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  • Punjab CM formally launches post-matric scholarship scheme to mark Valmiki Jayanti
  • PAK vs ZIM: Aleem Dar set to break record for most ODIs as umpire
  • PAK vs ZIM: Aleem Dar set to break record for most ODIs as umpire
  • Covid-19: 1822 fresh cases in UP
  • It was our ploy to expose deal b/w BJP & BSP in RS polls: Akhilesh Yadav
  • Odisha issues new guidelines, prohibits large scale congregations ,academic institutions closed till Nov 30
  • Chandigarh 1st UT to enforce Modi's 'One nation, one ration card' scheme
  • ED arrests key accused in Rs 750 Cr money laundering case
  • Haryana police seizes 415 cartons of illicit liquor from canter, two held
  • Russia offers help to Armenia
  • Hero I-League debutant Asif harbours title hopes for Gokulam
  • Hero I-League debutant Asif harbours title hopes for Gokulam
  • Media should not concentrate in negative reporting: Biren
  • Centre decides to pre-release of Rs 224 50 cr under SDRF to Telangana
  • Rights of J&K people continue to be crushed, alleges Tarigami
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France, Australia speak out about Taliban prisoners release, transfer ahead of Doha talks

Moscow, Sep 11 (Sputnik) The French Foreign Ministry expressed on Friday its discontent with the Afghan government's decision to release Taliban prisoners who were convicted to sentences for murdering French citizens, and Australia's high-ranking officials condemned the decision to transfer "sensitive" prisoners to Doha.
According to the statement, which the French ministry published just one day ahead of the intra-Afghan negotiations start in Doha, the Afghan government released two Taliban prisoners, Zia Ahmad and Abdullah Gulam Astagir, who were serving terms in jail for killing Bettina Goislard, a French staffer of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees' Afghanistan office.
"France reiterates its resolute opposition to the release of individuals convicted of crimes against French citizens, in particular against soldiers and humanitarian staffers who selflessly cooperated with our Afghan partners for the sake of safety and assistance to people in need," the French Foreign Ministry said.
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Russia offers help to Armenia

31 Oct 2020 | 3:50 PM

Moscow, Oct 31 (UNI) Russia will offer assistance to Armenia if the conflict with Azerbaijan over the breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region shifts into Armenia itself, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Saturday.

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Turkish origin people create rukus in Austrian church

31 Oct 2020 | 3:40 PM

Vienna, Oct 31 (UNI) In yet another incident of inter faith clashes, Austrian media reported on Saturday an event where about 50 people of Turkish heritage rushed into the city's St. Anthony of Padua Church and created a rukus.

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Death toll from earthquake in Turkey rises to 20: Emergency Agency

Death toll from earthquake in Turkey rises to 20: Emergency Agency

31 Oct 2020 | 8:05 AM

Ankara, Oct 31 (UNI) The death from the earthquake in Turkey has risen to 20 people while the number of those injured to 786, the Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD) said in a statement on Saturday.

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Brazil's COVID-19 cases top 5 5 million with 159,477 deaths

Brazil's COVID-19 cases top 5 5 million with 159,477 deaths

31 Oct 2020 | 7:48 AM

Sao Paulo, Oct 31 (UNI) Brazil's COVID-19 cases surpassed 5.5 million, while its death toll rose to 159,477 after another 508 fatalities were reported, according to the Health Ministry.

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Death toll from earthquake in Turkey rises to 20: Emergency Agency

Death toll from earthquake in Turkey rises to 20: Emergency Agency

31 Oct 2020 | 7:26 AM

Ankara, Oct 31 (Sputnik) The death from the earthquake in Turkey has risen to 20 people while the number of those injured to 786, the Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD) said in a statement on Saturday.

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