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Australian Airline Company Lays Off 2,500 Staff Amid Covid-19 Lockdown

Australia's Qantas Group says it expects Sydney's COVID-19 lockdown to last for at least another two months and it will furlough 2,500 staff due to an...

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Turkey Wildfires: Despair and Questions as Forests Burn

Manavgat, Turkey – Turkey’s southern coastline is burning. On the wooded hills of Antalya’s Manavgat district, plumes of thick smoke appear in the sky...

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Hasty Peace Process Created Doubt And Ambiguity: Afghan President On US Troop Withdrawal

The Afghan president on Monday blamed the American troops' speedy pullout for the worsening violence in his country and said that his administration w...

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Check Why This 11-Year-Old Indian-American Girl Is One Of The Brightest Students In The World

An Indian American girl has emerged as an exceptional student after qualifying Johns Hopkins Talent Search test.The top US University has declared Nat...

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Wildfires Continue To Ravage Turkey’s Holiday Beach Destinations

Wildfires raged near Turkey's holiday beach destinations of Antalya and Mugla and in the surrounding countryside for a fifth day as the discovery of m...

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Four killed in helicopter crash in remote California region

Colusa: Four people aboard a helicopter were killed when it crashed in a remote area of Northern California, the Colusa County Sheriff’s Department sa...

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Myanmar's military extends emergency for two years

Myanmar's military ruler has named himself prime minister and announced to extend the state of emergency for two years. The military government named ...

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NZ PM apologises to Pacific communities for 'Dawn Raids'

Wellington: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Sunday formally apologised to Pacific communities affected by the Dawn Raids in the 1970s.Bet...

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Taliban fighters struck Kandahar Airport in southern Afghanistan

Taliban fighters struck Kandahar Airport in southern Afghanistan with at least three rockets overnight. The insurgent group’s spokesperson said today ...

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India begins UN Security Council Presidency for August

India today took over the Presidency of the United Nations Security Council for the month of August. External Affairs Ministry said, India’s vision ha...

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Rashad Hussain - Indian-American & first Muslim nominated as US' religious rights ambassador

Indian American Rashad Hussain becomes first Muslim to be nominated by Biden as religious rights ambassador Rashad Hussain is Director for Partnership...

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Karachi: Truck containing 780 bags of imported sugar falls into sea due to failed breaks.

A container truck carrying 780 sugar bags fell into the sea at Karachi port after its brakes failed, but the driver was unhurt. The mishap would cause...

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Japan declares state of emergency till August 31 to prevent spread of Covid

TOKYO: Japan on Saturday declared a state of emergency to Tokyo, Saitama, Chiba, Kanagawa, Osaka, and Okinawa Prefectures and applied priority measure...

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Pegasus snooping scandal: Israel launches probe into allegations against NSO

Jerusalem: Israel has launched a probe into the allegations of wrongdoing against the NSO Group in the Pegasus snooping scandal, with authorities insp...

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US to hold rare 2nd lottery for H-1B visa applicants

Washington: In what can be good news for hundreds of Indian IT professionals seeking the H-1B work visa, the US’ immigration agency has decided to con...

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Pak, US discuss negotiated political settlement in Afghan

Islamabad: Pakistan’s National Security Adviser Moeed Yusuf met with his American counterpart Jake Sullivan in Washington during which the two leaders...

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Evacuation flight brings 200 Afghans to US

Washington: The first flight evacuating Afghans who worked alongside Americans in Afghanistan brought more than 200 people, including scores of childr...

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Atleast 13 Taliban fighters killed in operations conducted by Afghan forces

In Afghanistan, atleast 13 Taliban fighters were killed and 16 others injured in operations conducted by Afghanistan National Defence and Security For...

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Australia deploys hundreds of soldiers in Sydney to enforce Covid lockdown

Sydney: Australia has deployed hundreds of soldiers in Sydney to enforce a Covid lockdown. A Delta outbreak which began last month has produced nearly...

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Nirav Modi’s lawyer pleads against extradition from UK

London: Pleading against extradition to India, fugitive diamantaire Nirav Modi has told the UK High Court that his removal from the country would seri...

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Covid-19: Germany imposes tough entry rules for travelers entering to the country.

The new measures mean testing will be compulsory for all unvaccinated travelers, whether they enter Germany by train, plane or car.Germany will requir...

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Indian lensman Danish Siddiqui was executed by Taliban: Report

Washington: Pulitzer Prize-winning Indian photojournalist Danish Siddiqui was not simply killed in a crossfire in Afghanistan, nor was he simply colla...

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Pak Govt is not spokesperson for Taliban: Pak PM

Islamabad: The Pakistan Government is not a spokesperson for the Taliban and Islamabad cannot be held responsible for the actions of the insurgent gro...

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Japan to widen virus emergency after record spike amid Games

Tokyo: Japan is set to expand the coronavirus state of emergency in Tokyo to neighbouring areas and the western city of Osaka on Friday in the wake of...

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8.2-magnitude earthquake hits Alaskan peninsula

Alaska: An 8.2 magnitude earthquake struck off the Alaskan peninsula yesterday, the United States Geological Survey said, prompting a tsunami warning....

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Australia to return 14 artworks to India

Canberra: Australia will return 14 artworks to India, including at least six believed to have been stolen or illegally exported, the National Gallery ...

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Saudi Arabia's 3-year travel ban for citizens visiting red list nations

Dubai: Saudi Arabia has announced a three-year travel ban and hefty penalties on citizens who visit countries on the kingdom’s Covid-19 red list, incl...

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US 'really messed it up' in Afghanistan: Imran Khan

Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the US “really messed it up” in Afghanistan as he questioned the American motive for the 2...

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Sydney lockdown extended by another month as Covid cases spike

Sydney’s lockdown has been extended by another month as Covid cases continue to rise. Australia’s largest city has been under stay-at-home orders sinc...

talibanapivotalmilitaryandpoliticalforceinafghanistan:china

Taliban a pivotal military and political force in Afghanistan: China

Beijing: China had urged Taliban to cut its ties with the East Turkestan Islamic Movement which is blamed by Beijing for terror activities and fueling...

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