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The conflict between the military and anti-coup fighters has deepened with violence in nearly all parts of the country. [Read More]
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Tapering growth, untamed inflation, and a need to be pro-welfare in run-up to elections will shape Modi's budget. [Read More]
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OPEC chief talks about output cuts, price volatility, and Russia's war in Ukraine and its effect on oil prices. [Read More]
and in some areas, the naked eye. [Read More]
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At least 100 people killed and more than 225 wounded in a suicide attack in the northwestern Pakistani city. [Read More]
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All the updates from January 31 as they happened. [Read More]
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After meeting Palestinian President Abbas, top US diplomat says Washington's immediate priority is to defuse tensions. [Read More]
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The state's agricultural workforce has long struggled with low wages and vulnerability stemming from immigration status. [Read More]
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The Campaign Against Arms Trade group says the weapons exports have contributed to the deaths of thousands of civilians. [Read More]
People told to stay clear of the tiny capsule containing Caesium-137, which emits radiation equal to 10 X-rays per hour. [Read More]
"I've never seen such political turmoil." [Read More]
They will not affect global infection numbers or new variant spread but might be pushing an opaque China to open up. [Read More]
Forty percent of Nigerien children are not registered with government after birth due to the cost and time of paperwork. [Read More]
Tbilisi was a popular destination for Russians, many of them young men, who left the country to avoid being drafted. [Read More]
The former footballer, who took office in 2018, says he will pursue growth and peace if he wins another term in October. [Read More]
Pope Francis' trip to the DRC is the first papal visit since John Paul II travelled there in 1985. [Read More]
Authorities say 87 rhinos were killed last year compared with 45 in 2021, most poached from the country's largest park. [Read More]
Western powers accuse Malian military, Russian mercenaries of crimes against humanity during fight against insecurity. [Read More]
Armed group blamed for killing dozens of people in an attack on a mosque in Peshawar. [Read More]
The NATO secretary-general said the security concerns of the military alliance and Japan are 'closely interconnected'. [Read More]
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