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Mon, 19 Feb 2018

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    North Korea will Stop Nuke Tests if US Signs Peace Treaty

North Korea will Stop Nuke Tests if US Signs Peace Treaty

North Korea said it could stop its nuclear tests in exchange for signing a peace treaty with the US and a stop to annual military exercises between the US and

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    US Woman Sues Twitter for Helping IS Spread Globally

US Woman Sues Twitter for Helping IS Spread Globally

A Florida-based woman has filed a lawsuit against the micro-blogging site Twitter, accusing the firm of supporting the global spread of Islamic State (IS) by enabling its followers to recruit

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    NSCN-K Attends Myanmar Peace Conference

NSCN-K Attends Myanmar Peace Conference

NSCN (K) is reportedly attending the five-day Union Peace Conference (UPC), which got underway on January 12 in Myanmar’s capital city of Nay Pyi Taw, amidst earlier reports that ethnic

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    Deadly Blasts, Shootout in Jakarta Leave 7 Killed

Deadly Blasts, Shootout in Jakarta Leave 7 Killed

In a brazen midday assault, a band of well-armed militants detonated explosives and opened fire on Thursday in the heart of the Indonesian capital of Jakarta. When it was over,

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    Harry Potter Actor Alan Rickman, Dies at 69

Harry Potter Actor Alan Rickman, Dies at 69

Much-loved star of stage, TV and films including Harry Potter and Die Hard and Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves – and owner of one of the most singular voices in

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    Indo-Pak Foreign Secretary Level Talks Rescheduled

Indo-Pak Foreign Secretary Level Talks Rescheduled

The Indo-Pak Foreign Secretary level talks will not take place as scheduled in Islamabad tomorrow, said on Thursday, a development that comes in the wake of uncertainty created by the

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WHO Declares Ebola Over as Liberia Gets an All-Clear

  WHO Declares Ebola Over as Liberia Gets an All-Clear

The World Health Organization (WHO) announced on Thursday that the Ebola epidemic that has ravaged west Africa for two years

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Suu Kyi’s Surprise Attendance Seen as Boost for Myanmar Peace Talks

  Suu Kyi’s Surprise Attendance Seen as Boost for Myanmar Peace Talks

Aung San Suu Kyi’s last-minute decision to join Myanmar peace talks she had previously criticised took some attendees by surprise,

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Pakistan Military Behind Indian Consulate Attack in Afghanistan

  Pakistan Military Behind Indian Consulate Attack in Afghanistan

Pakistan Army officers were behind the January 3 attack on the Indian consulate in Afghanistan’s Mazar-i-Sharif, a senior Afghan police

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Messi Fans Vandalise Cristiano Ronaldo’s Statue in Portugal

  Messi Fans Vandalise Cristiano Ronaldo’s Statue in Portugal

In what should be termed as a shameful act of barbarism, Portuguese football sensation, Cristiano Ronaldo’s statue at his hometown

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Atleast 10 killed, 15 Injured in Istanbul Blast

  Atleast 10 killed, 15 Injured in Istanbul Blast

An explosion in the heart of Istanbul’s historic Sultanahmet tourist district killed at least 10 people and wounded 15 on

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China to Limit Family Size for up to 30 Years, Despite Concerns

  China to Limit Family Size for up to 30 Years, Despite Concerns

China will stick to family planning restrictions for up to 30 years, a senior Chinese official said on Monday, rejecting

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Japan Runs a Train Just to Help One Student Graduate

  Japan Runs a Train Just to Help One Student Graduate

For years, there’s only been one passenger waiting at the Kami-Shirataki train station in the northernmost island of Hokkaido, Japan:

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Over 20 Mn Children in Conflict Zones out of School: UNICEF

  Over 20 Mn Children in Conflict Zones out of School: UNICEF

Over 20 million children living in conflict-torn countries are out of school, the UNICEF has said. The United Nations Children’s

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Pathankot Attack; Pakistan Submits Initial Findings, ISI Joins Probe

  Pathankot Attack; Pakistan Submits Initial Findings, ISI Joins Probe

Pakistan on Monday submitted to India its initial findings on alleged Pakistani links to the Pathankot terror attack saying that

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S Korea, US Deploy Strategic Bomber over Korean Peninsula

  S Korea, US Deploy Strategic Bomber over Korean Peninsula

South Korea and the US on Sunday deployed the B-52 Stratofortress, a long-range strategic bomber, over the Korean Peninsula, three

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Giant Gold-Painted Statue of Mao Zedong Demolished in China

  Giant Gold-Painted Statue of Mao Zedong Demolished in China

A giant gold-painted statue of China’s Communist Party founder Chairman Mao Zedong has been suddenly demolished, apparently for lacking government

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