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“We are with China” – Milan Fashion Week head

“We are with China” – Milan Fashion Week head 0

🕔12:12, 20.Feb 2020

Milan Fashion Week got underway on Wednesday (February 19) with a message of solidarity and unity with China. Three fashion shows have been cancelled with designers either unable to finish their collections on time or travel to Italy’s financial capital

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Popularity of Japanese fugu to puff up ahead of Olympics

Popularity of Japanese fugu to puff up ahead of Olympics 0

🕔12:03, 20.Feb 2020

Inside the kitchen of Fukudokoro Sakai, a wholesaler across the road from a seafood market at the southern tip of the main island of Japan, the chef casually hacks off the head of a live pufferfish.   He proceeds to

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The National programme to develop 100,000 kilometres of roads commenced

The National programme to develop 100,000 kilometres of roads commenced 0

🕔11:48, 20.Feb 2020

The National programme to develop 100,000 kilometres of roads commenced under the patronage of President Gotabaya Rajapaksa and Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa in Deltota yesterday. The objective of the project is to develop 100,000 kilometers of roads which come under

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Sri Lanka is to withdraw from co-sponsorship of UNHRC resolution

Sri Lanka is to withdraw from co-sponsorship of UNHRC resolution 0

🕔11:45, 20.Feb 2020

Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa says that the Sri Lankan government has decided withdraw from the process of co-sponsorship in relation to United Nations Human Rights Council Resolution 30/1. He stated this, issuing a statement yesterday in response to the recent

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South Korea reports spike in new virus cases linked to church services

South Korea reports spike in new virus cases linked to church services 0

🕔11:35, 20.Feb 2020

South Korea’s government reported 31 new cases of coronavirus on Thursday (February 20), after a new outbreak was traced to church services in the southwestern city of Daegu, bringing the number of people infected in the country to 82. The

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Afghanistan to support Sri Lanka in anti-drug trafficking

Afghanistan to support Sri Lanka in anti-drug trafficking 0

🕔16:38, 18.Feb 2020

Afghanistan Ambassador to Sri Lanka M. Asharf Haidari pledged that Afghanistan would provide its assistance to Sri Lanka in countering drug trafficking in the South Asian region. He said Sri Lanka remained a vital conduit in the South Asian region

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Secy Defence, CDS & Service Commanders Join ‘CISM Day Run’ in Colombo (PHOTOS)

Secy Defence, CDS & Service Commanders Join ‘CISM Day Run’ in Colombo (PHOTOS) 0

🕔16:30, 18.Feb 2020

A gathering of a few more than 250 tri-service personnel, headed by the Secretary Defence, Major General (Retd) Kamal Gunaratne, acting Chief of Defence Staff and Commander of the Army, Lieutenant General Shavendra Silva, Navy and Air Force Commanders this

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Clijsters loses to Muguruza in comeback match

Clijsters loses to Muguruza in comeback match 0

🕔16:06, 18.Feb 2020

Comeback queen Kim Clijsters lost 6-2 7-6(6) to Spain’s Garbine Muguruza on her return to the professional circuit after nearly eight years in an engrossing contest in the first round of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships. The 36-year-old Belgian,

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Chelsea 0 Manchester United 2

Chelsea 0 Manchester United 2 0

🕔16:03, 18.Feb 2020

Manchester United closed in on the Champions League places with victory over Chelsea as Frank Lampard’s side were left with a sense of injustice after contentious video assistant referee decisions went against them. United closed to within three points of

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Western England battles floods after Storm Dennis

Western England battles floods after Storm Dennis 0

🕔15:57, 18.Feb 2020

Relief efforts continued in western England and the Welsh borders after Storm Dennis left widespread flooding and damage in its wake. Some residents in south Wales had to be evacuated after water poured into their homes, with the Environment Agency

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