Free Press Journal
  • Japan’s PM Shinzo Abe asks China to explain Kim Jong-un’s secret meeting

    Tokyo: Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday asked China for explanations on the visit of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to Beijing to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping. “We want to receive a complete explanation from China,” Abe said during a speech in the Japanese Parliament, Efe news reported.

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    Pakistan Police: Gunmen kill transgender person in Karachi

    Karachi: Pakistani police say gunmen opened fire on a group of transgender people, killing one of them, in an upscale neighborhood in the southern port city of Karachi. Police officer Aurangzeb Khattak said the shooting took place overnight Wednesday.

  • Pakistan wants comprehensive dialogue with India

    Islamabad: Pakistan won’t allow its territory to be used for terror attacks and it seeks a comprehensive dialogue with India, Pakistani Finance Minister Ishaq Dar said on Friday.

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    Pak rejects Barack Obama’s remarks on terror, instability

    Islamabad: Pakistan today strongly reacted to US President Barack Obama’s remarks that the country could become a safe haven for terrorists and would continue to face instability for decades to come.

  • New Ebola case emerges in Sierra Leone

    Freetown: A corpse has tested positive for Ebola in Sierra Leone, an official said today, the day after the World Health Organisation declared the outbreak over in West Africa.

  • EU states ‘failed to deliver’ on migrants: Jean-Claude Juncker

    Brussels: European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said EU member states have “failed to deliver” on efforts to resolve the migrant crisis, including on a deal to relocate thousands of asylum seekers from Italy and Greece.

  • Islamist extremists attack African Union base in Somalia

    Mogadishu: Heavily armed fighters from the Islamist extremist group al-Shabab attacked a base for African Union peacekeepers in southwestern Somalia today, blasting their way into the compound and exchanging fire with peacekeepers, a Somali military official said.

  • George W Bush page most edited on Wikipedia

    San Francisco: Former US president George W Bush may no longer be able to change the course of history — but it has not stopped others trying for him.

  • World leaders condemn deadly Jakarta blasts

    Jakarta : The world has come together in voicing their condemnation of the deadly blasts in Jakarta by Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), with leaders offering any support that the Indonesian government may need to tackle these acts of terrorism.

  • Thailand van crash kills four Mexican tourists

    Bangkok: Four Mexican tourists were killed and six others were injured when their tour van crashed into a tree in central Thailand, police said today.

  • Spain-like bull fighting in Nepal Friday

    Kathmandu : Spanish-style bull fighting is set to come to Nepal at Taruka village in Nuwakot district that is all set to attract thousands of national and international tourists and visitors Friday.

  • Donald Trump sticks to his guns on barring Muslims

    Washington: Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump stuck to his guns over his controversial proposal to temporarily ban Muslims from entering the US as seven top candidates sparred two weeks before the first nominating contests in Iowa.

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    GOP presidential candidates slam Hillary Clinton

    Washington: Top Republican presidential candidates today slammed their Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, with one of them saying that she as a president would be a “disaster” and calling her a “mess”.

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    US woman sues Twitter for helping IS spread globally

    New York: A Florida-based woman has filed a lawsuit against the micro-blogging site Twitter, accusing the firm of supporting the global spread of Islamic State (IS) by enabling its followers to recruit on its social media platform.