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Nepal appeals for aid as death toll rises

Nepal appeals for aid as death toll rises

According to relief groups, many areas of Nepal were without electricity and water since the quake.

Putin, Zuma send condolences, Russia readies rescue team for Nepal

Putin, Zuma send condolences, Russia readies rescue team for Nepal

The death toll in Nepal is still rising and hundreds are reported missing.

UN Chief to attend Russia Victory Day celebrations: Reports

UN Chief to attend Russia Victory Day celebrations: Reports

Russia’s Red Army lost 8.5 million troops in the war.

Indian PM assures help after Nepal earthquake

Indian PM assures help after Nepal earthquake

Tremors were felt in New Delhi as well as northern Indian states.

Farmers need Formal Financing: India Central Bank chief

Farmers need Formal Financing: India Central Bank chief

Millions of small farmers are struggling to survive as erratic weather hits their only source of income.

EU prepares military option against traffickers

EU prepares military option against traffickers

Cameron pledged to dispatch a Royal Navy flagship, three helicopters and two patrol ships to assist Greece and Italy.

Asia-Africa synergy crucial for south-south ties

At Asia Africa Summit, leaders endorse a "new type of global partnership", writes a Chinese foreign policy expert.

China-Russia hold security meet on north-east Asia

China-Russia hold security meet on north-east Asia

China, Japan and South Korea are key north-east Asian countries.

HRW: Captive Muslims in CAR must be freed

HRW: Captive Muslims in CAR must be freed

On Sunday, the UN said that its peacekeepers had rescued 21 ethnic Fulani Muslims who had been captured by the anti-Balaka in 2014.

Zuma warns against indiscriminate use of the term “xenophobia”

Zuma warns against indiscriminate use of the term “xenophobia”

Troops have been deployed despite clashes having subsided after days of violence.