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    'Is our blood so worthless?' Afghan family demands answers for US drone strike that killed 10

    It felt like hell itself had opened up, said Ramal Ahmadi, who was watching cartoons with his nephew when a US drone slammed into his family’s courtyard where just moments before.

    Southeast Asia
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    India locks down Kashmir after quiet burial of separatist Geelani

    Syed Ali Shah Geelani, the veteran separatist leader from Indian-administered Kashmir, has been laid to rest as the Indian authorities crack down on public movement and impose.

    South Asia
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    Biden blames Afghan army, Trump for messy exit

    President Joe Biden on Tuesday rejected criticism of his decision to stick to a deadline to pull out of Afghanistan this week, a move that left 100 to 200 Americans.

    Central Asia
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    'We are not ISIS': Children among at least 6 Afghan civilians killed in US drone strike

    Several children were among at least six civilians who were killed in a US drone strike targeting a suspected suicide bomber in Kabul on Sunday, international media.

    Central Asia
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    Last U.S Troops Leave Afghanistan After 20 Years

    The US military has completed its withdrawal from Afghanistan to end a brutal 20-year war, which has been America's longest. It started and ended with the hardline Taliban.

    Central Asia
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    Afghan Evacuation Flights Restart After Deadly Attacks

    Last-ditch evacuation flights took off from Kabul airport on Friday, a day after twin suicide bombings on crowds trying to flee Taliban-controlled Afghanistan killed.

    Central Asia
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    Erdogan says Turkey is not Europe’s ‘refugee warehouse’

    Faced with a potential new migration wave from Afghanistan, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called on European nations Thursday to shoulder the responsibility.

    West Asia
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    How US Blew Cash In Afghanistan

    The rapid collapse of Afghanistan's government to the Taliban fueled fears of a humanitarian disaster, sparked a political crisis for President Joe Biden and caused scenes.

    Central Asia
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    Hong Kong students arrested for 'advocating terrorism'

    A controversial student union statement following a lone wolf attack on a police officer last month sparked the arrests, according to senior superintendent Steve.

    World
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    Afghanistan: The End of the Occupation

    Fourth, the War on Terror has also been politically defeated in the United States. The majority of Americans are now in favor of withdrawal from Afghanistan and against any more foreign wars.

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    Bahrain Throws Open Public Places But Bans Muharram Ceremonies

    Bahrain is an autocracy ruled by Saudi backed Al Khalifa regime which is accused of systematically discriminating against the country’s Shia community, which accounts for eighty percent of Bahrain’s population.

    West Asia
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    Pakistani forces clash with Afghan protesters at border crossing

    Pakistani forces have clashed with hundreds of Afghans stranded on Pakistan’s side of a commercially vital border crossing with Afghanistan after its closure by the Taliban, Pakistani security officials say.

    Central Asia
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    3 Accused Of Assaulting Muslim Man In UP Get Bail 24 Hours After Arrest

    A one-minute video of the incident surfaced on social media, in which Asrar is seen being thrashed by some violent men. Asrar's crying little daughter is seen clinging on to her father and trying to to protect him

    South Asia
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    Bahrainis Want Peaceful Transition from Tyranny to Democracy

    Bahrain’s main opposition group, the al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, says the Arab nation is demanding an end to tyranny and a peaceful transition to democracy in the.

    West Asia
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    'They've Got To Fight': Biden On Afghan Leaders As Taliban Gains

    Taliban insurgents tightened their grip on captured Afghan territory on Tuesday, now controlling 65% of the country, as US President Joe Biden urged the nation's leaders to fight for their homeland.

    Central Asia
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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.

    World
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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.

    Central Asia
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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.

    Central Asia
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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.

    Central Asia
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    Study reveals shocking decline in life expectancy in the U.S.

    From the moment we are born there are certain immutable truths we cannot escape. And the one which drives an entire entertainment industry genre and is a constant and gnawing anxiety as we age is death.

    World
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    17 Bangladeshi migrants drown off Tunisia in shipwreck

    At least 17 Bangladeshi migrants have drowned in a shipwreck off Tunisia as they tried to cross the Mediterranean to Italy from Libya, the Tunisian Red Crescent said on Wednesday.

    South Asia
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    Baghdad bombing: 35 killed in attack on packed Iraq market

    A suicide bomber killed at least 35 people and wounded dozens in a crowded market in Iraq’s capital Baghdad on Monday, the eve of the Eid al-Adha festival.

    West Asia
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    Tensions flare up as Israeli govt allows Jews into Al Aqsa compound

    Israeli police clashed with Muslim protestors on Sunday at a flashpoint Jerusalem Old City shrine as Jews were headed there to mark a religious holiday, police said.

    West Asia
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    After war with Israel, a grieving Gaza marks Eidul Azha holiday

    For Palestinians who lost loved ones during violence in Gaza two months ago, there is little cause for celebration during the upcoming holiday of Eidul Azha.

    West Asia

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