24 Chinese Aircraft And 6 Vessels Detected In Taiwan’s Air Defence Zone

China's Largest-Ever Taiwan Military Drills Due To End

The Chinese military said they will regularly organize combat readiness patrols in the Taiwan Strait. Taipei: As many as 24 Chinese aircraft and six vessels were detected by the Taiwan Defence Ministry near its territory on Friday, two days after China halted its large-scale military drills near the self-ruled island. “Six PLAN vessels and 24 … Read more

Officials Set To Make Public Sealed Donald Trump Search Warrant

Officials Set To Make Public Sealed Donald Trump Search Warrant

The search was believed to be focused on papers Trump may have removed from the White House.(File) Washington: US justice officials were poised Friday to make public a sealed warrant explaining the unprecedented raid on Donald Trump’s Florida estate that triggered accusations of political persecution by the former president and his supporters. The 76-year-old Trump … Read more

Europe In Talks With Elon Musk’s SpaceX To Fill Launch Void Left By Soyuz

Europe In Talks With Elon Musk's SpaceX To Fill Launch Void Left By Soyuz

The political fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has already been a boon for SpaceX.(File) Paris: The European Space Agency (ESA) has begun preliminary technical discussions with Elon Musk’s SpaceX that could lead to the temporary use of its launchers after the Ukraine conflict blocked Western access to Russia’s Soyuz rockets. The private American competitor … Read more

UN chief affirms support for denuclearized North Korea –

UN chief affirms support for denuclearized North Korea - Times of India

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA: United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Friday proclaimed unwavering UN commitment to a fully denuclearized North Korea, even as a divided Security Council allows more room for the isolated country to expand its nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs. Meeting South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol in Seoul, Guterres said he affirms … Read more

8 Dead, Businesses Set On Fire In Violence In Mexican City Bordering US

8 Dead, Businesses Set On Fire In Violence In Mexican City Bordering US

Mexico violence: Local media attributed the riot to the Sinaloa cartel. (Representational) Ciudad Jurez: The Mexican border city of Juarez saw a rash of violence on Thursday that left businesses burned and at least eight people dead, including a local radio presenter, authorities and witnesses said. In the first incident, two inmates died and four … Read more

Taiwan blames politics for cancellation of global Pride event –

Taiwan blames politics for cancellation of global Pride event - Times of India

TAIPEI: Taiwan on Friday blamed “political considerations” for the cancellation of WorldPride 2025 Taiwan after it said the organisers had insisted the word “Taiwan” be removed. Taiwan participates in global organisations like the Olympics as “Chinese Taipei”, to avoid political problems with China which views the democratically-governed island as its own territory and bristles at … Read more