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Commissioner’s office of Chinese foreign ministry in HKSAR urges US politicians to stop interfering in China’s internal affairs

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Commissioner’s office of Chinese foreign ministry in HKSAR urges US politicians to stop interfering in China’s internal affairs

HONG KONG — The Office of the Commissioner of the Chinese foreign ministry in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on Saturday urged some US politicians to immediately stop interfering in Hong Kong affairs and China’s internal affairs as a whole. A spokesperson of the commissioner’s office expressed strong disapproval of and firm opposition against […]

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Health Ministry urges ‘distance’ in taxis, mass transit amid coronavirus pandemic

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Health Ministry urges ‘distance’ in taxis, mass transit amid coronavirus pandemic

A police officer inspects for compliance with public transport rules in İnegöl district of Bursa, western Turkey, Sept. 11, 2020. (DHA Photo)  The Health Ministry increased measures for taxis and public transportation Sunday in order to curb the spread of COVID-19 amid what authorities are calling “the second peak of the first wave” of the […]

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Care home coronavirus cases ‘quadruple in a month’ as second wave fears grow

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Care home coronavirus cases ‘quadruple in a month’ as second wave fears grow

The virus tore through care homes earlier in the pandemic (Picture: Getty) Concern is rising over a spike in coronavirus cases in UK care homes, as fears grow that the country could be seeing the beginning of a second wave. Cases in the care sector have reportedly quadrupled since the start of the month, with […]

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Russia’s Regional Elections, Explained

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Russia’s Regional Elections, Explained

M The regional elections will take place over three days in a move to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Russians are heading to the polls through Sunday to elect new regional and city leadership. In a year that has seen a global pandemic, weeks of anti-Kremlin protests in the Far East and historically low approval […]

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Five Indians ‘missing’ in south Tibet region are India’s intelligence personnel disguised as hunters: source

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Five Indians ‘missing’ in south Tibet region are India’s intelligence personnel disguised as hunters: source

  Chinese soldiers guard a China-India border crossing at Nathu La Pass. Photo:VCG Five Indians, who were allegedly “kidnapped” by the China’s People Liberation Army or as some called went missing in the south Tibet region, are India’s intelligence staff who had disguised themselves as hunters, a source told the Global Times. They recently trespassed […]

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Greek police fire tear gas as refugees demand to leave Lesbos Chanting ‘freedom’, the former inhabitants of burned Moria camp protest against plan to be moved to another facility.

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Greek police fire tear gas as refugees demand to leave Lesbos Chanting ‘freedom’, the former inhabitants of burned Moria camp protest against plan to be moved to another facility.

Refugees and migrants from the destroyed camp of Moria flee tear gas fired by riot police during clashes on the island of Lesbos [Alkis Konstantinidis/Reuters] Refugees and migrants from the destroyed camp of Moria flee tear gas fired by riot police during clashes on the island of Lesbos [Alkis Konstantinidis/Reuters] Greek police have fired tear […]

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Ballistic missile units given additional manpower, deploy new equipment North Korea’s military seems to be working quickly to deploy systems capable of firing ICBMs using transporter erector launchers (TELs)

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Ballistic missile units given additional manpower, deploy new equipment North Korea’s military seems to be working quickly to deploy systems capable of firing ICBMs using transporter erector launchers (TELs)

The August 26 edition of the Rodong Sinmun announced that North Korea had successfully launched a new kind of rocket. / Image: Rodong Sinmun While North Korea continues to send military troops to typhoon-affected areas, the military unit in charge of various kinds of ballistic missiles, Korean People’s Army Strategic Force, was recently given additional […]

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Palestinians decry normalised Bahrain-Israel relations as a ‘stab in the back’

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Palestinians decry normalised Bahrain-Israel relations as a ‘stab in the back’

Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (left) and Bahrain’s King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa (right) on September 11, 2020, agreed to normalise diplomatic relations between the two countries. AFP – ABIR SULTAN,MANDEL NGAN The Palestinian cause on Friday said it had once again been stabbed in the back by what it had previously considered a trusted […]

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Moria migrant camp an ‘insult’ to European values, insists MEP Philippe Lamberts

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Moria migrant camp an ‘insult’ to European values, insists MEP Philippe Lamberts

Migrants argue for a crate of tomatoes during a food distribution on the northeastern island of Lesbos, Greece, Thursday, Sept. 10, 2020.   – Migrants argue for a crate of tomatoes during a food distribution on the northeastern island of Lesbos, Greece, Thursday, Sept. 10, 2020.   – Around 3,500 thousand migrants on the Greek island of Lesbos are […]

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Pubs and bars packed as Brits enjoy last weekend of freedom before ‘rule of six

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Pubs and bars packed as Brits enjoy last weekend of freedom before ‘rule of six

Drinkers hit pubs and bars for one last blowout before the new rule of six Pubs and bars across England were packed last night as Brits hit the town for one final blowout before the new ‘rule of six’. Revellers rushed to beer gardens in London, Nottingham, Birmingham and Manchester ahead of the crackdown on […]

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