At least 13 people were killed in a gunfight between two unknown militant groups in India’s restive Manipur state yesterday, a police official said, seven months after ethnic clashes in the border state killed at least 180 people.
Israel ordered people out of swathes of the main southern city in the Gaza Strip yesterday as it pressed its ground campaign deep into the south, sending desperate residents fleeing even as it dropped bombs on areas where it told them to go.
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), also known as Doctors without Borders, has called for an immediate and sustained ceasefire in Gaza to stop killing of civilians and allow for the delivery of desperately-needed humanitarian aid.
Ukraine’s air force said yesterday that it shot down 18 out of 23 Iranian-made Shahed drones and one missile that Russia fired at its territory overnight.
The Zoram People's Movement (ZPM), a party founded by Lalduhoma, a former Indian Police Service officer and a former MP, shot to majority by bagging 27 seats in the 40-member legislature, leaving ruling Mizo National Front, led by chief minister Zoramthanga, a distant second which got just ten seats
The health ministry in the Gaza Strip today said 15,899 people had died in the Palestinian territory since the start of the Israeli attack, with 42,000 wounded
Money pledges stacked up at COP28 in Dubai yesterday as delegates sought to address the huge gap between what is needed in climate finance and the amounts so far on offer.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu would eventually be tried as a war criminal over Israel's ongoing offensive in the Gaza Strip, while slamming Western countries supporting Israel
Many Palestinians fear a repeat of the displacement of 760,000 Palestinians that took place during the war that led to Israel's creation 75 years ago