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Thirteen charged after Irish parliament protests

Sep 21, 2023
BBC Thirteen people have been charged after protests took place outside Irish parliament buildings on Wednesday. more

US returns Egon Schiele art stolen by Nazis to heirs

Sep 21, 2023
BBC The US has returned seven artworks by Austrian painter Egon Schiele to the heirs of a Jewish cabaret star who owned them before he was killed by the Nazis in 1941. more

Poland to stop supplying weapons to Ukraine over grain row

Sep 21, 2023
BBC One of Ukraine's staunchest allies, Poland, has announced it will no longer supply weapons to the country as a diplomatic dispute over grain escalates. more

Explained: How India's Global Ties Have Isolated Canada In Khalistan Row

Sep 21, 2023
NDTV India is being courted by the United States and others as a counterweight to China, and this means Canada, with a population of just 40 million people, is severely outgunned diplomatically. more

"Confused, Belligerent" In Court, 96-Year-Old US Judge Suspended From Duty

Sep 21, 2023
NDTV Pauline Newman, an appellate court judge since 1984, was accused by colleagues of working too slowly and of frequently appearing confused, agitated and belligerent, which raised concerns of "disability". more

Singapore's Changi Airport To Go Passport Free Starting 2024: Report

Sep 21, 2023
NDTV The Changi airport will introduce automated immigration clearance which will allow passengers to depart the city-state without passports, using only biometric data, say officials. more

Rishi Sunak Says UK Will Adopt "Realistic" Approach For Net Zero Target

Sep 21, 2023
NDTV The prime minister also announced an easing of energy efficiency targets for rental properties and backtracked on plans to make homeowners replace gas boilers with heat pumps. more

Indian Medical Graduates Can Now Practice In US, Australia, Canada

Sep 21, 2023
NDTV WFME recognition will enable Indian medical graduates to pursue postgraduate training and practice in other countries that require WFME recognition. more

Japan population: One in 10 people now aged 80 or older

Sep 20, 2023
BBC For the first time ever, more than one in 10 people in Japan are now aged 80 or older. more

Quobna Cugoano: London church honours Ghanaian-born freed slave and abolitionist

Sep 20, 2023
BBC Artist Che Lovelace was on his way to the coast on the Caribbean island of Trinidad to collect mud to use in carnival celebrations. more
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