New Delhi, Jan 14, Following are the top foreign
Jerusalem: Keen to bolster Israel's relations with India, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu leaves for the country on a six-day visit, which he says would provide an opportunity to enhance bilateral cooperation with a "global economic, security, technology and tourism power". By Harinder Mishra FGN13 UK-INDIA-MOU London: India and the UK sign two agreements on return of Indians, who are living in Britain as illegal migrants, and sharing criminal records and intelligence. By H S Rao FGN11 UK-TRUMP London: Donald Trump had cancelled his next month's visit to the UK after the British government did not show him "enough love", according to a media report quoting a source close to the US President. By Aditi Khanna FGN1 WB-EODB-RANKINGS Washington: Giving credence to the theory that the World Bank's popular ease of doing business (EODB) ranking is not credible and accurate, its chief economist Paul Romer announces to recalculate the national rankings of business competitiveness going back to at least four years. By Lalit K Jha FGN4 US-HAWAII-MISSILE-3RDLD ALERT Washington/Honolulu: A false alert warning of a ballistic missile aimed at Hawaii triggers panic in the US territory, forcing authorities to apologise for the "human error", amidst fears of an attack by North Korea. By Lalit K Jha FGN12 PERU-QUAKE Lima: A powerful earthquake strikes off Peru's coast, prompting a US agency to issue a tsunami threat message for parts of the country and neighbouring Chile. (AP) FGN8 IRAN-TANKER-FIRE Tehran: An Iranian official says there was no chance any crew members had survived among the 32 aboard an oil tanker on fire off the coast of China for more than a week.
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