International Current Affairs

Norway minister participates in Mithi river clean-up drive

Recently, Norway’s Minister of International Development Dag-Inge Ulstein, during his three-day visit to India participated in Mithi river clean-up with the environmental activist Afroz Shah. Afroz Shah is an environmental activist from Mumbai, Maharashtra. He ..

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Paul Biya wins the Presidential elections in Cameroon

The President of the central African country Cameroon for the last 37 years- Paul Biya recently won in the Presidential elections held in the country, by obtaining complete majority. His party -Cameroon People’s Democratic Movement ..

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Air India flight rescues 119 Indian nationals from the quarantined Diamond Princess Cruise ship

After several passengers and crew members were diagnosed with the coronavirus infection, the Diamond Princess cruise ship has been quarantined in the Port of Yokohama, Japan. Recently, a special Air India flight departed to Tokyo ..

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Sri Lanka withdraws from UN resolution on post-war accountability and reconciliation

Sri Lanka recently notified the UN Human Right Council that it is to withdraw from the UN resolution on post-war accountability and reconciliation. The UNHRC adopted a consensus resolution, asking Sri Lanka to probe allegations of ..

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Singapore develops antibody test to identify COVID-19

The Singapore Ministry of Health announced that an antibody test has been developed by the country’s medical school and it has successfully identified two people, who were infected by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The currently used ..

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Indian-origin minister Suella Braverman sworn in as UK’s Attorney General

Indian-origin minister Suella Braverman recently sworn in as the Attorney General of the United Kingdom. She was appointed by the new British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, after he reshuffled his cabinet. Suella is only the ..

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