International News

West London on Terrible FIRE (With Live Video)

NIRMAN SANCHAR: West London: There are grave fears that lives have been lost as fire spreads through an entire 27 storey apartment building. Report on 7 News at 6pm. Two hundred firefighters are tackling a massive fire that has engulfed a block of flats near White City in West London. ...

US military fires 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles on Trump's orders at Homs airfield

Nirman Sanchar// 'No child of God should ever suffer such horror': US military fires 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles on Trump's orders at Homs airfield where Syrian dictator Assad launched chemical attack. The US military fired more than 50 tomahawk missi...

US elections 2016: Donald Trump's path to the US presidency – in pictures

Republican causes stunning upset in the US presidential election, beating Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. From announcing his campaign to his victory speech, we chart Trump’s path to the presidency in images:: ...

Burlington gun attack: Four women shot dead at US shopping centre

Nirmansanchar__/ Four women have been shot dead and a man critically injured at a shopping centre in Burlington, Washington state. Police have released a picture of the suspected gunman, who fled the scene armed with a rifle. The Cascade Mall and nearby shops have been evacuated and police have asked the p...

Jolly Amatya--First time from Nepal, UN Youth Assembly chair

Nirman Media// It is great massage to Nepalese youth, Nepali girl chairs the UN Youth Assembly, for the first tme from Nepal. ...

Hillary Clinton 'wins Democratic nomination'

7 Jun, 2016/BBC. Hillary Clinton has clinched the Democratic Party nomination for US president after reaching the required number of delegates, according to AP. The news agency's tally puts Mrs Clinton on 2,383 - the number needed to make her the presumptive nominee. She will become the first female nominee for a major US political party. ...

Trump Speaks Out After Postponing Chicago Rally: 'I Don't Want to See People Hurt'

Donald Trump said he postponed his rally tonight at the University of Illinois at Chicago Pavilion because he feared for those gathered and blamed the anger of protesters on economics. In three separate interviews Friday night on CNN, MSNBC and Fox News, Trump explained his reasoning he didn't go through with the rally. In one, he said that no one has been hurt at his rallies, despite an incident being caught on video in which a rallie...

Pyongyang Threatens US & South Korea With Nuclear Strike

Pyongyang issued a statement ordering a “pre-emptive nuclear strike of justice” unless the joint military drills off the Korean Peninsula, involving more than 300,000 South Korean and 15,000 American troops, are halted. The joint exercises, Key Resolve and Foal Eagle, due to start on Monday are an annual event that always generates tension. RT reports: The exercise involves conducting amphibious operations for possible war...

World’s Poorest President Urges Public To Kick The Wealthy Out Of Politics

Mujica, often described as the “world’s most humble president”, retired from office in 2015 with an approval rating of 70 percent. In an interview with CNN en Español this week the former Uruguay leader criticised world leaders for not truly representing the people. “We invented this thing called representative democracy, where we say the m...

Russian warplanes sit idle on Syria base during cease-fire

Dozens of Russian warplanes sat idle Tuesday on the tarmac at this Russian air base in Syria on the fourth day of a cease-fire brokered by Moscow and Washington. The apparent lull in action witnessed by the AP on a trip to the base, which was organized by the Russian defense and foreign ministries, contrasts with the hectic operation AP reporters saw here on a previous visit in January. The cease-fire that began at midnight Fri...

Clashes break out as France begins clearing Calais migrant camp

Clashes with police broke out on Monday as work got underway to clear part of the shanty town outside Calais in northern France where migrants are trying to reach Britain. Police fired tear gas around midday, about 150-200 migrants and activists threw stones, and three makeshift shelters were set ablaze, according to a Reuters photographer at the site. Earlier, one person was arrested for trying to stop a group of about 20 workers und...

Compromise necessary for political stability: Dr Kitaoka (with video)

Dr Shinichi Kitaoka, Japan International Cooperation Agency's (JICA) newly-appointed president, was in Nepal for a two-day visit. He woke up at 6 am on Monday to visit Sindhupalchowk and assess damages by the April 25 earthquake.  Dr Kitaoka is a prominent Japanese historian and experienced diplomat. Subhash Ghimire and Gunaraj Luitel discussed bilateral issues and JICA's evolving ro...

Philippines' Pia Wurtzbach crowned Miss Universe 2015, with Unseen Miss Universe 2015 footage

Pia Wurtzbach of the Philippines has been crowned as Miss Universe 2015 during the pageant's coronation night in Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday. Ariadna Gutiérrez of Colombia was named first runner-up while USA's Olivia Jordan was second runner-up. Who is Wurtzbach ? Wurtzbach is a Filipino-German actress, model, host, TV personality, chef, beauty writer, stylist, and makeup artist. She is of ...

INDIAN LEADER JOLLY URGES NEPAL TO SETTLE INTERNAL PROBLEMS; SAYS INDIA HAS NOT IMPOSED ANY BLOCKADE

26 Nov, 2015- Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Vijay Jolly has urged Nepal to settle its internal problems while making clear that India has not imposed any blockade on the Himalayan country. "India ever wants economic, social and cultural development of Nepal. India has not sanctioned any official or unofficial blockade. Therefore, the solution to the problems recently seen in Nepal is not w...

PARIS ATTACKS: KEY QUESTIONS AFTER ABAAOUD KILLED

21 Nov, 2015- France and neighbouring countries are on high alert after the Paris attacks, which killed 130 people and wounded hundreds more. President Francois Hollande says France is "at war" with so-called Islamic State (IS). Here we look at the international impact of the attacks and the lessons the authorities are trying to draw from it. Are the attacks over?...

Obama says wants Russia to shift focus on Islamic State

18 Nov, 2015- U.S. President Barack Obama said on Wednesday that, following the attacks on Paris, he wanted Moscow to shift its focus from propping up Syria's government to fighting Islamic State and would discuss this with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Obama, who is in Manila to attend the annual Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation summit, also said he welcomed France's move to step up strikes on Islamic State and that Washi...