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    Sowing Discord Among Muslims Betrayal of Islam: Al Azhar

    Egypt based Al Azhar emphasized that “harping on the differences of Islamic sects, and exploiting them to shed blood and intimidate the innocent ​​is a betrayal of the teachings of Islam."

    Central Asia
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    Iran tests anti-missile defences after US, Israeli warnings

    The Iranian military said on Wednesday it had successfully tested anti-missile defences for “sensitive” sites during war games in central Iran, after Israeli and US warnings.

    West Asia
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    With region on edge, Iran kicks off annual air defence drill

    Iran on Tuesday kicked off a massive, two-day air defence drill in the country's sprawling central desert, state TV reported, the latest show of force by the Islamic Republic.

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    Pakistan, Iran discuss strengthening of bilateral ties

    The members of the Iran-Pakistan Parliamentary Friendship Group discussed the strengthening of bilateral relations and the enhancing of parliamentary cooperation.

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    China, US in talks on military relations amid strained ties

    The secure video conference held Tuesday and Wednesday was led by Maj. Gen. Huang Xueping, deputy direct of the People’s Liberation Army’s Office for International.

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    Tanks, Bombers Spotted near Kosovo Border As Tensions Soar with Serbia

    Prime Minister Albin Kurti of Kosovo has accused neighbouring Serbia of trying to “provoke a serious international conflict” after two vehicle registration offices near their border were attacked.

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    France wins EU backing in submarine row with US

    European ministers rallied around France on Tuesday over the US and Australian decision to strip Paris of a submarine supply contract, as the dispute threatened.

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    "Wake-Up Call": Germany Joins Chorus Supporting France On Submarine Row

    The US and Australian decision to strip France of a submarine supply contract was a stark reminder the EU must bolster its own capacity to act independently of its allies.

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    Taliban's Rise Amid New Geopolitical Realities

    With India clueless and dazed, its future in Afghanistan is getting grimmer with China, Pakistan, Russia and Iran on the same page, and its ally, the US, solely interested in getting out of there, at least as of now.

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    Lebanon’s crisis could end up empowering Hezbollah

    The country’s political structure is based on a delicate balance among different ethnicities and sects, and the deep economic crisis might favour the Iran-backed group.

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    Immunized but banned: EU says not all COVID vaccines equal

    After Dr. Ifeanyi Nsofor and his wife received two doses of AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine in Nigeria, they assumed they would be free to travel this summer to a European.

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    Holbrooke’s Revenge: How Modi Led the Americans Back into Kashmir

    It’s quite astonishing that Prime Minister Narendra Modi spent 3.5 hours in the company of politicians from Kashmir on June 24. It is surprising because he and his government.

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    Dilip Kumar: An actors’ actor

    Dilip Kumar, who passed away on Wednesday in Mumbai at the age of 98, was the yardstick by which the performances of all other actors in the Sub-continent were judged

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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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    Iran to cure cancer using particle therapy

    Iran has carried out the test operation of the first ion therapy or particle therapy system, which uses this synchrotron to accelerate protons or Carbon ions to the speed of light to kill malignant cells.

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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.

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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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    Microsoft warns thousands of cloud customers of exposed databases

    Microsoft on Thursday warned thousands of its cloud computing customers, including some of the world's largest companies, that intruders could have the ability to read.

    Technology
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    Google adds new feature to instantly delete last 15 minutes of search history

    American tech giant Google recently launched a new privacy feature for search that lets users instantly delete their last 15 minutes of search history on mobile.

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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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    Blood Plasma Therapy Doesn't Help Seriously Ill COVID-19 Patients: Study

    Convalescent plasma does not reduce the risk of intubation or death in COVID-19 patients, according to a study which found that people receiving the therapy experienced more serious.

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    Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade: UN climate report

    Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also.

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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.

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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.

    Science
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    Man jailed in India for killing wife with cobra

    An Indian man who used a cobra and a viper to murder his wife was sentenced to life in jail on Wednesday in what prosecutors called the “rarest of rare” cases.

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    Taliban ban barbers from trimming beards in Afghan province

    The Taliban in Afghanistan's Helmand province have forbidden hairdressers from shaving or trimming beards, claiming it violates their interpretation of Islamic law.

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    China Offers Sops to Encourage Couples Have More Children

    In an apparent attempt to address the reluctance of the Chinese couples to have more children due to mounting costs, the amended law has also passed more social and economic support measures to address the concerns.

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    The dogs sniffing out Covid-19 at airports

    Dogs have up to 100,000 times the smelling sensitivity of humans, meaning our canine friends could be a helpful addition to Covid-19 screening measures at airports.

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