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    Israeli President Ends Turkey Trip With Synagogue Visit

    Israel’s president on Thursday ended his landmark trip to Turkey with a visit to the Jewish community in Istanbul, a day after the two countries hailed a new era in relations.

    West Asia
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    Fearing West's Wrath, Russia's Rich Look To Stash Wealth In Dubai

    Rich Russians are trying to shift some of their wealth from Europe to Dubai to shield assets from a tightening wave of Western sanctions on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine, financial and legal sources said.

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    Worshippers Attacked During Friday Prayers in Pakistan, 56 Killed

    One witness saw the attacker clad in black Shalwar-Kameez rush into the mosque during Friday prayers and open "fire with a pistol", picking out the worshippers "one-by-one". He "then blew himself up", Ali Asghar said.

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    Saudi Arabia: Abdullah al-Huwaiti Sentenced To Death A Second Time

    A Saudi man whose death sentence for alleged crimes committed when he was a minor was overturned last year has been given a new death sentence, his family said on Wednesday.

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    "All Of Humanity" At Risk From Nuclear Threat Over Ukraine: UN

    The UN human rights chief on Thursday slammed Russia's attack on Ukraine, warning of a "massive impact" on the rights of millions and cautioning that heightened nuclear threat levels showed all of humanity was at risk.

    World
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    War In Ukraine: How The First Week Unfolded

    After ringing Ukraine with tens of thousands of troops, Russia invades its neighbour in the early hours of February 24, setting off the worst conflict in Europe in decades.

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    Stuck In Ukraine Varsity, 600 Indian Students Await Evacuation Amid Shortage Of Food, Water

    More than 600 Indian students are currently stranded in a university located in Sumy, a city in north-eastern Ukraine, hoping that they will soon be evacuated as "continuous firing and bombing" by the Russia continues.

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    ‘You’ll Be Expelled’: How Ukraine Colleges Held Kashmiri Students Hostage

    The killing of an Indian student in Ukraine on Tuesday has heightened fears of families of more than 100 Kashmiri students still stuck in war ravaged Ukraine.

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    The Role Of Turkish Drones In Ukraine's War

     The pride of Ankara, Turkish combat drones were quickly put into action by Ukraine following Russia's invasion. They have proved their worth in several recent conflicts -- from Syria to Libya to Nagorno-Karabakh.

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    "We're Still In Tents": Arab Refugees See Bias As Europe Welcomes Ukrainians

    Syrian refugee Ahmad al-Hariri, who fled the war in his country for neighboring Lebanon 10 years ago, spent the last decade hoping in vain to escape to a new life in Europe.

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    Iran Leader Says Ukraine Is 'Victim' of US Policy

    Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has blamed the United States for the current Ukraine crisis and demanded an end to the war, saying the policies of the West were the “root cause” for instability.

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    Facebook To Restrict Access To Russian State Media Outlets In EU

    Facebook’s parent company Meta has announced plans to restrict access to Russian state media outlets RT and Sputnik across the European Union, as Russia pressed on with its invasion of Ukraine.

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    Female Dancer Shot Dead In Pakistan In Second Such Killing In A Month

     A 19-year-old female dancer has been shot dead in Pakistan's Punjab province, the second such killing of an entertainer in the last one month in the country. Ayesha was shot dead by unidentified gunmen on Monday evening

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    5 Key Ukrainian Cities Russia Is Trying To Take

    As Russia pushes deep into Ukraine, with a vast armored column closing on the capital Kyiv, we look at the key cities its forces are targeting. Kyiv, Kharkiv, Mariupol, Berdyansk and Kherson are major cities.

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    'Left Alone' by West, Ukraine Offers Neutrality; Russia Calls for Surrender

    The conflict between Russia and Ukraine continued for the second day, with explosions reported in Kiev as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy rued being "left alone" by the West.

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    Steps Being Taken To Bring Back 18,000 Indians From Ukraine: Minister

    Union Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan on Thursday said that the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) is taking steps to bring back about 18,000 Indians, including students, from Ukraine.

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    Pakistan PM Imran Khan Meets Russian President Putin Amidst Ukraine Conflict

    Russian President Vladimir Putin met Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan in the Kremlin today in his first face-to-face talks since the start of a special military operation in eastern Ukraine.

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    China Says Russian Military Operation 'Not Invasion'

    China on Thursday called for restraint on all sides after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an attack on Ukraine, while saying the military operation should not be described as an "invasion".

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    Terrifying Booms, Air Raid Sirens: Ukrainians Wake Up To Sounds Of War

     Frightened Ukrainians took to subway stations on Thursday as air raid sirens rang out across the country's main cities following Russia's launch of its feared military attack.

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    'We'll Denazify Them': Russia Invades Ukraine

     Russian President Vladimir Putin launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on Thursday, forcing residents to flee for their lives and leaving at least 40 Ukrainian soldiers and 10 civilians dead.

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    Russian Military Moves In, Asks Ukraine To Lay Down Arms

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced a special "military operation" to protect Donbas, the separatist-held region in eastern Ukraine, media reports said on Thursday. Putin made the statement on Television.

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    Iran uses energy diplomacy to shore up regional alliances

    Energy is the "very significant" focus of the trip by President Ebrahim Raeisi to Qatar to attend a regional gas conference and boost political and trade relations with Persian Gulf countries. 

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    Can Hijab Be Worn In Classroom? What Karnataka Government Told Court

    The Karnataka government on Tuesday told the High Court that there is no restriction on wearing Hijab in India with reasonable restrictions subject to institutional discipline.

    South Asia
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    Pakistan Premier Visits Moscow Amid War Fears

    Prime Minister Imran Khan will visit Russia on February 23-24, diplomatic sources said in Islamabad on Monday, signaling the first visit by a Pakistani premier to Moscow in 23 years.

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