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  • After 10 months, schools for Classes 10, 12 reopens in TN
  • Employees of PSUs protest in Srinagar, demand pending wages
  • Iranian gov't says Biden never reached out to discuss return to Nuclear Deal
  • BCCI announces Rs 5 cr bonus for victorious Indian team
  • GP Polls: Cong wins most seats, Sena finishes last in Sangli
  • Farmers' protest enters Day 55, SC-appointed panel holds first meeting on new farm laws
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  • 2020 was year of challenges for Delhi Police: Amit Shah
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  • Mamata & Shah Rukh Khan congratulates Team India for historic cricket Test & series win in Australia
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Four policemen killed in IS terrorist attack in Iraq

Four policemen killed in IS terrorist attack in Iraq

Baghdad, June 28 (UNI) An attack by the Islamic State terrorists in the eastern Iraqi province of Diyala has left four police officers killed and two others injured, Iraqi news outlet Baghdadtoday reported on Sunday.
According to the report, terrorists attacked a police checkpoint near the village of Abu Khanazir late on Saturday.
Iraq declared victory over the IS in the end of 2017, albeit the Iraqi forces, assisted by paramilitaries and the international coalition of troops, continue raiding dormant terrorist cells scattered around the country.
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World Bank helps Bangladesh provide education and skill training to poor children and youth

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Dhaka, Jan 18 (UNI) The government of Bangladesh on Monday signed a $6.5 million financing agreement with the World Bank to enable around 39,000 slum children complete primary education as well as provide pre-vocational training to 8,500 school-dropped out youths in Cox’s Bazar.

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