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    Speedy Pilot Fined for Shaking Central Israel, Terrifying Civilians

    An Israeli F-35 fighter pilot was fined 500 shekels ($150) Thursday for exceeding the speed limit over central Israel this week, causing several sonic booms that shook windows and frightened civilians.

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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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    ‘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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    "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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    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.

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    Dasna temple priest Yati Narasinghanand released from jail

    Dasna temple head priest Yati Narasinghanand who was arrested in January in connection with the Haridwar Dharma Sansad hate speech against Muslims and other cases has been released from jail.

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    38 Indian Mujahideen members sentenced to death; 11 get life term

    A special court on Friday sentenced to death 38 members of terror outfit Indian Mujahideen (IM) in the 2008 Ahmedabad serial blasts, which claimed 56 lives and left over 200 injured.

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    Opposition's Agenda Is Same As Pakistan's, To Break Punjab: PM Modi

    Hitting out at the Opposition for making attempts to break Punjab, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday alleged that their agenda is the same as Pakistan's agenda.

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    How A Saudi Woman's iPhone Revealed Hacking Around The World

    A single activist helped turn the tide against NSO Group, one of the world's most sophisticated spyware companies now facing a cascade of legal action and scrutiny in Washington.

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    Israeli PM pledges help to Arab allies in struggle against Iran

    Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, who has become the first top Israeli leader to officially land in the Persian Gulf kingdom said on Tuesday that Zionist state would confront Iran and its proxies in the region.

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    Over 62% Polling Recorded In Uttarakhand

    Over 62 per cent polling was recorded in Uttarakhand where voting to 70 assembly seats spread over 13 districts concluded peacefully on Monday, officials said.

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    Goa Records 79% Voting In Assembly Polls

    Goa on Monday registered a very high voter turnout of 78.94 per cent in polling for the 40 Assembly seats which passed off peacefully with no untoward incident reported from any part of the state.

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    Man Who Married 14 Women In 7 States Arrested In Odisha

    A sexagenarian who allegedly married 14 women in seven states in a span of 48 years was arrested in Bhubaneswar on Monday, police said. It is alleged that the man took money from these women he married before fleeing.

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    Pakistani Social Media Star's Brother Acquitted For Her Honour Killing

    The brother of a Pakistani social media star, who was murdered in one of the country's most notorious "honour killings," was acquitted on Monday after serving less than six years in prison, lawyers said.

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    Iran in 'hurry' to reach nuclear agreement, says foreign minister

    Iran called for the quick resurrection of the landmark nuclear deal in Vienna, accusing the United States and other Western powers of “playing with time” and failing to make necessary concessions. 

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    A sea of red in Saudi shops — but don't mention Valentine's

    Red clothing and underwear are displayed in Saudi shopfronts, but the increasingly popular Valentine's Day promotions are missing one thing: the festival's name.

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    Bahrain to station Israeli military officer in the kingdom

    Bahrain has confirmed that an Israeli naval officer will be stationed in the Gulf state, the first time an Israeli military officer is being posted to an Arab country.

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    US to split $7 billion in Afghan assets between relief, 9/11 victims

    US President Joe Biden signed an executive order on Friday unfreezing $7 billion in assets in the United States belonging to Afghanistan's central bank.

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    Trump Ripped Up, Stuffed Office Papers Down White House Toilet: Report

    Documents ripped up, stuffed down the toilet or carted off to Florida -- the list of former US leader Donald Trump's alleged flouting of laws on preserving presidential papers grew longer and more bizarre Thursday.

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    Half-Shaved Head: New Punishment for Cow Theft in India

    Villagers shaved half the moustache of a man, half-tonsured him and blackened his face as "punishment" for allegedly stealing a cow in Madhya Pradesh's Damoh district, police said on Friday.

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    Should Bangladesh Lease Land from South Sudan?

    For a long period of time, Bangladesh has been striving to ensure food security at home by planning to shop farmland abroad. Recently, South Sudan, has expressed interest in leasing vast area of fallow land to Bangladesh

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    Viral Video Of Man With Wife's Severed Head Shakes A Country

    A viral video of a man appearing to display his decapitated young wife's head in the street after he discovered her alleged adultery has deeply shaken Iranians.

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    Canada: Protests Against Covid Curbs Go 'Out Of Control'

    Canadian authorities struggled Monday to tackle a truckers' protest against Covid restrictions which has paralysed the national capital for days and threatens to snowball into a full-blown political crisis.

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    BJP Poll Manifesto: ₹ 1 Lakh Fine, 10 Years Jail for 'Love Jihad'

    The BJP on Tuesday assured free electricity for irrigation, a job for every household and inalso promised a minimum 10-year sentence in cases of what it describes as “love jihad”.

    South Asia

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