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US Congressman Raja Krishnamurti says he is deeply concerned about India-China border

Raja Krishnamurti is the only Indian American to serve on the Intelligence Committee. Washington: The Indo-US congressman called on China to stop India’s military provocations and to reach a diplomatic resolution on the tense border confrontation in Ladakh. Raja Krishnamurti said this after a secret briefing on the issue by the Standing Selection Committee of the House of Intelligence, the …

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Is South Africa doing enough to combat xenophobia? | Africa

Migrants in South Africa are facing increasing attacks, and police are often indifferent to the issue. This is the conclusion of a report by Human Rights Watch (HRW), published a year after the launch of the national plan to combat xenophobia. HRW found many South Asian and African migrants living in fear. The mob destroyed businesses and homes owned by …

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The controversial CDC guideline for testing for Covid-19 was not written by its scientists

According to the New York Times database, as of Thursday, more than 30 million cases of coronavirus have been reported worldwide. In particular, India has recently made a significant contribution to the calculation, adding an average of more than 93,000 new cases per day in the last week. Some countries that suffered severe strokes in the early stages have seen …

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The President of Belarus closed the western borders, put the army on high alert News

The President of Belarus, upset by six weeks of mass protests demanding his resignation, has announced that he is putting troops on high alert and closing the country’s borders with Poland and Lithuania. President Alexander Lukashenko’s decision on Thursday underscored his repeated allegations that the West was leading the wave of protests. He faces increased criticism from the United States …

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New Zealand’s finance minister expects a strong economic recovery

SINGAPORE – New Zealand forecasts a strong recovery for its economy in the three months ending in September, Finance Minister Grant Robertson said on Friday. The country fell into a sharp recession – two consecutive quarters of negative growth – after GDP fell 12.2% in the quarter from April to June, largely in line with the 12.8% decline economists had …

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Alexei Navalny’s careless poisoning turns Angela Merkel against Vladimir Putin

Oleksiy Navalny in 2019. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov / Bloomberg Photographer: Andrey Rudakov / Bloomberg Alexei Navalny’s team was having breakfast in the Siberian city of Tomsk when they were told that the opposition leader had fallen seriously ill on a flight home to Moscow. Activists rushed to a room at the Xander Hotel, which he had left hours earlier, and …

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“Medicane” leads to Greece

A rare Mediterranean cyclone began raking western Greece with heavy rains on Thursday, and was expected to hit the entire country on Friday, with hurricane-force winds and life-threatening floods, forecasters said. Cyclone Janos is an example of what meteorologists sometimes call the Medican, a powerful type of storm almost unknown until the 1990s. It was more often perceived as a …

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Jeanine Agnes withdrew from the presidential election in Bolivia

MEXICO CITY – Interim President of Bolivia Janine Agnes said on Thursday that she was abandoning her campaign, ending a tumultuous year in power during which the rift in her polarized nation only deepened. The announcement came just a day after a thorough poll reported that she had risen to fourth place in the presidential race. Voting is scheduled for …

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Israelis prepare for unpopular second blockade World news

The Israelis are preparing to enter the second blockade of the national coronavirus on Friday, facing tough restrictions for at least three weeks that will block the usual holiday season filled with Jewish holidays. The cabinet released a full list of rules on Thursday, which seeks to return to the tough measures that the Israelis hoped were behind them when …

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