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At least 1 dead, 4 missing after building collapse in Tel Aviv

TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — A multilevel underground parking garage collapsed at a Tel Aviv construction site on Monday, killing at least two people and injuring some 17 others, according to police and rescue workers. The midday collapse sent a large plume of dust floating...

G20summit:PM Narendra Modi Meets Deputy Crown Prince Of Saudi Arabia

HANGZHOU:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi today met Deputy Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammad bin Salman in Hangzhou and held discussions on enhancing bilateral ties between the two countries. According to the Prime Minister's website, both the leaders held discussions regarding enhancing bilateral ties during...

Debt-Led Telecom War May Blow $74 Billion Hole in India’s Budget

Aggressive price wars that pushed some calls below a penny per minute in India may be catching up with wireless carriers. Mountains of debt could hinder their bidding for airwaves in next month's auction, potentially blowing a $74 billion (roughly Rs. 4,92,140 crores) hole in...

G20 Summit:Is China ready to set the global economic agenda?

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China is hosting the G20 summit, hoping to transform it "from a crisis-response system, to a long-term-governance body".   Members of the G20 summit account for two-thirds of the world's population, and 80 percent of the global economy. So it is fitting that members of the G20...

Huawei sees 85% of enterprise apps becoming cloud-based

HUAWEI PREDICTS that by 2025 all enterprise IT solutions will be “cloudified”, and more than 85 per cent of enterprise applications will be cloud-based. Every company will integrate its core business with the cloud, and will be on the look-out for cloud solutions that best...

North Korea fires missiles as G-20 continues in China

By Anna Fifield TOKYO — North Korea fired three ballistic missiles into the sea off its east coast Monday, possibly timed to coincide with the meeting of leaders of the world’s 20 largest economies in neighboring China. North Korea launched the missiles from a site south...

Microsoft apologises after Bing translates ‘Daesh’ into ‘Saudi Arabia

The text translator’s blunder put down to crowdsourced suggestions after anger from Saudi officials and social media called for countrywide boycott Microsoft has been forced to apologise after its Bing translation service suggested that the Arabic name for Islamic State “Daesh” meant “Saudi Arabia” in...

Yemen suicide attack clamed by IS ‘kills dozens’ in Aden

At least 60 people have been killed in a suicide car bombing at a military facility in the southern Yemen city of Aden, doctors say. A training camp, or compound used by the pro-government Popular Resistance militia, was hit, reports say. So-called Islamic State said it...

What Kenya, Africa stand to gain from Japan’s key forum

Ownership by Africa has always been the most important element of the Ticad process. In Summary Ticad is the biggest, oldest and most powerful international conference which discusses African development. The private sector-led development was identified as key to African development in the last Ticad in 2013. Ambassador...

Russia says ready for ‘humanitarian pause’ in Aleppo

Moscow agrees to UN's plea for 48-hour aid access but not willing to go back to weekly truces in battered city.   Almost 2 million people in Aleppo have been without running water for nearly two weeks FAST FACTS Russia says it wouldsupport a 48-hour ceasefirefrom...