence of Indian prime minister Narendra Modi is in question after seizure of 3,000 kilogram of heroin worth Rs 210 billi...
BANGLADESH READY FOR US INVESTMENT: PREMIER HASINA
September 24 ,2021
The prime minister of Bangladesh on Tuesday evening invited US investors to benefit from the potential of the South Asian country&rsquo...
China halts new coal-fired power plants abroad in boost fo...
September 24 ,2021
Smoke and steam billows from a coal-fired power plant in Suralaya, Banten province, Indonesia (Photo: Reuters) Chinese President X...
Britain and India want Gurkha women to fight in their armi...
September 24 ,2021
Nepalese Gurkha soldiers at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, in Britain. Photo: AFP The Gurkhas are known for being among th...
How the Quad Surged Back From Irrelevance
September 24 ,2021
Welcome to Foreign Policy’s South Asia Brief. The highlights this week: Washington hosts the first in-person Quad le...
Pakistan enlists Afghan Taliban to rein in group accused o...
September 24 ,2021
Pakistani rescuers attend to people injured in a suspected suicide bomb attack on a bus carrying Chinese engineers to the Dasu Dam in...
Why a shift in militants’ strategy could shine a positive...
September 24 ,2021
A paradigm shift in jihadist thinking suggests that the US invasion of Afghanistan may prove to have achieved more than many counterter...
Myanmar’s shadow government plans US$300 million vaccinati...
September 24 ,2021
Students wearing masks and face shields leave after attending the first day of school in Yangon, Myanmar. Photo: AFP With only six...
Assam govt evicts over 800 families from village populated...
September 24 ,2021
The Assam government carried out a massive eviction drive in a village on a sandbar in the Darrang district on Monday, September 20, le...
Attacks on Myanmar military spike following call for revol...
September 24 ,2021
There are believed to be between 120 and 300 militias under the People's Defense Force banner across Myanmar. (Photo t...
Taliban ask to participate in UNGA, nominate Suhail Shahee...
September 24 ,2021
The Taliban have written to Secretary-General Antonio Guterres nominating their spokesman Suhail Shaheen as Afghanistan’s new amb...
SAARC foreign ministers’ meet cancelled after Pakistan ins...
September 24 ,2021
File photo| PM Narendra Modi and leaders from SAARC nations during a video conference on Covid-19 on 15 March 2020 | ANI South Asi...
India gears up to export vaccines as Quad summit approache...
September 24 ,2021
India under Prime Minister Narendra Modi is preparing to seize an opportunity to export about $10 billion to $11 billion worth o...
Time to challenge what we know: Radwan Mujib Siddiq
September 24 ,2021
Radwan Mujib Siddiq. File photo Policymakers need to revisit their assumptions and undertake a more detailed analysis of who and w...
Tough road ahead for Kashmir separatist movement after Gee...
September 24 ,2021
The late Syed Ali Shah Geelani, wearing a mask, with Ashraf Sehrai, who died in jail earlier this year, after their Friday prayers in...