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Australian deportation law irks New Zealand PM

Newsroom24x7 Desk New Zealand : New Zealand Prime Minister John Key and Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop had a blunt chat about the issue of Australian deportation laws which resulted in a conclusive distaste for the New Zealand PM. The laws, introduced last year, indicate that any non-Australian criminal imprisoned for a year or more

Japan pledges $1.5 bn aid money for migrant crisis

Newsroom24x7 Desk Japan : Every country is playing its role in the non-terminating migrant crisis and making financial contributions as per their own country budget. Japan has done its bit by anouncing aid money towards peace building. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe made a recent anouncement in this regard by pledging $810m (£534m) aid money

Afghan forces ready to take Taliban in a counter-attack

Newsroom24x7 Desk Kunduz : Afghan forces arrived at Kunduz airport in preparation for a counter-attack on the embattled city, which was under seizure of Taliban since Monday and have planned an operation in the next few hours. Militants captured buildings and freed hundreds from jail after carrying out a massive attack at Kunduz. The attacks

Modi calls upon international community to unite against terrorism

Newsroom24x7 Desk New York : An update on the post UN talks between US President Barack Obama and Indian PM Narendra Modi generated by Ministry of External Affairs indicated the extra emphasis that both leaders have laid upon terrorism. PM Modi has said that terrorism is a global phenomenon from which no country can be immune.

Uncompromising committment to climate change tops Modi-Obama talks

Newsroom24x7 Desk New York : US President Barrack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi held bilateral discussions on country wise benefits jointly and severally, with special focus on ambitious national agendas with goal-achieving strategies.Climate change featured specifically in these talks and leaders of both nations pledged their uncompromising commitment for this global cause. In

‘Supermoon’ comes with lunar eclipse

Newsroom24x7 Desk New Delhi : Supermoon, a rare celestial event, occurs when a full or new moon coincides with a Moon that is nearing its minimum distance (perigee) to Earth. The Moon takes an elliptical orbit around Earth, which means that its average distance changes from as far as 405,000 km (its apogee) to as

Certificate wanted, says Modi to a jam-packed US audience

Newsroom24x7 Desk California : Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a huge gathering of 18,500 strong audience which had gathered to listen to the Indian PM. Modi gave an hour-long address in his usual interactive style and forced the audience to roar a cheer. Chants of “Modi, Modi” rose as the Prime Minister entered the SAP

Pro-independence parties win elections in Catalonia, Spain

Newsroom24x7 Desk Catalonia, Spain : “We have won,” Catalan regional President Artus Mas told his cheering supporters late on Sunday. In the Catalonia region of spain, during elections and counting done in regional polls, the Pro-independence parties have won an absolute majority in regional elections, near complete results show. With more than 90% of the

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