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China opens the world’s longest sea bridge

(AFP) – China’s President Xi Jinping has officially opened the world’s longest sea bridge connecting Hong Kong, Macau, and mainland China Tuesday. The 55-kilometer crossing, which includes a snaking road bridge and underwater tunnel, links Hong Kong with the southern mainland city of Zhuhai and the enclave of Macau, across ...

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Iran busts three terror groups in Khuzestan Province

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – Iran says it has dismantled three terrorist groups, which were planning attacks on Muslims during the annual Arba’een pilgrimage, in southwestern Khuzestan Province. Speaking during a visit to the Shalamcheh border with Iraq, Iran’s Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi said that members of the terror outfits had ...

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Restrictions in Srinagar to prevent Lal Chowk march

SRINAGAR (Web Desk) – In occupied Kashmir, the authorities imposed stringent restrictions in Srinagar, today, to prevent a march towards Lal Chowk area of the city, reported Kashmir Media Service. Call for the march and a sit-in at the city centre has been given by the Joint Resistance Leadership comprising ...

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China, ASEAN states start inaugural joint maritime exercises

 Muslim Times(Web Desk) – China and Southeast Asian states have kicked off their first joint maritime exercises as part of efforts to promote stability and ease tensions across the disputed South China Sea. Chinese state broadcaster CCTV said on Monday that eight warships had set sail from the port of ...

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UN: 8.4 million war-hit Yemenis need urgent food aid

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – The United Nations humanitarian chief says the war on Yemen has left as many as 8.4 million people in the Arab world’s already poorest nation in need of urgent food aid. In all, 75 percent of Yemen’s 22-million-strong population needed some sort of assistance, said the ...

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Australia slaps sanctions on Myanmar officers over Rohingya

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – The Australian government has announced sanctions against five military officers in Myanmar who are accused of leading brutal atrocities against minority Rohingya Muslims in the Southeast Asian country. Australia’s Foreign Minister Marise Payne unveiled the sanctions on Tuesday, also saying that the army officers were “responsible ...

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