Current Events in the World

Tech sector urges Trump Government to keep work permits for H-1B Spouses

The technology trade groups of US have urged Trump Administration to allow the spouses of H-1B visa holders to work… Read More.

Eight killed as a violent hurricane strikes Europe

A violent hurricane has been reported in Europe which has claimed the life of eight people, including two firefighters.… Read More.

Sunken tanker Sanchi discovered, four oil slicks detected

An Iranian oil tanker Sanchi, which sank off China, has become the reason for four separate slicks. The… Read More.

Winter Olympics 2018: North Korea and South Korea to march together

North Korea and South Korea are going to march together with a unification flag in the upcoming Winter Olympics… Read More.

Bus catches fire in Kazakhstan, 52 killed

As per the reports of Kazakh Interior Ministry, 52 Uzbeks have been killed as a bus caught fire in Read More.

Former CIA officer arrested on charges of unlawful retention of classified information

A former CIA officer identified as Jerry Chun Shing Lee was arrested by authorities in the United States on… Read More.

Nine dead in motorway bridge collapse in Colombia

At least nine people were killed and five others injured when an under-construction motorway bridge in Colombia collapsed.… Read More.

Bangladesh and Myanmar agree on time frame to repatriate Rohingya refugees

Rohingya refugees who fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar following an army crackdown will be repatriated back to their country.… Read More.

Philippines Volcano eruption: Mount Mayon erupts, more than 12,000 evacuated

The most active volcano of Philippines, Mount Mayon has erupted. Lava was seen flowing down its crater on… Read More.

16 killed in Twin Suicide bombing in Baghdad

At least 16 people were killed and more than 65 people injured in a double suicide bombing that took… Read More.

Perth Bushfire: Sky turns Orange due to Inferno

The Australian city Perth witnessed dangerous bushfires on Sunday. More than 150 firefighters were involved in extinguishing the fire… Read More.

Threat Level Raised after Mayon Volcano Continues Erupting Ash, Philippines Authorities Evacuate Two Villages

Philippines authorities were forced to evacuate two villages with 6 km radius after the Mayon volcano continued spewing ash over… Read More.

Accidental False Ballistic Missile Alert Panics Hawaiians

Residents of Hawaii panicked and started fleeing their homes (abandoning cars in highway) after receiving false alert in their cellphone… Read More.

Swedish Clothing Giant H&M Outlets Thrashed in South Africa after Controversial Racial Advert

Outlets of H&M, Swedish clothing giant, was thrashed by angry protesters in Johannesburg over the alleged controversial racial advertisement by… Read More.

US President Donald Trump Waives Iran Sanctions for Now

US President Donald Trump has waived off the sanctions on Iran for now and kept the United States in the… Read More.

Saudi Arabia Allows Women to Watch Football Match at Stadium for First Time

The ultra-conservative Muslim country Saudi Arabia took unprecedented step towards liberalising its gender bias by allowing women football fans to… Read More.

African Nations Demand Apology from US President Donald Trump on his "Shithole" Comment

African Union, the organisation representing African countries, demanded an apology from the US President Donald Trump after he reportedly called… Read More.

US President Donald Trump cancels his plan to inaugurate US Embassy in the UK

US President Donald Trump has canceled his visit to the UK in February. The President had to inaugurate… Read More.

Fire breaks out in a toilet at Nottingham Railway Station

It was reported that a fire broke out in a toilet at Nottingham Station on early Friday morning. Firefighters… Read More.

Cyclone Joyce to approach Perth; Australian citizens advised to take precautions

A cyclone named Joyce is expected to hit Perth and other areas of the city on Sunday and… Read More.