Myanmar’s Suu Kyi rejects genocide claims in UN Court
The 1991 Nobel peace laureate rejected the “misleading and incomplete” allegations by The Gambia that Myanmar's 2017 military operation amounted to an attempt to exterminate the Rohingya. Thousands of people were killed and raped and around 740,000 Rohingya fled to neighbouring Bangladesh after the Myanmar military launched a huge offensive.
Aung San Suu Kyi set to make history in Hague genocide case
The state of Gambia, acting on behalf of the 57-nation Organisation of Islamic Co...
Business to movies: Serbia emerges as a gateway to Central & Southern Europe
Serbia has been fascinating Indian filmmakers and producers in recent years with 10 Indian films being shot in Serbia over the past four years. The list of blockbusters include ‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’ –– the Bollywood blockbuster on the 2016 surgical strikes by the Indian Army across the border –– and ‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’ (2017).
In historic vote, US House recognizes 'Armenian genocide'
US House of Representatives took the historic step when the chamber voted 405 to 11 in support of the symbolic resolution "affirming the United States record on the Armenian Genocide," a first for the US Congress.
ET View: It’s not so much Peter Handke, but the Nobel Prize that should be judged by its choice
What has troubled some critics is that he is a public sympathiser of Yugoslavian and Serbian war criminal Slobodan Miloševic.
Tough to prove 'Kashmir genocide' claim: Pakistan ICJ lawyer
Khawar Qureshi has said, "in absence of these evidences, it is extremely difficult for Pakistan to take this case to the ICJ".
Chinese snooping tech spreads to nations vulnerable to abuse
The facial recognition system created by Huawei has wrecked havoc in Serbia's capital Belgrade as critics believe the technology erodes personal freedom and exposes the citizens to snooping by the Chinese government.
When fast food is good for health
Navratri meals should become regular inflight options as they are keto-compliant.
Bangladesh ups ante on Pakistan; demands UN recognition for 1971 genocide
International bodies, experts, historians & foreign journalists have given their clear opinion and evidence in support of commission of this genocide.
How Central European state Serbia contributed to making of Uri
“We are very proud of every new film that we serviced in Serbia, and URI has been the biggest accomplishment so far. "
Hike in import duty on US apples to strengthen domestic prices
Though output was more than average in Jammu & Kashmir last year, quality was marred by erratic weather.
How picturesque Serbia is winning hearts of Bollywood filmmakers
2018 marks the busiest year for Serbian production service companies in relation to Indian market.
Naidu invokes Nehru while talking of NAM in Serbia
During the visit, the two sides signed an agreement on cooperation in the field of plant health and plant quarantine and a revised Air Services Agreement.
Myanmar spokesman rejects UN genocide report against Rohingyas
His comments came a day after the UN report, which marked the first time the organisation has explicitly called for Myanmar officials to face genocide charges of genocide.
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