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Nagorno-Karabakh: Nearly 5,000 dead in conflict, Putin says

Nagorno-Karabakh: Nearly 5,000 dead in conflict, Putin says

Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that almost 5,000 people have been killed in fighting between Azerbaijan and Armenian forces
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Russia gives whistleblower Edward Snowden permanent residency rights

Russia gives whistleblower Edward Snowden permanent residency rights

MOSCOW: Russia has granted US whistleblower Edward Snowden permanent residency rights, his lawyer said on Thursday, a step towards Russian
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Beijing promises response to ‘political oppression’ after US designates six Chinese media outlets as foreign missions

Beijing promises response to ‘political oppression’ after US designates six Chinese media outlets as foreign missions

Beijing has said that it will take appropriate action in retaliation against Washington’s decision to force several Chinese news organizations
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British nationals in custody in Paris over attempted murder of police officer

British nationals in custody in Paris over attempted murder of police officer

A group of British nationals are in custody and being investigated for "attempted homicide of a person holding public authority",
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Austria’s daily Covid-19 tally rises to new high of 2,435: Report

Austria’s daily Covid-19 tally rises to new high of 2,435: Report

Austria’s daily tally of coronavirus cases rose to 2,435 on Thursday, a new high, newspapers Kronen Zeitung and Oesterreich reported
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Refugees allege physical, sexual abuse by Croatian authorities

Refugees allege physical, sexual abuse by Croatian authorities

Refugees and migrants have sustained “severe injuries” after having allegedly been whipped, beaten and sexually abused at the hands of
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US designates six more Chinese media outlets as foreign missions

US designates six more Chinese media outlets as foreign missions

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday the United States was designating the US operations of six more
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Pakistan Govt writes to UK for Sharif’s repatriation

Pakistan Govt writes to UK for Sharif’s repatriation

Pakistan has asked the British government to repatriate former prime minister Nawaz Sharif to serve his jail sentence for corruption
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