Free Press Journal
  • Ethiopian PM resigns amidst political turmoil

    Addis Ababa : Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn submitted his resignation on Thursday, in a bid to ease political turmoil in the country.

  • Global community concerned over Pak’s anti-terror financing measures: US

    Washington :  The international community has long-standing concerns over deficiencies in the implementation of anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism measures by Pakistan, the US said today, amid reports that it wants to put Islamabad in an international terrorist-financing watchlist.

  • Pak govt trying to please US, India: Saeed

    Islamabad : Mastermind behind the 2008 Mumbai attacks Hafiz Saeed on Thursday said that he would challenge the Pakistan government’s decision of a crackdown on his two charities, adding that the government was trying to please America and India by “taking extreme action against us”.

  • Australian leaders open hostile rift over office affair 

    Canberra : Australia’s prime minister and his deputy have criticised each other in an open and hostile rift over politically damaging revelations that the deputy is expecting a baby with a former press secretary.

  • US slams Russia for ‘most destructive, costly cyber-attack’

    Washington : The US has slammed Russia for “the most destructive and costly cyber attack in history” that crippled computers worldwide and said it “will be met with international consequences”, media reports said.

  • Myanmar, Rohingya, Presidential spokesman Joynal Abedin, Myanmars Home Minister Kyaw Swe, Abdul Hamid in Dhaka, Bangladeshi counterpart, Myanmars military launched a security crackdown, myanmar to take back rohingya

    Bangladesh: Myanmar is ready to take back Rohingya Muslims

    Dhaka: An official says a visiting Myanmar minister has told Bangladesh’s president that Myanmar is ready to take back Rohingya Muslims who fled violence there. Presidential spokesman Joynal Abedin said Friday that Myanmars Home Minister Kyaw Swe told President Abdul Hamid in Dhaka that Myanmar was ready to take back Rohingya under a deal signed by the countries late last year.

  • US slams Russia for ‘most destructive, costly cyber-attack’ in history

    Washington: The US has slammed Russia for “the most destructive and costly cyber attack in history” that crippled computers worldwide and said it “will be met with international consequences”, media reports said. The attack, titled NotPetya, initially targeted computers in Ukraine last year but affected companies around the globe, like British advertising group WPP, Oreo maker Mondelez, drugmaker Merck and global shipping company FedEx, reports CNN. “It was part of the Kremlin’s