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Need for serious global response to terrorism Jaishankar

New Delhi, Jan 18 Calling terrorism the most serious threat to global security, Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar on Wednesday asked for a serious global response to it.

Intelligence sharing needed to combat terrorism Raheel Sharif

Davos, Jan 18 Pakistan's former army chief General (retd) Raheel Sharif said 2016 witnessed a significant decrease in terrorism and that intelligence sharing is a very important component of strategy to combat terrorism.

Beijing launches specialist police force

Beijing, Jan 18 Beijing launched a new specialist police force on Wednesday.

Reliance Defence delivers ‘Ice-class’ bulk carrier to shipping firm

Mumbai, Jan 18 Reliance Defence and Engineering on Wednesday said it has delivered another 74,500 DWT new, Ice-class Panamax Bulk Carrier Sea Amber to an international customer.

A top NATO general echoes Trump, calling aspects of alliance ‘obsolete’

Brussels, Jan 18 A top NATO general has echoed US President-elect Donald Trump's remark on the group and said that aspects of the alliance were obsolete.

Rajnath to meet Manipur CM over economic blockade

Imphal, Jan 18 Home Minister Rajnath Singh will meet Manipur Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh on Wednesday to discuss the protracted economic blockade along the two national highways in the state.

Obama commutes Chelsea Manning’s sentence

Washington, Jan 18 President Barack Obama announced on Tuesday that he is commuting the sentence of Chelsea Manning, who was convicted of sharing classified materials with WikiLeaks.

Italian officials eye tighter security at Colosseum

Rome, Jan 18 (IANSAKI) Italian officials want to install security cameras and a control room to monitor intruders and vandals at Rome's world-famous Colosseum monument and surrounding archaeological area, especially at night.

Dozens of Naples mafia suspects held in drugs bust

Naples, Jan 18 (IANSAKI) Police in southern Italy on Tuesday arrested 45 suspected members of Naples mafia drugs gangs who allegedly used women and children in their operations and whose clients included taxi drivers.

50 killed as Nigerian fighter jet mistakenly strikes civilian camp

Abuja, Jan 18 A Nigerian air force jet on Tuesday mistakenly bombed a civilian camp in the northeastern state of Borno, which led to at least 50 persons being killed, media reports said.

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