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Is US serious about its Gun Problem? 2023 on track to become Deadliest Year

A massive manhunt is underway in Maine as the nation grapples with the aftermath of two deadly mass shootings. The tragic events unfolded at a local bowling alley and a restaurant in Lewiston, leaving 22 people dead and numerous others wounded.

Canada recalls 41 Diplomats from India amid escalating Diplomatic tensions

In a recent escalation of diplomatic tensions between Canada and India, the Canadian government has taken the step of recalling 41 diplomats from India. This action stems from a dispute following Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau's claims that India was involved in the assassination of a Khalistani extremist on Canadian soil.

Malfunctioning Democracy: Australians reject Constitutional recognition for Indigenous population

Australia voted in a historic referendum aimed at rectifying the disparities experienced by Indigenous communities by including a 'New Advocacy Committee' in the nation's parliament.

The Hamas: An Overview of Palestinian Mujahedin Movement

Hamas, the Islamic Resistance Movement, has been a prominent and influential player in the Middle East for decades. This Palestinian Islamist organization, founded in the late 1980s, has a multifaceted history, comprising political and militant activities. 

Jailed Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi awarded Nobel Peace Prize for her Fight against Women’s Oppression

Imprisoned Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi has been honored with the Nobel Peace Prize for her unwavering dedication to championing women's rights, and democracy, and her staunch opposition to the death penalty in Iran and across the world.

Pakistan threatens to expel 1.73 million Afghan refugees; Taliban condemned it as “Unacceptable”

 Pakistan's government has issued an order demanding the immediate departure of all illegal 1.73 million Afghan refugees residing in the country, creating new tensions with Taliban regime in Kabul.

Pro-China leader Mohammed Muizzu elected as President of Maldives, raising Diplomatic uncertainty for India

On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended his congratulations to the newly elected President of Maldives, Mohammed Muizzu. However, concerns loom over the potential shift in Maldives' diplomatic alliances, given Muizzu's previous pro-China stance.

Prigozhin’s Reported Demise: Implications for Putin’s control over Kremlin

In a shocking turn of events, Yevgeny Prigozhin, the chief of the notorious Wagner Group, met a tragic end in a plane crash along with nine others. The private jet crashed north of Moscow, leading to the demise of all on board.

Muslim nations funding Ilhan Omar’s anti-India, anti-Israel rhetoric

US Congresswoman Ilhan Omar's 2022 visits to the Pakistan-occupied of Kashmir (PoK) and the Doha World Cup, marked by her anti-India and anti-Israel stance, have come under scrutiny due to revelations of financial support from both Pakistan and Qatar.

Gun violence menace persists in the US: Mass shootings in Baltimore claim 2 lives and leave 28 injured

Gun violence continued in the US as a mass shooting occurred at a block party in Baltimore on Sunday, resulting in two deaths and leaving 28 individuals wounded.
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