Top headlines: Houthi rebels attack Aramco’s facility, Pak PM Imran Khan praises India

Check all the top headlines from the attack on Aramco’s facility to Switzerland’s peace talk.


Top headlines from Sunday, March 20:

Houthi rebels attack Aramco facility in Jazan, Saudi Arabia: Report

According to a report by Saudi Press Agency, the Houthi rebels in Yemen attacked the Aramco facility in the southern part of Saudi Arabia on early Sunday. The attack was accomplished using drones, ballistic missiles & cruise missiles. Read here 

Switzerland announces to hold peace talks between Russia & Ukraine

As the Russia-Ukraine war enters into Day 25 & there is no sign of ending it anytime soon, Switzerland has taken a stand to hold peace talks between the two countries. Read here 

Suzuki to invest $1.3 billion into EVs & battery manufacturing in India

On Sunday, March 20, the Japanese carmaker, Suzuki announced to invest $1.3 billion approx Rs 10,445 crore into electric vehicles & battery production in India. This move will help in achieving the long term goal of carbon neutrality. Read here

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy suspends 11 political parties with Russian connection

Out of the 11 political parties, the largest is the Opposition Platform for Life, which has 44 out of 450 seats in Ukraine’s parliament. Viktor Medvedchuk is the party head & the Russian President Vladimir Putin is considered as the godfather of Medvedchuk’s daughter. Read here 

10 million people have fled since Russia invaded Ukraine: UN

On Sunday, March 20, the United Nations has announced that ten million people have fled from Ukraine due to the Russian invasion. United Nations refugees chief, Filippo Grandi stated that citizens are the most who suffer in the war. “Among the responsibilities of those who wage war, everywhere in the world, is the suffering inflicted on civilians who are forced to flee their homes. The war in Ukraine is so devastating that 10 million have fled either displaced inside the country or as refugees abroad,” said Grandi. Read here 

Pak PM Imran Khan praises India’s foreign policy says “it’s for betterment of people”

Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan praised India for its foreign policies & accepted that it is for the betterment of people. Imran Khan was addressing a rally at the Malakand area of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Read here