International Relations Current Affairs (Page : 10)

  • Venezuela devalues its currency

    Monday, Feb 11, 2013

    Venezuela devalues its currency

    Venezuela’s government devalued its currency bolivar for the 5th time since 2003 (1st since 2010) to combat capital flight, a long-anticipated change e

  • New round of talks in Bahrain to solve political crisis

    Sunday, Feb 10, 2013

    New round of talks in Bahrain to solve political crisis

    A new round of dialogue is likely to commence between Pro- and anti-government groups in Bahrain aimed at solving the country's political crisis which co

  • Change in NATO command in Afghanisthan

    Sunday, Feb 10, 2013

    Change in NATO command in Afghanisthan

    Marine Corps General Joseph Dunford took over US and NATO command in Afghanistan from General John Allen and is expected to be the force's last commander

  • International Criminal Court  orders to hand over Senussi

    Friday, Feb 08, 2013

    International Criminal Court orders to hand over Senussi

    International Criminal Court (ICC) have ordered Libyan authorities to immediately hand over Abdullah al-Senussi, deposed Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's for

  • Japan and Russia spar over island dispute

    Friday, Feb 08, 2013

    Japan and Russia spar over island dispute

    Japan's defence ministry has said Russian fighter jets violated its airspace near a group of islands in the midst of a territorial dispute between the tw

  • Maldives Presidential elections  in September

    Thursday, Feb 07, 2013

    Maldives Presidential elections in September

    Elections Commission of Maldives has announces tentative date for Presidential elections in September.This follows the resignation  of Mohamed Nasheed i

  • China set to take control of Gwadar Port

    Thursday, Jan 31, 2013

    China set to take control of Gwadar Port

    China will take over the operations of Pakistan's strategic Gwadar port in the Arabian Sea and located at the entrance of the Persian Gulf about 75km eas

  • Indian -Bangladesh  to sign Extradition Treaty soon

    Tuesday, Jan 29, 2013

    Indian -Bangladesh to sign Extradition Treaty soon

    New Delhi and Dhaka are set to sign an extradition treaty as well as a liberalised visa agreement during home minister Sushilkumar Shinde's three-day vis

  • Milos  Zeman  is first directly elected President of Czech Republic

    Tuesday, Jan 29, 2013

    Milos Zeman is first directly elected President of Czech Republic

    Czech Republic’s first directly elected presidential vote saw the return of left leaning former Prime Minister  Milos Zeman who won 54.8 per cent


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