INTERNATIONAL AWAAZ

Black man’s killing: Curfews ignored as US race protests rage

WEB DESK Protesters in different cities of the United States have defied curfews, as anger at the police killing of George Floyd spreads. The Trump administration has backed down on a threat to send in the military. Dozens of cities across the US have seen further protests as outrage over the killing of George Floyd … Continue reading Black man’s killing: Curfews ignored as US race protests rage

Top US Official Condemns Police action in Black Man’s Death

Agencies / WEB DESK Amid violent protests in different parts of the country over George Floyd’s death the U.S. national security adviser Robert O’Brien on Sunday said that that it was an “absolute outrage” that three policemen in Minneapolis, Minnesota, stood by and watched without intervening last week as another policeman pinned a black man … Continue reading Top US Official Condemns Police action in Black Man’s Death

Australian PM shares pic of samosas, PM Modi replies, will enjoy them together…

WEB DESK Ahead of his virtual meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison today shared pictures of samosas, saying he would have liked to share the popular snack with Mr Modi. Replying to Mr Morrison on Twitter, Prime Minster Modi said, the two countries are connected by the Indian … Continue reading Australian PM shares pic of samosas, PM Modi replies, will enjoy them together…

Educational Institutions not to open immediately in Bangladesh: Sheikh Hasina

WEB DESK Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that educational institutions in Bangladesh will not open immediately as government wants to move step by step so that students are not infected with Coronavirus. Speaking at her residence while releasing the result of SSC and equivalent examination, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that students are the … Continue reading Educational Institutions not to open immediately in Bangladesh: Sheikh Hasina

Nepal: Lockdown extended till June 14

WEB DESK Nepal has reported two more COVID-19 fatalities. According to the Ministry of Health and Population a two-year old girl from Bajura district died of COVID-19 today. She is the youngest victim of Coronavirus in Nepal. Health Ministry also confirmed death of a 35-year man from Dailekh district on Saturday. The total number of … Continue reading Nepal: Lockdown extended till June 14

Shops, offices reopen amid highest death, new Corona cases in Bangladesh

WEB DESK Amid the conditional lifting of the lock-down in the country, Bangladesh on Sunday reported the highest number of deaths and new infections in a single day. According to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) of Bangladesh 40 people died and 2545 fresh cases of Corona infection were reported from the country over … Continue reading Shops, offices reopen amid highest death, new Corona cases in Bangladesh

US: Mike Pompeo offers his “personal condolences” to George Floyd’s family

AGENCIES US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has offered his “personal condolences to Mr. Floyd’s family and all the people too who have been impacted by this rioting and this violence.” In an interview on Fox, Pompeo called the actions by the police officers in George Floyd’s killing “abhorrent” and said the administration had moved … Continue reading US: Mike Pompeo offers his “personal condolences” to George Floyd’s family

BLACK & WHITE: 25 US cities under curfew as clashes continue

George Floyd protests spread across US WEB DESK Violent Protests have erupted in at least 30 US cities over the death of unarmed black man George Floyd at the hands of a police officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Trump threatens to call military protests spread across US Protesters say they want to see charges for all … Continue reading BLACK & WHITE: 25 US cities under curfew as clashes continue

US postpones G7 Summit till September

WEB DESK US President Donald Trump has postponed the G7 Summit till September. He has expressed his desire to expand the Group to G10 or G11, including India and three other nations Russia, Australia and South Korea to the grouping of the world’s top economies.  The G7 members are US, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, … Continue reading US postpones G7 Summit till September

Trump threatens to call military protests spread across US

George Floyd Killing Protests over the death of George Floyd raged across US — with crowds breaking curfew in major cities on another night of fury and frustrations. WEB DESK US President Donald Trump has said he is willing to use the military if state leaders don’t get “tougher” on anti-police brutality protests. Renewed unrest … Continue reading Trump threatens to call military protests spread across US

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Transgender activists ask Govt to halt Transgender Rules, 2020

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