Free Press Journal
  • US airstrike in Somalia kills over 100 al-Shabaab ultras

    Mogadishu : More than 100 al-Shabaab militants were killed Tuesday in a US airstrike in Somalia, the Pentagon announced, the latest in a series of strikes against the al Qaeda affiliated group and ISIS fighters in the war-torn country. The strike occurred 125 miles northwest of the capital of Mogadishu.

  • Producer Adam Fields accused of sexual abuse

    Los Angeles : Film producer Adam Fields is latest to join the list of powerful Hollywood men who have been accused of sexual harassment, reports PTI.

  • Noises detected not from Argentine sub: Experts

    Mar del Plata : Experts Tuesday ruled out the possibility that noise detected at sea could have come from an Argentine submarine missing with 44 people aboard, in the latest bad news to hit their relatives, reports AFP.

  • Disney’s original Pinocchio art up for sale

    The series of vivid and highly detailed paintings portray the memorable characters of the classic 1940 Disney movie, including Pinocchio, Geppetto, the Blue Fairy and others.

  • Britain’s defeat at ICJ election a ‘humiliating blow’: UK media

    Minutes after an 11th round of voting was scheduled to begin in New York on Monday, a letter was released by the UK mission to the UN announcing that Sir Christopher Greenwood would accept defeat and allow his Indian rival to fill the vacancy in the UN’s principal legal body based in The Hague.

  • Sikh ‘torture’ in Punjab raised in UK Parliament

    London: The UK government today said that it would take “extreme action” if any British citizen is being tortured as the case of a Scottish-born Sikh man, who has been jailed in India, was raised in the House of Commons.

  • Britain’s defeat at ICJ a ‘humiliating blow’: UK media

    London: Justice Dalveer Bhandari’s victory over Britain’s candidate in the world court is a “humiliating blow” for the UK, the media said today, even as India asserted that the hard-fought race will not impact the bilateral ties.

  • Kashmiri parties call for rights violations in PoK to end

    London : Kashmiri parties, including the London-based Kashmir Voice International (KVI) London, have unanimously passed a resolution calling for an end to human rights violations in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, and to allow international human rights organisations to visit the region to make independent assessments of the situation on ground.

  • China launches three remote sensing satellites

    Beijing: China today launched three remote sensing satellites designed to improve observation capability to promote commercial use for the remote sensing industry.