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Belarus President Lukashenko orders striking factories to be shut from Monday

Minsk, Aug 22 (Sputnik) President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko on Saturday gave an instruction to close striking factories starting from Monday.
"I ask governors and chairmen of executive committees: if someone does not want to work, do not force them. Do not do this. We still will not be able to force them and will not persuade them. The country will survive this. But if the enterprise does not work, we will put the lock on the gate on Monday. People will calm down. We will figure out whom to invite to work to this enterprise later," Lukashenko said at a supporters' rally in Grodno.
On Friday, Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, the main Belarusian presidential contender from the opposition, urged the country's workers in a new video address to keep demanding a new presidential election through continued strikes and rallies. However, despite reports about mass strikes, Belarusian Prime Minister Roman Golovchenko said on Thursday that all of the country’s industrial facilities and state-owned enterprises were functioning as normal, notwithstanding what he described as staged protests. According to the official, the turnout at the protests at such facilities was disproportionately lower than the size of their workforce.
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Pakistan's 1st ever metro train service commences operations

Pakistan's 1st ever metro train service commences operations

25 Oct 2020 | 6:51 PM

Islamabad, Oct. 25 (UNI) Pakistan's first ever metro train service started commercial operations on Sunday in Lahore.

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4th International Diplomats Day celebrated globally

4th International Diplomats Day celebrated globally

25 Oct 2020 | 6:42 PM

Antananarivo, Oct 25 (UNI) Fourth International Diplomats Day was celebrated all across the world on October 24 by both diplomats and common people.

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Thirty confirmed dead due to Kabul blast

Thirty confirmed dead due to Kabul blast

25 Oct 2020 | 6:30 PM

Kabul, Oct 25 (UNI) At least 30 people are confirm to have been killed and over 70 injured due to the the bomb blast that took place outside an education center in the western part of Kabul city yesterday confirmed security officials on Sunday.

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Bangladesh's Covid tally crosses 4 lakh-mark

25 Oct 2020 | 6:26 PM

Dhaka, Oct 25 (UNI) The novel coronavirus cases in Bangladesh surpassed the the 4 lakh-mark on Sunday after country registered 1308 new cases during the past 24 hours, Health Ministry officials said.

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Pakistan government gets flak from PPP for FATF verdict

Pakistan government gets flak from PPP for FATF verdict

25 Oct 2020 | 5:22 PM

Islamabad, Oct 25 (UNI) While the Pakistan government has claimed the Financial Action Task Force (FATF)'s decision to keep the country in the grey list as a diplomatic victory, the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has sought an explanation from it over the outcome.

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