International: The report contained inaccurate information and conclusions, says the Saudi Foreign Ministry
International: Biden administration officials say the decisions on sanctions and visa bans will send a clear message about how the United States wants to see the future U.S.-Saudi relationship
International: At a global webinar, they also promise to lobby with U.S. President
International: U.S. will not tolerate individuals who threaten or assault activists, dissidents and journalists on behalf of foreign governments, says Antony Blinken
International: U.S. intelligence concluded that Mohammed bin Salman “approved an operation in Istanbul to capture or kill the Saudi journalist”.
International: Sri Lanka on Friday cleared the burial of COVID-19 victims, reversing its nearly year-long policy of mandatory cremations that the country’s Muslim co
International: They also attacked a military camp
International: Foreign Secretary says Colombo wants to maintain friendly relations with all countries
Technology: Toyota said it plans to sell the module to other companies in the spring of 2021 or later, but did not disclose details on price or sales target
Technology: Hackers allegedly working for Moscow surreptitiously subverted SolarWinds' software to infiltrate their targets, spending months inside government networks before they were identified
Technology: The South Korean automaker kept buying chips even as rivals cut orders to reflect diminished demand because of the pandemic
National: Diplomatic Affairs Editor Suhasini Haidar takes a look at the recent border developments between India and Pakistan.
Data: On the other hand, the U.S. is well ahead of its target
International: The Queen and her husband, 99-year-old Prince Philip, received their first of two doses last month.
International: A woman who as a teenager ran away to join the Islamic State group has lost her bid to return to the U.K. to fight for the restoration of her citizen
International: A video on the largest flower village in the Mekong Delta region in Vietnam
International: For 10 months, Muslim and Christian minorities in the country and international rights groups have been lobbying the government to end the policy of forced cremations.
International: The FATF, added Morocco, Burkina Faso, Senegal and the Cayman Islands to the watchlist during a plenary session this week.
International: Ahead of the release of the declassified U.S. intelligence report, U.S. President Joe Biden spoke to Saudi King Salman for the first time since taking office more than a month ago.
International: Mr. Somare was Papua New Guinea’s longest-serving leader after it became independent of Australia in 1975.