Americans and Taliban close to agreement to end war
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - The Taliban appeared confident Monday it will sign a peace agreement with the United States by the end of this month in the presence of international guarantors to end the nin
Palestinian PM: Trump's Mideast Plan 'Will be Buried'
MUNICH - The Palestinian prime minister lashed out Sunday at U.S. President Donald Trump's proposal to end the Mideast conflict, saying it would be "buried very soon."
Speaking at the Munich
China Reports Fewer New Cases of Coronavirus
Chinese health officials said Sunday that the number of new cases of the coronavirus has slowed for the third consecutive day.
The health commission confirmed 1,843 new cases, representing a
Protest outside Pak HC in London over forced conversion of Hindu girl
London [UK], Feb 18 (ANI): Pakistani human rights activists and members of the Indian community continued their protest for the second day on Monday (local times) outside Pakistan High Commission in L
Middendorp defends non-selection of fan-favourite Khune
Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs coach Ernst Middendorp has returned fire against those who believe Itumeleng Khune should be picked ahead of Dan
World's best prepare to battle for Cape Epic supremacy
Cape Town - World champions, continental and national champions, and the reigning Olympic gold medalist. Eight previous winners, sharing a total of 19 titles between them.
Those are the bares
Kolisi relentless in efforts to change SA with Springbok message
Berlin - For well over four months now, Springbok captain Siya Kolisi has been traveling the globe and telling the story of what 2019's Rugby World Cup win meant f
EU Approves Trade Deal With Vietnam
The European Union has approved a trade agreement with Vietnam, disproving skeptics who thought the EU's divorce with Britain and Vietnam human rights concerns would delay the vote.
Chandigarh University realizing the dream of Make in India
Chandigarh (Punjab) [India] Feb 18 (ANI/PRNewswire): The economic status of a nation depends upon the efforts by the respective countries in the field of research and innovation. Developed nations suc
UN: Impact of Long Libya War on Civilians is 'Incalculable'
UNITED NATIONS - The U.N humanitarian coordinator for Libya said Monday the impact of the country's nine-year war on civilians "is incalculable,'' pointing to its intensity escalating "exponentiall
Man United stun Chelsea as VAR takes centre stage
London - Manchester United moved to within three points of fourth-placed Chelsea with a smash and grab 2-0 win at Stamford Bridge thanks to goals from Anth
WATCH | Kolisi's moving speech after Boks win Team of the Year award
Cape Town - Springbok captain Siya Kolisi made an inspirational speech after the Springboks won the prestigious World Team of the Year award at th
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