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    ‘Our lives are in danger’: Afghans queue up to get passports

    Like thousands of his compatriots, Abdel Khalid Nabyar waited outside Afghanistan’s main passport office to apply for the precious travel document that would allow him to leave the war-torn nation.

    Central Asia
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    US 'really messed it up' in Afghanistan, says Pakistan PM Imran Khan

    Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the US "really messed it up" in Afghanistan, as he questioned the American motive for the 2001 invasion of the country in the first place.

    Central Asia
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    Hajj pilgrims face growing heat stroke risks with global warming

    As thousands of devout Muslims flock to Islam's holiest sites in Saudi Arabia for the annual Hajj pilgrimage this week, scientists warn the sacred rite is under threat due to deadly rising heat.

    West Asia
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    Pakistan, Saudi Arabia to work on easing travel restrictions

    Pakistan and Saudi Arabia on Tuesday discussed measures to ease Covid-19 travel restrictions, which have stranded around 400,000 Pakistani workers back home, foreign ministers of the two countries told reporters.

    South Asia
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    UK military has failed to protect women from abuse: report

    Around two-thirds of female veterans in the British armed forces have experienced bullying, harassment or discrimination in their careers, a parliamentary report said on Sunday.

    World
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    "Phenomenal Heat" And Other Climate Mysteries Are Puzzling Scientists

    The assessment, the first part of a trio of reports from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), will be released on August 9 at the end of meetings starting Monday.

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    From China to Germany, floods expose climate vulnerability

    Deadly floods that have upended life in both China and Germany have sent a stark reminder that climate change is making weather more extreme across the globe.

    World
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    EU warns Bosnian Serb leaders against genocide denial

    The European Union on Friday warned Bosnian Serb leaders against denying the massacre at Srebrenica as a genocide after they opposed a ban on genocide denial instituted.

    World

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    Beyond the Obvious: Reading Imran Khan’s Op-Ed on Afghanistan

    AFGHANISTAN, the fabled ‘Graveyard of Empires’ has captured news headlines and grabbed the attention of the international political community since the US withdrawal announced.

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    Indian Supreme Court Ruling on Kashmir Internet Ban- An Analysis

    When a right is violated, the remedy has to be the restoration of the right. No matter how beautifully the lofty principles of fundamental rights are articulated, nothing can substitute for real action to restore them.

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    Vietnamese women strive to clear war-era mines

    Inching across a field littered with Vietnam war-era bombs, Ngoc leads an all-women demining team clearing unexploded ordnance that has killed tens of thousands of people - including her uncle.

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    Soleimani's Assassination: The Mafia Would Have Been Proud

    Trump’s reckless policy may help his re-election, but it also makes it much more likely that the US will sink ever deeper into the morass of the Mideast.

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    RIP Dilip Kumar: India, Pakistan United In Grief For Iconic Actor

    Bollywood's most iconic actors passed away at the age of 98 on Wednesday. The overwhelming response to the iconic actor's departure is a testament to his charm which transcended all boundaries of space and time.

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    Why the Korean wave is stronger than ever

    The BigBang member was charged with illegal distribution of pornography and was under investigation for several other illegal activities in relation to the nightclub he co-owned.

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    Film cameras start to roll again in Damascus studios

    On a long-disused film set outside Damascus featuring mud houses, palm trees, alleyways and camels, actors in flowing robes are making a television series that the producers say is part.

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    Pakistani filmmakers have the chutzpah to go global

    The last three decades of the twentieth century saw hundreds of cinema houses being pulled down across Pakistan and turned into commercial theatres, plazas, marriage halls and petrol pumps due.

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    Second Covid shot safe after allergic reactions to first dose: Study

    A team of researchers, led by allergists at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in the US, stressed that a first dose reaction to Covid-19 vaccination should not keep people from getting a second dose.

    Lifestyle
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    US eases travel restrictions on India, asks travellers to be cautious

    The United States has improved the travel advisory for India, lowering it from the highest Level 4, which means no travel, to Level 3, which urges citizens to reconsider travel.

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    Nearly 3,000 confined to cabins after Covid-19 case on Singapore cruise

    A Genting Cruise Lines ship on a "cruise to nowhere" has returned to Singapore after a confirmed case of Covid-19 in a passenger, and the nearly 3,000 passengers.

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    3 billion people cannot afford a healthy diet

    The COVID-19 pandemic has caused price spikes for corn, milk, beans and other commodities, but even before the pandemic, about 3 billion people could not afford even the cheapest options for a healthy diet.

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    Twitter sees jump in govt demands to remove content of journalists, news outlets

    Twitter Inc saw a surge in demands over the course of last year from governments around the world to take down content posted by journalists and news outlets, data to be.

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    US Approves Blue Origin License For Human Space Travel Ahead Of Bezos Flight

    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Monday it approved a Blue Origin license to carry humans on the New Shepard launch system into space.

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    India launches historic moon mission

    India yesterday successfully launched its second mission to the moon, a week after a technical snag forced the South Asian nation to postpone the attempt.

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    Iran rolls out new fighter jets on National Army Day

    The military parade comes amid rising tensions between Iran and President Trump, who earlier this month, formally labeled Iran’s Revolutionary Guard a “foreign terrorist organization."

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    India's New Delhi most polluted capital in the World: New Study

    India's capital Delhi has topped the list of the most polluted capital cities in the world in a recent study conducted by environment NGO Greenpeace and IQAir AirVisual.

    Science
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    Scientists unveil revolutionary TB test, could save thousands of children

    Scientists on Thursday unveiled a revolutionary way of screening children for tuberculosis, which they say will prevent hundreds of thousands each year from contracting the world’s deadliest infectious disease.

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    Mars at closest point from Earth in 15 years

    One popular public viewing spot was the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, where Mars was visible with the naked eye as a bright orange spot in the sky, according to a live broadcast held to mark the celestial event.

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    First-ever colour X-ray on a human performed

    New Zealand scientists have performed the first-ever 3-D, colour X-ray on a human, using a technique that promises to improve the field of medical diagnostics, said Europe’s CERN physics.

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    Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty’s husband arrested in porn case

    Mumbai police have arrested Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty’s husband, Raj Kundra, for allegedly producing and broadcasting pornographic films online, six years after the.

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    Man reunited with kidnapped son after 24 years in China

    A Chinese man has been reunited with his kidnapped son after a 24-year search that saw him travel half a million kilometres across China on a motorbike, chasing tipoffs on

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    Man Faces 3 Months Jail for Smoking in Plane

    A Jharkhand resident has been arrested and faces up to 3 months jail or Rs one lakh fine for allegedly smoking inside the lavatory of a Ranchi bound flight. Deepak Kumar Sharma, a resident of Hazaribagh in.

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    Dubai ruler's wife flees to Europe, he writes her a furious poem in return

    Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai and one of the world’s richest men at the moment, has penned an angry poem aimed at his runaway wife and the treachery and betrayal she has put him.

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