Hope for jailed man who stole Osama bin Laden’s DNA
Who was the reclusive ailing uncle living with a large family in a big house in Abbottabad, a few miles
Jesus at the barricades in Hong Kong
Hong Kong police, which battled millions of people who protested against an extradition bill recently, has been accused of offending
Canadian warship dares China, patrols Taiwan Strait
Canada made a daring move against China on Tuesday when a Canadian warship passed through the Taiwan Strait from the
Polar bear travels 1,500 km with message of climate change
Residents in Norilsk in Siberia spotted on Sunday a polar bear walking the streets and foraging in the industrial zone
Magical video from Hong Kong protests: ‘When Moses parted the Red Sea’
Mass protests in Hong Kong have thrown up an interesting video that has come to define the conduct of protesters
Banff film festival is behind China’s craze for outdoor sports
Though Canada’s relations with China at the moment are not the best due to Huawei’s chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou’s
HBO series fuels anti-nuclear sentiment in Kazakhstan
HBO’s smash-hit TV series ‘Chernobyl’ shook up the entertainment industry and also roiled the world at large. Besides becoming the
The left-liberal message to Iranian women: You can go to hell
After massacre of Muslims by a white terrorist in two mosques in Christchurch in New Zealand in March, hijab has
Opposition to more migration is a global phenomenon
As the number of international migrants reaches new highs, people around the world show little appetite for more migration –
China leads in building skyscrapers
For the 23rd year in a row, China has maintained its reign as the most prolific country when it comes to the construction of 200-meter-plus tall buildings.
A boot camp for China’s ‘masculinity crisis’
As China debates its “masculinity crisis”, a school in Beijing, called the Boys’ Club, is training “feminine” boys in manly ways through military-like training.
Did India splurge UK aid on its tallest statue?
India is now a net giver of international aid; it gives more aid than it receives. And a Briton will find it illogical that the government keeps donating taxpayer money to a country set to overtake the UK in terms of GDP.
How many dangerous Humams are hiding among refugees?
A Yazidi woman staged a daring escape from the clutches of an ISIS militant, only to encounter him as a fellow refugee in Germany
The more things change in Saudi Arabia…
“Driving, to me, represents having a choice; the choice of independent movement, now we have that option and that’s important,”
British Muslims shout out: ‘We Muslims have one word for Jews. Shalom’
No, not all Muslims hate Jews. Several British Muslim groups made it a point to drive that home.
Hungarian prime minister wants a ‘Christian democracy’ and an ‘illiberal state’
Right-wing Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán wants to replace liberal democracy with a “modernized version of Christian democracy”
Terror triggers flight of money from London
London Bridge is falling down. The ambiguous old nursery rhyme echoes through a report that says wealthy people are deserting
How the world was overwhelmed by the Queen’s link to Prophet Muhammad
This not a new claim. The claim was first published in 1986 by Burke’s Peerage, a British authority on royal pedigrees.
How Chinese government has crept into American campuses
A recent report in the magazine has claimed that Chinese students in American campuses are paid by the embassy to attend state events.