National police investigate case of Nababan's alleged racist remark

Jakarta, Jan. 26 -- Indonesia's National Police took over the probe into the case of racist remark by the People's Conscience Party (Hanura) politician Ambroncius Nababan on his social media account, ... Read More

India criticises delay in UN reforms, calls for transparent negotiations

India, Jan. 26 -- India has criticised the inordinate delay in inter-governmental negotiations for reforms of the UN and called for a more open and transparent approach to ensure the world body and th... Read More

Vaccines alone will not be able to stem the tide of the COVID-19

Bangladesh, Jan. 26 -- The message from all scientists is very loud and clear that vaccines alone will not be able to stem the tide of the COVID-19 pandemic. Even after getting vaccinated, we will hav... Read More

Vietnam achieves poverty reduction goals

Hanoi, Jan. 26 -- Vietnam has gained impressive achievements in poverty reduction in recent years under the leadership of the Party and the Government, but more will be done to ensure these efforts le... Read More

Boris Johnson must change his act

Peshawar, Jan. 26 -- Some of the United Kingdom's right-wing newspapers - supporters of both Brexit and its principal advocate, Prime Minister Boris Johnson - have been quick to assure us that US Pres... Read More

Chinese aggression: Taiwan thanks US for 'rock-solid support'

Taipei, Jan. 26 -- Taiwan government has thanked the USA for its commitment of "rock-solid support" against China's coercion. Taiwan's Foreign Ministry tweeted: "We sincerely thank @StateDept for its... Read More

US-Pakistan reset boosts Biden's Afghan plan

Peshawar, Jan. 26 -- Mark Twain is credited with the saying "history never repeats itself, but it does often rhyme." The echoes of history resonate as the new US administration prioritizes the Afghan ... Read More

All quiet on the populist front?

Peshawar, Jan. 26 -- Liberals around the world are daring to hope that there is a silver lining to the violent denouement of Donald Trump's presidency: namely, that the inciter-in-chief's ignominious ... Read More

Employee reveals UN passed dissidents' info to China

Geneva, Jan. 26 -- The UN Human Rights Office is facing the heat for sharing the names of Chinese government opponents, including Uighur activists, Tibetans and Hongkongers, who took part in UN activi... Read More

Taliban should end ties with Pakistan: Ashraf Ghani

Kabul, Jan. 26 -- Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani has warned the Taliban group against keeping ties with Pakistan. "One of the basic needs for peace in Afghanistan is that the Taliban should cut t... Read More