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Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Bats For Communal Harmony In The Country

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged the political leaders not to use religion as a political tool as the …

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US President Donald Trump Tweets 1st Covid Vaccine In US Administered

US President Donald Trump took to Twitter to announce that the first shot of Covid vaccine has been administered in …

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Post-Brexit Trade Agreement : England, European Union Agree To Go Extra Mile To Seal Deal

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen have agreed to go the “extra mile” …

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Yet To Accept Defeat : US President Donald Trump’s Bid To Overturn Election Rejected By US Supreme Court

The US Supreme Court rejected a bid by Texas’ attorney general to block the ballot of voters in battleground states …

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Time Magazine’s 2020 Person Of The Year : US President-elect Joe Biden And Vice President-elect Kamala Harris

The prestigious TIME magazine as ‘2020 Person of the Year’  is the US President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala …

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Boris Johnson Hints At ‘Firm Decision’ Soon On UK-EU Post-Brexit Trade Deal

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission Chief Ursula von der Leyen have agreed to take a “firm decision” …

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US President-elect Joe Biden Promises In His First 100 Days, 100 Million COVID-19 Vaccinations

US President-elect Joe Biden has said that in the first 100 days of his administration, he would mandate everyone to …

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US President Donald Trump’s Shocking Election Results Jibe, Calls ‘US Third World Country’

United States President Donald Trump has likened the US to a “third world country” as he blasted the “rigged” election, …

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Vaccination Against Covid-19 : United Kingdom Prepares For Historic Moment

The first 50 National Health Service (NHS) hospitals are gearing up for what the UK government has described as the …

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Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Recalls Pakistan’s Atrocities During Independence Struggle

Pakistan’s atrocities during the war of Independence in 1971 are “unshakable memories” for Bangladesh, said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. “Incidents …

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World Watch Update News, Online News of World Watch

The section brings to fore the  affairs of the world . What is happening in which corner of the world is all here. It has all the issues and covered incisively with quotes from news agencies which give the correct ground situation. From US President Donald Trump, The Britain’s Brexit, the arrival of Boris Johnson , the ever changing political equations in Europe . The dominating influence of China, Japan are followed. It brings also the nations which not many see or know North Korea for instance. What is the situation in the middle east, Israel , Palestine. The Gulf nations – Saudi Arabia,  Iran , Iraq .  The political situation in Afghanistan. The political scenario in Russia.

Look the upcoming US Presidential polls in 2020. Can Trump get a second term ? How is Britain coping with the exit post Brexit? How is Boris Johnson faring as  a premier .? Can he deliver given the huge mandate he got in the recent national polls.

The threats  that European nations face from the terror groups likes the ISIS. How are they dealing with it . How the world is united to fight terror in any parts of the world. In the new world order – terror is the biggest threat to world peace harmony and development

How is the superstar cricketer turned politician Imran Khan handling Pakistan as Prime Minister? Are some topics which arouse interest and curiosity among readers . World Watch tries to give them all.

G- 8 , G- 20 summits , the annual United National General assembly sessions, the role of the  United nation security Council, too get a role when they  take up the role of intermediary between the nations to solve disputes that had ravaged the nations involved. They also step up efforts to break the ice between the nations so that peace is not put at risk. And stage is not set for  war. That would be catastrophic for the world.

The political developments in Asian nations like – Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines,  and the ones  in the sub- continent  the likes of – Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Myanmar too are kept watch.

How is the equation between the SAARC nations in all the fields ?

How is the world coping with the deadly coronavirus and what has been the impact of it globally . And how long will it take to bounce back.