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Turkey issues warrants for 112 soldiers over failed coup

Istanbul, Nov 23 (UNI/Xinhua) Turkey on Tuesday launched massive operations against 112 soldiers and former military school students over their suspected links to a failed coup attempt in July 2016, media reported.

The orders came after prosecutors of Turkey's western Izmir city completed their investigations, and the operations covered 22 provinces.
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Hong Kong to suspend face-to-face classes of secondary schools due to Covid-19

20 Jan 2022 | 8:18 PM

Hong Kong, Jan 20 (UNI/Xinhua) All face-to-face classes of secondary schools in Hong Kong will be suspended no later than Jan 24 until schools' Chinese New Year holidays, the Education Bureau (EDB) of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government announced on Thursday.

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Ukraine hit by new Covid-19 outbreak: health minister

20 Jan 2022 | 8:17 PM

Kiev, Jan 20 (UNI/Xinhua) Ukrainian Health Minister Viktor Liashko said on Thursday that the Eastern European country has been hit by a new outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Interfax-Ukraine news agency reported.

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US congressmen seek sanctions on Peskov, Mishustin, Sobyanin : Bill

20 Jan 2022 | 7:06 PM

Washington, Jan 20 (UNI/Sputnik) US congressmen led by Republican Jim Banks are seeking sanctions against Russian officials, including Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, Health Minister Mikhail Murashko, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov and Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin, according to the bill obtained by The Washington Post.

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Taiwan reports 37 new Covid-19 cases

20 Jan 2022 | 7:04 PM

Taipei, Jan 20 (UNI/Xinhua) Taiwan reported 37 new Covid-19 cases on Thursday, 13 of which are locally-transmitted confirmed cases, while the other 24 are imported, the island's disease-monitoring agency said.

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New draft of US sanctions seeks to cut funding for cyber dialogue with Russia : Bill

20 Jan 2022 | 7:03 PM

Washington, Jan 20 (UNI/Sputnik) US congressmen led by Republican Jim Banks want to cut funding for cybersecurity dialogue with Russia until alleged attacks on American entities end, according to the new sanctions bill obtained by The Washington Post.

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