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Tech major Apple becomes first company charged with EU's DMA rules

The European Commission has informed tech major Apple of its preliminary view that its App Store rules are in breach of the Digital Markets Act (DMA), as they prevent app developers from freely steering consumers to alternative channels for offers and content.

Bangladesh's deadliest hangman Shahjahan Bhuiyan, who executed six killers of Bangabandhu, dies in Dhaka hospital

Bangladesh's deadliest executioner Shahjahan Bhuiyan, who had executed six killers of the country's founding father Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, died at a hospital in the capital Dhaka City on Monday.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange leaves UK following US plea deal

Ending the legal saga, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has finally left the UK after he reached a deal with the US authorities that will enable him to plead guilty to criminal charges and go free.

Canada's Ontario Science Centre shuts down over reports pointing serious structural issues

Toronto/IBNS: Ontario Science Centre has suddenly shut down owing to findings of serious structural issues with all its three buildings by a new report from professional engineers that could materialize as early as this winter.

South Korea: 18 Chinese citizens killed in lithium battery factory explosion near Seoul

Seoul: At least 22 people, including 18 Chinese nationals, were charred to death in a fire at a South Korean lithium battery factory on Monday, media reported.

Amnesty International asks Pakistan to ensure attacks on Ahmadiyya community members should be ended

Amnesty International asks Pakistan authorities to ensure Ahmadiyya members should not be attacked

Cancer drugs worth Rs. 360 million stolen from Pakistani hospital

Cancer drugs worth Rs. 360 million have been stolen in a Pakistani hospital, media reports said.

Israel Defense Forces targets Hamas commander Raad Saad

The Israel Defense Forces on Saturday targeted a Hamas military site in Gaza's Shati camp with several media reports claiming senior commander of the group Raad Saad was the target of the attack.

Strong economy cannot be imagined in an unstable state torn by terrorism: Shehbaz Sharif

Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday said prevalence of terrorism in his nation was a complicated matter and everyone needs to play their role to end the menace.

Unidentified terrorists target passenger bus in Pakistan, two die

Unidentified terrorists opened fire on a passenger coach in Pakistan's  Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa region which left at least two people killed, media reports said.

Exploitation of Sikh religious sentiments in Pakistan

The Sikh community in Pakistan has long struggled with systemic oppression and neglect.

Ukraine PM Denys Shmyhal says his country will initiate talks on becoming EU membership soon

Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal on Friday said his country will initiate talks on becoming European Union membership next week.

UN officials highlight massive poverty, humanitarian despair in Taliban-ruled Afghanistan

The humanitarian needs in Afghanistan are “alarmingly high” and the international community is in “crisis management mode”, the UN Security Council heard on Friday.

Shooting at a grocery store in USA leaves three people dead, 10 hurt

A shooting incident at a grocery store in Fordyce, U.S. state of Arkansas, left at least three people dead and 10 others injured, police said on Saturday.

Ex-President Donald Trump promises Green Cards to foreign graduates from American colleges as road to US poll heats up

With the road to US presidential polls slowly heating up, former President and possible Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said if he is re-elected then his administration will grant 'automatic' Green Cards to citizens after they graduate from American colleges.