Level of satisfaction with democracy is dipping in developed nations: Study

The author of the report stated that the state of democracy across the world has hit a state of malaise and is on its way to peak in developed countries.

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After UK, EU allows Huawei 5G with strict guidelines

The US has banned Huawei from its own 5G rollout because of security concerns and threatened to limit intelligence-sharing with the United Kingdom

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BBC to cut 450 newsroom jobs in cost-saving plan

The BBC said the cuts, along with others already implemented, would enable it to meet a $105 million savings target by 2022.

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Palestinian leaders free to come up with a counter offer: Pompeo

Trump's proposals reportedly included no Palestinian input and grants Israel much of what it has sought in decades of international diplomacy.

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UK should relook implementation of Huawei in 5G networks, urges Pompeo

PM Boris Johnson had granted Huawei a limited role in Britain's 5G mobile network

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Top 10 world news today: Saudi Aramco Jizan facilities targeted, Coronavirus death toll rises and more

Here are the top 10 news stories that dominated the world arena.

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737 MAX effect: Boeing reports first annual loss in over two decades

The aerospace giant reported a $1.0 billion loss in the fourth-quarter and a loss of $636 million for all of 2019, the company's first year in the red since 1997.

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Saudi Arabia's Aramco facilities in Jizan targeted, claim Yemen's Houthis

The military spokesman reported said the group had targeted the Abha and Jizan airports 'with a large number of rockets and drones'

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Several countries suspend flights to China as Coronavirus death toll climbs to 132

The Russian diplomatic mission said China and Russia were working together to develop the coronavirus vaccine.

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US charges Harvard and Boston academics for spying, links with China

According to reports, three people have been federally indicted in three separate cases for allegedly lying about their involvement with the Chinese government.

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Soon, cars to have inbuilt system to keep drowsy drivers alert and awake

Camera and artificial intelligence (AI) will be used in this technology which will be inbuilt in cars from 2022.

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United States bombing of Afghanistan hits 10-year high: US Air Force

The figure published online by US Air Forces Central Command represents a dramatic surge in bombings in Afghanistan compared to the peak of President Barack Obama's "surge" in 2009 when 4,147…

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US House passes bill to support Tibet, warns sanctions on Chinese officials for interfering in Dalai Lama's succession

Bill states that if Chinese officials interfere in process of recognizing a successor or reincarnation of Dalai Lama, they will be subject to sanctions under Global Magnitsky Act.

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Earthquake of 7.7 magnitude strikes the Caribbean, tsunami warning issued

The earthquake hit at a depth of 10 kilometres in the sea around 2 pm, 125 kilometres northwest of Lucea, Jamaica.

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Australian PM seeks greater federal powers to protect the nation from threatening bushfires

Plan shows conservative leader moving to head off criticism of his ineptitude at managing the country's worst bushfire season became apparent last year.

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