Asia

14 people were killed in Afghanistan’s Bamiyan province: Roadside bombs attack

Side of the road bombs detonated in focal Afghanistan on Tuesday killing in any event 13 regular citizens and a traffic police officer, authorities stated, even as government mediators and the Taliban meet to attempt to end many years of war. Tariq Arian, representative for the Interior Ministry, said 45 individuals were additionally injured in …

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PM approves creation of liaison body for spy agencies

Prime Minister Imran Khan has endorsed the setting up of the National Intelligence Coordination Committee (NICC), a senior security source said on Monday. The new body would be driven by the chief general of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), who might work as its executive. The knowledge organizations have had at any rate two rounds of …

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US and its allies need to counter Chinese influence: Joe Biden

The elected President of USA Joe Biden said on Monday had a dialogue with the US allies to counter the growing Chinese influence over the world through global trading rules. Biden declined to say whether he would join a new China-backed Asian trade pact signed on Sunday. During the news conference in Wilmington, Delaware, Biden …

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US elected President Joe Biden will revive Iran’s nuclear deal: Saudia takes a firm stance against Iran

King Salman of Saudi Arabia urges the world powers to take a ‘firm stance’ against it’s arch-rival Iran as the US elected President Joe Biden will revive Iran’s nuclear deal which was halted in 2018. Saudi Arab urged Biden to reconsider the nuclear deal between Iran and the world powers, which was a remarkable deal …

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A move to forestall any prosecution at the International Criminal Court

Australia on Thursday moved to indict claimed atrocities by its unique powers sent in Afghanistan, a long time subsequent to nerve racking reports arose of regular citizens and detainees being killed. Head administrator Scott Morrison — refering to claims of “genuine and conceivably criminal unfortunate behavior” — named an extraordinary specialist, a transition to thwart …

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Against Iran Saudi king urges world to take ‘decisive stance’

Strains in the district have ascended since Donald Trump hauled the United States out of the global Iran atomic arrangement in 2018. Saudi Arabia’s King Salman canister Abdulaziz Al Saud asked the world on Thursday to take “a conclusive position” to deliver endeavors by Iran to create atomic and ballistic rocket programs, in his yearly …

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After Nagorno-Karabakh peace deal fresh crisis impend in Armenia

Dissenters question why PM Pashinyan acknowledged an arrangement and grieve misfortunes, as outrage bubbles on Yerevan’s roads. Minutes after Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan gave a consent to end the contention up Nagorno-Karabakh, a new emergency emitted at home. Distress and disappointment spilled into the roads of the capital Yerevan following the stun declaration in …

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Armenia-Azerbaijan-Russia sign deal to end Nagorno-Karabakh war

Armenia surrendered and ended the six week fierce war in Nagorno-Karabakh by signing the deal with Azerbaijan and Russia. The full ceasefire will be implemented midnight Moscow time on November 10. The Russian Peacekeeping troops are deployed on early hours of Tuesday in the war-raged region. Russian President Vladimir Putin said this deal should pave the …

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Azerbaijan

Seize Nagorno-Karabakh: Azerbaijan retains Shusha from Armenian powers

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev announce in a broadcast message that the strategic city of Shusha, which stayed in the unlawful control of Armenia for more than over twenty years, had been retaken by Azerbaijan’s military. The Azerbaijani city of Shusha has been retaken from Armenian powers. “Following 28 years, the adhan [call to prayer] will …

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