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Daily Archives: June 13, 2017

Heavy rains kill at least 46 in Bangladesh

Heavy monsoon rains have killed at least 46 people in southeast Bangladesh, most of them buried under landslides, authorities said Tuesday. Police warned that the death toll would likely rise as emergency workers reached remote parts of the affected area, where telephone and transport links had been cut. “The recovery ...

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Iran exports first wheat cargo in years

Iran says it has exported its first consignment of wheat after a hiatus of multiple years – what is seen as a robust sign that shows the country has not only been able to support domestic needs but also move ahead with overseas sales. The consignment of 35,000 tons of ...

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May, DUP are afraid that Labour will win second election: Analyst

British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservatives and Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) will try their best to hang together because none wants another general election, which the Labour Party will win certainly, a British academic and political analyst says. Dr. Rodney Shakespeare made the remarks in an interview with ...

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Manisha Koirala shows no interest in politics

MUMBAI – Cancer survivor Bollywood actress Manisha Koirala has said that she prefers to keep a distance from politics. Manisha belongs to a political family as her father was a former minister of environment, science and technology, and her paternal grandfather Bisheshwar Prasad Koirala was the Prime Minister (PM) of ...

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Anushka Sharma a lucky charm for Virat Kohli?

MUMBAI – India skipper Virat Kohli talked about his achievements, and sharing them with girlfriend Anushka Sharma which suggests that she is a luck charm for him. Kohli told that Anushka was by his side in the most important matches of his career, and said she brings luck for him. ...

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Panama cuts ties with Taiwan, backs ‘One China’ policy

Panama breaks diplomatic ties with self-ruled Taiwan in favor of establishing formal relations with Beijing, in what is viewed as a diplomatic victory for China which regards Taiwan as a breakaway province. The Panama City government said in a statement on Monday that it recognized there is only one China, and ...

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‘10,000 Yemeni patients died due to Saudi seige’

Yemen’s Health Ministry says Saudi Arabia’s 2015-present aerial embargo against the impoverished country has led to the deaths of around 10,000 patients, who were prevented from travelling abroad for treatment. Yemeni media quoted the ministry’s spokesman Abdul-Hakim al-Kuhlani as saying on Tuesday that the deaths were the result of the ...

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