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Indian foreign minister visits Sri Lanka to expedite strategic investments

Indian foreign minister visits Sri Lanka to expedite strategic investments 0

🕔17:39, 7.Jan 2021

India’s Foreign Minister met with the Sri Lankan president and foreign minister on Wednesday (January 6) in an effort to boost ties and strategic investment in the island. India’s minister, Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, said the officials discussed possible cooperation in the

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WikiLeaks’ Assange arrives for bail hearing at London court

WikiLeaks’ Assange arrives for bail hearing at London court 0

🕔18:33, 6.Jan 2021

WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange will discover on Wednesday (January 6) if he will be allowed to taste freedom after years of self-incarceration and jail time, following victory in his battle to avoid extradition from Britain to the United States. Assange,

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Russian divers hunt for ancient bones in frozen river

Russian divers hunt for ancient bones in frozen river 0

🕔18:28, 6.Jan 2021

Ancient shark teeth, bones of woolly rhinoceros, mammoths and other extinct animals – those are rare artifacts which attract Russian palaeontologists to the ice-covered Tobol river some 2,000 kilometres east of Moscow. For almost two decades scientists have teamed up

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Democrat Warnock wins in Georgia; second runoff and U.S. Senate control undecided

Democrat Warnock wins in Georgia; second runoff and U.S. Senate control undecided 0

🕔18:06, 6.Jan 2021

Democrats won one hotly contested U.S. Senate race in Georgia on Wednesday (January 6) and pulled ahead in a second, edging closer to control of the chamber and the power to advance Democratic President-elect Joe Biden’s policy goals when he

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Thousands of health workers vaccinated in Italy’s COVID epicentre

Thousands of health workers vaccinated in Italy’s COVID epicentre 0

🕔18:01, 6.Jan 2021

Bergamo, one of the Lombardy towns which have borne the brunt of Italy’s COVID-19 contagion, on Tuesday (January 5) began injecting health workers with the Pfizer/BioNtech vaccine. Doctors, nurses, health workers and technicians at Bergamo’s Papa Giovanni XXIII hospital, queued

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Australia’s most populous state reports four local cases

Australia’s most populous state reports four local cases 0

🕔17:55, 6.Jan 2021

New South Wales (NSW), Australia’s most populous state, reported four local cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday (January 6) while Victoria added one to its tally. Testing was ramped up in the regional NSW towns of Orange and Broken Hill after

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South Korea to dispatch diplomat for Tehran talks after Iran seizes tanker

South Korea to dispatch diplomat for Tehran talks after Iran seizes tanker 0

🕔17:49, 6.Jan 2021

South Korea is dispatching a delegation to Iran to seek the release of a tanker seized in Gulf waters by Iranian forces, with a senior diplomat set to go ahead with a planned visit Tehran on Sunday (January 10) amid

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North Korea’s Kim says economic plan failed as rare party congress begins

North Korea’s Kim says economic plan failed as rare party congress begins 0

🕔17:42, 6.Jan 2021

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said his five-year economic plan had failed to meet its goals “on almost every sector” as he kicked off the ruling Workers’ Party congress, state media KCNA reported on Wednesday (January 6). In his

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American lawyer arrested in Hong Kong security crackdown

American lawyer arrested in Hong Kong security crackdown 0

🕔17:38, 6.Jan 2021

An American lawyer was arrested by Hong Kong police during a raid of a law firm linked to a national security crackdown launched on Wednesday, RTHK reported on Wednesday (January 6). John Clancey, chairman of the Asian Human Rights Commission

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Long queues at Brussels Airport as mandatory COVID-19 testing comes into force

Long queues at Brussels Airport as mandatory COVID-19 testing comes into force 0

🕔17:34, 6.Jan 2021

Long queues at Brussels Airport as mandatory COVID-19 testing comes into force Long queues were seen at Brussels Airport on January 3 after Belgium made COVID-19 tests mandatory for passengers arriving in red zones. Following these new measures, introduced on

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