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Taliban break up women’s protest in Herat

Authorities dispersed a women’s rally in Afghanistan’s western city of Herat on Sunday, with protesters claiming they were beaten by Taliban forces who fired...

Harry’s memoir may damage King Charles’ reputation, fears royal counselors

King Charles’ advisors and counselors have reportedly expressed their concerns regarding Prince Harry’s upcoming bombshell book. Royal aides are concerned about the impact of the...

Antonio Inoki, Japanese pro-wrestler politician, dies aged 79

Antonio Inoki, a Japanese professional wrestling star turned politician, widely known for his match with boxer Muhammad Ali and ties to North Korea, has...

Palestinian boy buried; US seeks probe into death

A seven-year-old Palestinian boy who died on the sidelines of an Israeli army search in the occupied West Bank was buried on Friday, with...

Gunmen open fire, hurl Molotov cocktails on police station in Iran

Gunmen on Friday opened fire and hurled Molotov cocktails at a police station in southwestern Iranian province of Sistan-Baluchestan, state media reported. “A number of...

Russia annexes four Ukraine regions amid warnings from West

Despite warnings from the West and the United Nations Secretary-General, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday signed treaties to annex four Moscow-occupied Ukrainian regions...

India bans Muslim group PFI, accuses it of ‘terrorism’

India declared the Popular Front of India (PFI) Muslim group and its affiliates unlawful on Wednesday, accusing them of involvement in terrorism and banning...

Ukraine regions made ‘free choice in favour of Russia’: Moscow

Moscow’s foreign ministry said on Wednesday that Russian-occupied regions in Ukraine made a “conscious and free choice” to join Russia after Kremlin proxies organised...

Waning Hurricane Ian creeps across Florida after battering Gulf Coast

A weakened but still formidable Hurricane Ian chugged across Florida toward the Atlantic seaboard on Thursday after thrashing the state’s Gulf Coast with fierce...

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