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    Coronavirus likely to lock India's women out of job market for years

    Savitri Devi has been searching for work since she lost her job at a garment factory in New Delhi, along with half her co-workers, when sales plummeted at the start of.

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    Afghanistan: Ghani blames ‘abrupt’ US exit for worsening security

    Presenting his security plan before Parliament on Monday, Ghani said the situation in the war-torn nation will be “under control within six months”, adding that the US has.

    Central Asia
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    Delta spreads 'like wildfire' as doctors study whether it makes patients sicker

    With a new wave of Covid-19 infections fuelled by the Delta variant striking countries worldwide, disease experts are scrambling to learn whether the latest version of.

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    Taliban rockets hit Kandahar airport, clashes intensify in Afghanistan

    Taliban fighters struck Kandahar airport in southern Afghanistan with at least three rockets overnight, the insurgent group's spokesperson said on Sunday, adding that the.

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    US, Russia, China, and Pakistan to discuss Afghan crisis in Doha next month

    Representatives of the "Troika plus" comprising the US, Russia, China, and Pakistan have planned to hold a meeting in Doha next month, to discuss the war-torn situation.

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    Hard-won gains at risk as Delta variant spreads: WHO

    The world is at risk of losing hard-won gains in fighting Covid-19 as the highly transmissible Delta variant spreads, but WHO-approved vaccines remain effective, the World.

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    Pak, US Discuss Political Settlement In Afghanistan

    Pakistan's National Security Adviser Moeed Yusuf met with his American counterpart Jake Sullivan in Washington during which the two leaders discussed the urgent.

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    Blinken on official visit issues veiled critique on Indian democracy, rights

    NEW DELHI: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken issued a veiled warning on Wednesday about Indian democracy backsliding in his first official visit to New Delhi.

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    Nigerian court acquits Shia leader el-Zakzaky of all charges

    A Nigerian court has acquitted the leader of a banned Shia group Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) of all eight criminal charges against him, defence and prosecution lawyers said.

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    Taliban surge an ‘existential crisis’ for Afghan gov’t: Watchdog

    The Afghan government faces an “existential crisis” after the Taliban doubled its attacks following the February 2020 deal with the United States, a watchdog report says.

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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.

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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 '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.

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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.

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    New oil terminal gives Iran greater geopolitical power

    The $2 billion Jask terminal officially became operational by loading 300,000 barrels on an oil tanker last Thursday, with President Hassan Rouhani hailing it a "historic day" when Iran.

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    China Wants Taliban to Crack Down on Turkestan Islamic Movement

    A nine-member Taliban delegation is on a two-day visit to China where they met the foreign minister for talks on the peace process and security issues, the group said on Wednesday.

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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.

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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.

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    Civilian casualties in Afghanistan at record level in May-June: UN

    Nearly 2,400 Afghan civilians were killed or injured in May and June as fighting between Taliban insurgents and Afghan security forces escalated, the highest number for.

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    Saudi foreign minister to visit Pakistan tomorrow

    Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud will visit Pakistan tomorrow (Tuesday) on the invitation of Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi to discuss.

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    Pakistan PM Imran Khan's party to form government in PaK

    Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party is set to form the next government in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir (PcK) as it emerged as the largest.

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    US wants Pakistan, India to work for more stable ties

    India and Pakistan need to work with each other to resolve their bilateral issues, the United States has said, observing that it had always encouraged the two neighbours to.

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    Pakistani Side of Kashmir Goes to Polls Today: Key Things to Know

    More than 700 candidates from 32 political and religious parties are contesting for the 45 general seats. Out of the rest eight reserved seats, five are for women and three.

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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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