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    Wakhan Corridor: A new great game in Central Asia?

    He who controls the heartland controls the world”- Halford Mackinder. The assertion of this concept is portrayed in contemporary dynamics of Central Asia, along with its emerging power struggles.

    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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    "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.

    World
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    Afghanistan imposes night curfew to curb Taliban advance

    Afghanistan’s government has imposed a night-time curfew across almost all of the country’s 34 provinces to stem surging violence unleashed by a sweeping Taliban.

    Central Asia
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    President Xi makes rare trip to Tibet

    President Xi Jinping is on a rare trip to China’s politically sensitive region of Tibet, state media reported on Friday, the first such visit by the country’s top leader in more than.

    Southeast Asia
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    Covid has accelerated the decline of the West and rise of the East

    It has shown the world that it is those societies undergirded by the anarchy of the free market that have seen two things: 1) body counts which refute utterly their right to.

    View Point
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    Russia says US, NATO colluding with Daesh in Afghanistan

    Russia has revealed collaboration in Afghanistan between US and NATO forces and Daesh terrorists, specifically pointing to the use of unmarked supply helicopters in Daesh.

    West Asia
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    Hijabi singer calls out multi-million dollar makeup corporation for exploitation

    With the world taking a more progressive stand on many things, Hijabi singer Nemah Hasan, aka Nemahsis, has conveyed a powerful message with her new single, ‘What if

    Art and Culture
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    Tajikistan tests combat readiness as Taliban advance

    Tajikistan on Thursday checked the combat readiness of its armed forces in the biggest such exercise in the country's history as the Taliban make sweeping gains in neighbouring Afghanistan.

    Central Asia
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    Brisbane picked to host 2032 Olympics without a rival bid

    We know what it takes to deliver a successful Games in Australia," Prime Minister Scott Morrison told International Olympic Committee voters in an 11-minute live video link.

    Sports
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    'Half of all Afghan district centres under Taliban control'

    Taliban insurgents control about half of Afghanistan's district centres, the top US general said on Wednesday, indicating a rapidly deteriorating security situation.

    Central Asia
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    Rockets land near president house in Kabul during Eid prayers

    Rockets have landed near the Afghan presidential palace in Kabul during prayers for the Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha, officials and media reports say.

    West Asia
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    Your Ignorance Humiliated You In Afghanistan: Iran Leader Tells US

    “This ignorance led America to be humiliated in Afghanistan. After that raucous invasion 20 years ago and after having used weapons and bombs against defenseless people and civilians, it became stuck in a quagmire"

    West Asia
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    Taliban says 'favors political settlement' to Afghan conflict

    Taliban leader Hibatullah Akhundzada has urged Kabul to stop relying on “foreigners” to resolve the conflict in Afghanistan, saying the militant group favors “a political settlement” by the Afghan parties.

    Central Asia
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    Daughter of Afghan envoy kidnapped, tortured in Pakistan

    Daughter of Najibullah Alikhel, Afghanistan's ambassador to Pakistan, was on Thursday kidnapped and tortured by unknown persons for more than five hours before being.

    South Asia
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    Delta Covid variant now dominant strain worldwide, US deaths surging

    The Delta variant of Covid-19 is now the dominant strain worldwide, accompanied by a surge of deaths around the United States almost entirely among unvaccinated people, US officials said on Friday.

    World
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    High-stakes talks between Afghan gov’t, Taliban as fighting rages

    A senior delegation of the Afghan government and Taliban representatives have met in Doha for high-stakes negotiations as violence escalates on the ground in Afghanistan.

    Central Asia
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    'No smoking, no shaving': Taliban restore old rules in newly seized Afghan territory

    Days after the Taliban captured a remote district in Afghanistan's north, they issued their first orders in the form of a letter to the local imam.It said women can't go to the bazaar.

    Central Asia
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    China Weighs Risk And Reward In A Taliban-Led Afghanistan

    The withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan and seemingly unstoppable march of the Taliban opens a strategic door to China that is laden with both risk and opportunity.

    Central Asia
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    Twitter sees jump in govt demands to remove content of journalists, news outlets

    Twitter Inc saw a surge in demands over the course of last year from governments around the world to take down content posted by journalists and news outlets, data to be.

    Technology
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    UK Will Work With Afghan Taliban If It Comes To Power, Says Defence Minister

    Britain will work with the Taliban should they enter the government in Afghanistan, British Defence Minister Ben Wallace told the Daily Telegraph in an interview published on Tuesday.

    Central Asia
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    Afghan Taliban seize border crossing with Pakistan in major advance

    Taliban fighters in Afghanistan said on Wednesday they had taken control of one of the main border crossings with Pakistan, perhaps the most strategic objective they have.

    Central Asia
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    Taliban warn Turkey against extending troops in Afghanistan

    The Taliban on Tuesday warned Turkey against extending its presence in the country when US-led forces leave the country, insisting the decision was "reprehensible".

    Central Asia
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    1 in 3 countries not implementing programmes to mitigate learning loss

    One in three countries where schools were or are still closed due to the Covid pandemic have not yet implemented remedial programmes to mitigate learning loss, according to a survey.

    World

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