International Relations Current Affairs (Page : 7)

  • India and Myanmar to hold first ever bilateral naval exercise in the Bay of Bengal

    Friday, Mar 15, 2013

    India and Myanmar to hold first ever bilateral naval exercise in the Bay of Bengal

    India and Myanmar will have their first ever bilateral naval exercise in the Bay of Bengal as two warships of the Myanmar Navy, a frigate and a corvette, will a

  • Sudan and South Sudan agrees to AU brokered deal

    Wednesday, Mar 13, 2013

    Sudan and South Sudan agrees to AU brokered deal

    Sudan and South Sudan have agreed to resume the flow of South Sudan's oil exports through pipelines in Sudan within two weeks, more than a year after Sou

  • South korea opens publicity center in Dokdo islands

    Sunday, Mar 03, 2013

    South korea opens publicity center in Dokdo islands

    South Korea has opened a centre dedicated to explain the country's claims to Dokdo/Tokto islands, which Japan calls Takeshima, a set of islands in the Se

  • Taiwan to hold military exercise in disputed islands of Spratly

    Sunday, Mar 03, 2013

    Taiwan to hold military exercise in disputed islands of Spratly

    Taiwan would stage a live-fire exercise in disputed South China Sea islands, Taiping Island in the Spratly, a move that could raise regional tensions. A spra

  • Malaysia attacks armed group occupying Sabah

    Saturday, Mar 02, 2013

    Malaysia attacks armed group occupying Sabah

    Malaysian authorities have launched attack on the armed group from Philippines who have occupied a Malaysian village in island of Sabah claiming it to be the

  • Thailand government and Muslim rebel groups agrees for a peace talk

    Thursday, Feb 28, 2013

    Thailand government and Muslim rebel groups agrees for a peace talk

    Government of Thailand and a Muslim rebel group in Southern Thailand have agreed to start a Malaysian brokered peace talk to end a worsening conflict in the

  • Slovenia PM ousted over corruption scandal

    Thursday, Feb 28, 2013

    Slovenia PM ousted over corruption scandal

    Slovenia's parliament has ousted the conservative Prime Minister Janez Jansa in a no-confidence vote and designated Alenka Bratusek from the opposition P

  • Tunisia's ruling party Ennahda to give up control of key ministries

    Thursday, Feb 28, 2013

    Tunisia's ruling party Ennahda to give up control of key ministries

    Tunisia's ruling Islamist party Ennahda will give up control of key ministries, including the ministries of the interior, justice, foreign affairs and de

  • Iran and World powers talks in Almaty over Nuclear issue

    Wednesday, Apr 10, 2013

    Iran and World powers talks in Almaty over Nuclear issue

    World powers (P5+ Germany) and Iran are holding talks in Kazakhstan's commercial capital Almaty over the offers presented by both sides aimed at breaking

  • Italy elections throws a hung parliament

    Wednesday, Feb 27, 2013

    Italy elections throws a hung parliament

    A political paralysis appeared certain as Italy voted in national elections to elect a hung Parliament giving no party a clear majority in the upper house. Howe


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