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Turkey condemns deployment of major US Navy ship to Greece

Ankara, Oct 9 (Sputnik) The US decision to homeport one of its biggest military ship, the expeditionary sea base ship USS Hershel "Woody" Williams, to Greece will not promote peace and stability in Eastern Mediterranean amid the current tension between Ankara and Athens, Turkish Parliament's speaker Mustafa Sentop said.
In late September, US State Secretary Mike Pompeo visited Greece and held talks with the country's leadership. During a visit to Souda Bay on Crete, Pompeo announced the troop-carrying vessel would be homeported at the base.
"The position of a mediator in a dispute between two countries is to remain impartial and objective. Unfortunately, the US has chosen one side in the Eastern Mediterranean ... Another symbolic gesture in this regard is the decision to deploy the warship to Souda Bay. These actions of the United States will neither promote peace and stability in the Eastern Mediterranean, nor serve the US strategic interests," Sentop said.
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Bangladesh to relocate Rohingya's

04 Dec 2020 | 9:07 PM

Dhaka, Dec 4 (UNI) In the face of growing concern over the extreme congestion in the camps of Cox’s Bazar and to avert any risk of death due to landslides and other unwarranted incidents, the Government of Bangladesh has decided to relocate, in phases, 1,00,000 Rohingyas to Bhashan Char.

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Progress made in resolving Saudi-led boycott of Qatar: Kuwait

04 Dec 2020 | 8:00 PM

Kuwait City, Dec 4 (UNI) Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Ahmed al-Sabah said on Friday that some progress has been made regarding reconciliation in the Gulf crisis involving the Saudi led boycott of Qatar.

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Rickshaw blast in Rawalpindi kills 1, injures 7

Rickshaw blast in Rawalpindi kills 1, injures 7

04 Dec 2020 | 7:28 PM

Islamabad, Dec 4(UNI) A blast in a parked auto rickshaw at Pir Wadhai bus station of Pakistan's Rawalpindi city on Friday, left one dead and 7 injured, officials said.

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Iran's nCoV death toll nears 50,000

Iran's nCoV death toll nears 50,000

04 Dec 2020 | 7:07 PM

Tehran, Dec 4 (UNI) Iran's Health Ministry on Friday reported 347 fresh nCoV death cases in the past 24 hours, raising the death toll to 49,695 since the outbreak of the disease in the country on Feb 19.

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Bangladesh relocates Rohingya's to a remote island against their will, rights groups say

Bangladesh relocates Rohingya's to a remote island against their will, rights groups say

04 Dec 2020 | 6:58 PM

Dhaka, Dec 4(UNI) Bangladeshi authorities on Friday began the process of relocating thousands of Rohingya refugees to a remote island despite concerns about their safety and against their consent, rights groups claimed.

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