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Head-to-head comparisons of countries' armed forces have to compensate for a variety of factors, but the number of troops a country can commit to combat right away is a key factor in its military strength.
A little-known, rare, and extremely deadly virus has emerged and killed people in India — here’s what to know about Nipah virus
Nipah is a newly emerging deadly virus that can jump from bats to other species, including humans. It can be transmitted from person to person and has killed between 40% and 75% of infected people in most outbreaks so far.
India is home to the most polluted cities in the world. Living with air pollution is a harsh reality for Indians in cities like Delhi and Jaipur, many of whom have resorted to wearing surgical masks and protesting in the street for cleaner air.
Russia exported about $6.14 billion of major weaponry in 2017, including military aircraft, ships, armored vehicles, guided munitions, and more. Nearly $4 billion of the $6.14 billion exported was of military aircraft.
The leaders of France and Australia just took aim at China with pointed comments about following the rule of law
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and French President Emmanuel Macron both commented on the need for China to adhere to the rule of law in the Asia Pacific. Australia has been closely monitoring China's growing influence in the region where France has territorial links.
Asia is home to some of the world's biggest and most populous countries — it's no coincidence that the region has some of the world's most powerful militaries.
A trade deal with post-Brexit Britain is not a priority for India, its high commissioner to the UK has said.
Trump’s ‘contempt’ for a law against bribing foreign officials could land him in hot water with Mueller
President Donald Trump could be running afoul of a law — one he deemed "horrible" — because of his overseas business interests.
But even without hearing its name, Beijing can be assured that the US has put together a plan to stop its advance towards regional hegemony.