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António Guterres nominated by Security Council for second term as UN chief

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António Guterres nominated by Security Council for second term as UN chief

UN Photo/Eskinder DebebeSven Jürgenson, Permanent Representative of Estonia and President of the Security Council for the month of June, presides over a meeting on the recommendation for the appointment of the UN Secretary-General. The Security Council has formally selected the current Secretary-General António Guterres as its nominee to serve a second five-year term in the UN’s top job. […]

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Israel allows controversial right-wing march in Jerusalem

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Israel allows controversial right-wing march in Jerusalem

Israelis wave national flags during a Jerusalem Day parade, in Jerusalem, May 10, 2021. (AP File Photo)  Israeli officials said on Tuesday that they will allow a far-right march through Jerusalem’s Old City to go ahead, a day after scrapping the event over fears it would rekindle fighting between Israel and Palestinian resistance in Gaza. […]

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Joe Biden visits Europe on first overseas trip as US President

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Joe Biden visits Europe on first overseas trip as US President

US President Joe Biden waves from the top of the steps of Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base, on March 16, 2021.   –   Copyright  (AP Photo/Susan Wals US President Joe Biden embarks on his first overseas trip on Wednesday where he will meet European partners and his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin. “In this moment of global […]

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Ethiopia: UN Expert Report verifies that Somali soldiers was participating in Tigray

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Ethiopia: UN Expert Report verifies that Somali soldiers was participating in Tigray

Today, the UN Expert Report of Mohamed Abdelsalam Babiker is verifying the stories we told of the regional conflict in Tigray region in Ethiopia. The United Nations Expert Report on Eritrea proves this and their involvement. However, what is striking is that they are saying Somali brigades was participating in the conflict. Which the Somali […]

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Police say killing of Muslim family in London, Ont. was ‘planned, premeditated act motivated by hate

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Police say killing of Muslim family in London, Ont. was ‘planned, premeditated act motivated by hate

A Muslim family out for a Sunday walk at dusk were intentionally run down by the driver of a speeding truck who targeted the family because of their faith, London, Ont. police said — a “hate-motivated killing” the city’s mayor called an act of mass murder. At 8:40 p.m. on a clear and warm night, […]

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US approves first new Alzheimer’s drug in 20 years

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US approves first new Alzheimer’s drug in 20 years

media captionAldo Ceresa, who took part in the trial, says he’s “heading in the right direction” The first new treatment for Alzheimer’s disease for nearly 20 years has been approved by regulators in the United States, paving the way for its use in the UK. Aducanumab targets the underlying cause of Alzheimer’s, the most common […]

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Turkish military receives new Anka-S UAV configuration

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Turkish military receives new Anka-S UAV configuration

TIA’s unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) Anka on display during Teknofest at Istanbul AirportTurkey, Sept. 20, 2018. (AFP Photo)  The Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) recently added the next-generation Anka unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), based on the Anka-S unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UCAV) to its inventory, local defense news sites reported late Sunday. Turkey-based defense industry news […]

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Greece Tells Migrants from 5 Countries to Seek Asylum in Turkey Instead

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Greece Tells Migrants from 5 Countries to Seek Asylum in Turkey Instead

Greek officials said on Monday that migrants from Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Somalia should seek asylum in Turkey instead of Greece. Greece’s foreign and migration ministries issued a decree calling Turkey a safe country for asylum seekers from the five nations and said its neighbor is able to review their asylum requests. Many of […]

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$12b e-commerce suffers as Twitter ban costs N7.5 billion in three days

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$12b e-commerce suffers as Twitter ban costs N7.5 billion in three days

[FILES] Buhari. Photo/TWITTER/NIGERIAGOV The suspension of Twitter, a leading micro-blogging platform, has begun to take its toll on struggling Nigeria’s economy, leading to a loss of N7.5 billion in the past three days. Nigeria’s decision to suspend Twitter, at first indefinitely but later temporarily, could backfire for the government and cost the country economically in […]

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At least 36 killed, scores injured as two passenger trains collide in Sindh’s Ghotki district Rescue efforts are underway whereas injured are being shifted to local hospital

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At least 36 killed, scores injured as two passenger trains collide in Sindh’s Ghotki district Rescue efforts are underway whereas injured are being shifted to local hospital

PHOTO: EXPRESS A collision between two passenger express trains in Sindh’s Ghotki district killed at least 36 people and injured scores more on Monday, with the death toll likely to rise as rescuers were still trying to access several mangled coaches. According to Pakistan Railway (PR) officials, the collision occurred between the Millat Express, which was en-route […]

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