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    Pakistan, Iran agree to boost defence cooperation

    The chiefs of the armed forces of Pakistan and Iran have agreed to further enhance defence cooperation and working together for regional peace and unified response to a common enemy – terrorism.

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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.

    West Asia
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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.

    South Asia
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    North Korea's Kim Jong Un vows to build ‘invincible’ military while slamming US

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reviewed powerful missiles developed to launch nuclear strikes on the US mainland, as he vowed to build an “invincible” military to cope with.

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    10 injured in 2 drone attacks at Saudi's King Abdullah airport

    Ten people were injured in two explosives-laden drone attacks at King Abdullah airport in the southern Saudi city of Jizan late on Friday and early on Saturday, the Saudi-led coalition said.

    West Asia
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    US, Taliban to hold first talks since Afghanistan withdrawal

    Senior Taliban officials and US representatives are to hold talks Saturday and Sunday about containing extremist groups in Afghanistan and easing the evacuation.

    Central Asia
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    100 killed in suicide attack at mosque in Afghanistan's Kunduz

    At least 100 people have been killed and wounded after a suicide bomb attack tore through in Afghanistan's northeastern Kunduz province on Friday, as per reports. 

    Central Asia
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    Pandora Papers Leak: The Biggest Reveals So Far

    An unprecedented leak of financial records known as the Pandora Papers has revealed the offshore financial assets of dozens of current and former world leaders and.

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    Israel foreign minister in Bahrain for landmark visit

    An Israeli foreign ministry statement said Yair Lapid, who had been invited by his Bahraini counterpart, will inaugurate the Israeli embassy in Manama on Thursday and is.

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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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    Legislation in US Senate seeks report on Pak's role in Taliban offensive

    A legislation has been introduced in the US Senate seeking a report from the Secretary of State about his assessment of Pakistan's role in the Taliban offensive that led.

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    Taliban fighters hit the fairground as Afghans fear for freedoms

    "This is Afghanistan!" a Taliban fighter shouts on a pirate ship ride at a fairground in western Kabul, as his armed comrades cackle and whoop onboard the rickety attraction.

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    100 killed in clashes for Yemen's Marib

    At least 100 Yemeni rebels and pro-government troops have been killed in the past 48 hours as fighting intensifies for the key city of Marib, military and medical sources said Wednesday.

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    'US war in Afghanistan a strategic failure'

    The top American general has dubbed the 20-year war in Afghanistan a "strategic failure" as the Pentagon leadership told lawmakers that they had recommended.

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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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    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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    In sync with US, China, Pakistan on Taliban: Russia at UNGA

    Russia, China, Pakistan, and the United States are working together to ensure that Afghanistan’s new Taliban rulers keep their promises, especially to form a genuinely.

    Central Asia
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    Myanmar airstrikes reported as internet is cut in more areas

    Myanmar’s army launched air strikes on the weekend after clashes with fighters against the junta in the Sagaing area, in keeping with media and a militia member, as cellphone strains.

    Southeast Asia
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    Bharat bandh: Farmers intensify protest against reforms

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called the reforms a "watershed moment" for Indian agriculture. But farmer groups said contrary to promises that the laws will help.

    Central Asia
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    Iran wants nuclear talks to result in lifting of all sanctions, says Raisi

    Iran’s new ultraconservative president on Tuesday voiced support for renewed nuclear negotiations in his international debut even as he hailed what he termed the decline of US hegemony.

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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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    Mullah Baradar, Who Led Talks With US, Was Attacked In Palace Shootout

    The man the U.S. and its allies hoped would be a moderate voice in Afghanistan's Taliban government has been sidelined after a dramatic shootout in the presidential.

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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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