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  • Archer Kapil tests positive for coronavirus
  • Injured Warner ruled out of final ODI, T20I series; Cummins rested
  • Injured Warner ruled out of final ODI, T20I series; Cummins rested
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  • Centre asks States to adhere to fire safety norms in hospitals & nursing homes
  • Panchayat elections announced in Karnataka
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  • Aim is to become a dependable player for the team, says Shamsher Singh
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  • Depression to become cyclonic storm tomorrow, TN to get extremely heavy rains on Dec 2
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EU Condemns Strikes on Azerbaijani City of Ganja, Calls for Ceasefire Upholding

BRUSSELS, Oct 17 (Sputnik) The European Union expresses regret and condemns the recent strikes on the Azerbaijani city of Ganja and calls on the sides to the conflict to honor the ceasefire, the bloc’s foreign affairs spokesman, Peter Stano, said on Saturday.
Earlier in the day, Azerbaijani presidential assistant Hikmet Hajiyev said that the cities of Ganja and Mingecevir came under Armenian missile attacks. According to the emergency services, 13 bodies have been recovered from the rubble after the attack, while over 50 people were injured. The Armenian Defense Ministry maintains that its military has not shelled the Azerbaijani territory.
"The European Union deplores the strikes on the Azerbaijani city of Ganja during the night of 16-17 October resulting in civilian loss of life and serious injury. All targeting of civilians and civilian installations by either party must stop. The ceasefire of 10 October must be fully respected without delay," Stano said in a statement.
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Sri Lankan university develops PCR test kit

30 Nov 2020 | 12:25 PM

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Sri Lanka to pardon 606 prisoners amid Coronavirus

30 Nov 2020 | 12:22 PM

Colombo, Nov 30 (UNI) As many as 606 prisoners convicted on minor charges will be pardoned to ease congestion in Sri Lanka's prisons amid a Novel Coronavirus outbreak, state media reported on Monday.

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30 Nov 2020 | 8:20 AM

Washington, Nov 30(UNI) US infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci on Sunday warned that the country could see "surge upon surge" of coronavirus cases in the coming weeks, after millions returned home following the Thanksgiving holiday.

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Massacre in Nigeria leaves at least 110 civilians dead

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30 Nov 2020 | 7:37 AM

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Police raid house and clinic of Maradona's doctor

30 Nov 2020 | 1:51 AM

Buenos Aires, Nov 29(UNI) Authorities in Argentina said on Sunday that prosecutors are investigating Diego Maradona's personal doctor for possible manslaughter following the footballing legend's death four days ago.

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