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25 Jun 2016World
China blocks India's NSG bid in Seoul
China backtracked on all previous assurances given to India and re-iterated that only NPT signatories could be eligible to join the NSG.
Powerful tornado hits China
A tornado hailstorm hit China's eastern Jiangsu Province which led to the destruction of buildings, causing 98 deaths.
Centre strongly denies allegations of training N.Korean scientists
The Centre strongly denied allegations that Dehradun-based CSSTEAP violated UN Sanctions by training North Koreans and conducting nuclear-related, mass destruction-related courses.
Campaigning intensifies in Spanish repeat elections
Campaigning has intensified ahead of Spain's repeat parliamentary elections, scheduled for 26 June.
David Cameron resigns after Brexit
British PM David Cameron has decided to step down after citizens voted to leave the EU, in the Brexit referendum.
MS804 flight recorders sent to France for repairs
Excessive salt deposits on the memory chips of EgyptAir MS804's flight recorders have led investigators to send the devices to Paris for repairs.
Maldives opposition calls for India
Ahmed Naseem, the leader of the Maldivian opposition has called for India's intervention amidst the ongoing political crisis in the country.
Britain bids farewell to EU
In a closely contested poll, voters in Britain have voted to leave the European Union.
Solar Impulse 2 lands in Seville after 71-hour flight
Solar Impulse 2-the single-seat airplane solely powered by the solar energy after a 71-hour flight has safely landed in Seville, Spain.
India set to become SCO's permanent member
India is set to become a permanent member of the Shanghai Co-operation Organisation (SCO), that is hosting its two-day summit at Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Colombia and FARC agree to ceasefire
As the end of the bilateral peace talks draws near, the Colombian government and the FARC rebels have agreed to a historic ceasefire.
Orlando shooter was seeking revenge: Lover
A man claiming to be the former lover of Omar Mateen stated that he acted out of "revenge" after finding out one of his partners was HIV positive.
Obama overhauls toxic chemical rules after 40 years
On 22nd June, 2016, President Obama signed the 1st overhaul of toxic chemicals in 40 years.
Furore over protest ban in Paris
French citizens have taken to social media to vent their outrage over the government's decision to ban a protest by labour unions scheduled to take place on 23 June in Paris.
Pakistan trained over 4,500 Kashmiri militants: J&K Govt
The JK government stated that over 4,500 Kashmiri militants were trained in terror camps in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and Pakistan in the last 26 years.
Forced conversion is un-Islamic: Pakistan Senate
The Pakistani Senate urged the government to adopt laws to protect the rights of women of religious minorities.
Teachers, govt hold talks after deadly clashes
The protesting Mexican teachers' union and the Mexican government have decided to hold negotiations after the recent clashes which left 8 dead and hundreds injured.
Brussels would remain extremely vigilant: PM Charles Michel
With increased security, Brussels stayed on high-alert following the arrests of three people, including relatives El-Bakraoui brothers–22 March suicide bombers.
Pakistan, Afghanistan hold talks on border clashes
Afghan Deputy Foreign Minister Hekmat Khalil Karzai and a delegation arrived in Islamabad to hold talks with Pakistan on their border clashes.
FBI releases Florida nightclub gunman's 911 transcripts
The FBI published partial transcripts of Omar Mateen's 911 calls.
Democrats lead in campaign holdings against Republicans
According to the reports of the Federal Election Commission (FEC), Hillary Clinton's campaign cash reserve of $42.5m is 32 times larger than that of Trump's $1.3m.
Afghanistan attacks claim more than 20 lives
On 20th June, 2016, Afghanistan witnessed 3 bombings, which resulted in the death of more than 20 people altogether.
20 Jun 2016World
6 dead, 50 injured in Mexico teachers' protests
Six people have been killed while 50 people including several policemen were injured in the clashes between the protestors and police in southern Mexico.
20 Jun 2016World
Indonesia fires Chinese vessels in South China Sea
Tension flared up over the South China Sea as an Indonesian navy vessel fired at Chinese fishing boats for fishing illegally in its claimed exclusive economic zone.
Belgium charges 3 with 'attempted terrorist murder'
After raiding dozens of homes and detaining several individuals, Belgian police have charged three men with 'attempted terrorist murder'.
France deports Russian fan chief over riots
The French government has deported Alexander Shpyrgin, the chief of the Russian Football Association fan club.
Afghan Dy Foreign Min to visit Pak
Afghanistan's Deputy Foreign Minister Hekmat Khalil Karzai would pay a visit to Islamabad in an effort to reduce the ongoing tensions between the two countries.
World mourns Cox's death, killer says 'Death to traitors, freedom for Britain' in court
While the death of MP Jo Cox shocked the world, her killer Thomas Mair when presented in court said "Death to traitors, freedom for Britain".
Disney installs gator warnings, barriers after mishap
Disney World in Florida has installed alligator warnings and barriers after a child was dragged away by one inside the park.
Torkham border re-opens after skirmishes between Afghanistan-Pakistan
Six days of border conflict eventually concluded in the re-opening of the Torkham crossing.
Belgian authorities arrest 12 in anti-terror raids
Belgian authorities made 12 arrests in an anti-terror raid, nearly three months after the deadly bomb attacks on Brussels.
Hundred's killed in Oromo Protests
A report published by the Human Right's watch states that more than 400 people have been killed in the Oramia region of Ethiopia by security forces.
US Congressional push for India's UNSC bid
In a push to India's bid for permanent membership in the United Nation's Security Council, a resolution was passed in the US House of Representatives, saying India's membership would strengthen democracy around the world.
US expresses concern over Maldives' political agenda
The United States has expressed concern "about the narrowing of legitimate political space" in the Maldives.
Toddler’s body recovered from Walt Disney World’s lagoon
The body the two-year-old toddler, who was dragged into a lagoon in Florida's Walt Disney World by an alligator in front of his family, has been recovered by the police.
British MP dies after being stabbed, shot in her constituency
Helena Joanne 'Jo' Cox, a Britain Labour MP from Batley and Spen died after a man in her constituency stabbed and shot her.
Russia condemns France's bias in Euro 2016 violence
The Russian government condemned the detention of Russian football fans in France after clashes with English football supporters in Marseille.
Soldier guarding El-Chapo found dead
A soldier posted outside the prison, where notorious drug lord El Chapo is being held was found dead.
15 Jun 2016World
Chinese spy ship shadows US, Japanese, Indian naval drill
A Chinese observation ship followed the U.S. aircraft carrier, John C. Stennis, amid the Malabar naval drill.
15 Jun 2016World
Northern France cities ban alcohol for Euro 2016
After a series of security incidents involving rowdy football fans, the French cities of Lille and Lens have agreed to ban the sale of alcohol when Euro 2016 football matches would be held there.