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Pakistan hosts peace conference for Afghan leaders

Pakistan hosts peace conference for Afghan leaders 0

🕔13:27, 23.Jun 2019

Pakistan hosted a conference to bring together more than 50 Afghan leaders, including politicians and tribal elders in a new initiative to bolster a faltering peace process aiming to end Afghanistan’s lengthy civil war. There were however no representatives of

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Creativity transforms suburb in South Africa into art destination

Creativity transforms suburb in South Africa into art destination 0

🕔13:25, 23.Jun 2019

Westdene, a suburb of Johannesburg in South Africa, is fast turning into a little heaven as graffiti artists’ playground, where the prominent artists are provided with clean walls by residents to produce their best works of art. The area now

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Poland’s first female shepherd breaks down barriers

Poland’s first female shepherd breaks down barriers 0

🕔13:18, 23.Jun 2019

High up in Poland’s picturesque Tatry Mountains Janina Rzepka is fighting gender stereotypes with the help of her wooly supporters. Rzepka is the country’s first certified female ‘Baca’ – or ‘Head Shepherd’ – a role traditionally reserved for men. To

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“The Other Side of Heaven 2: Fire of Faith”  will be released this Friday

“The Other Side of Heaven 2: Fire of Faith” will be released this Friday 0

🕔13:11, 23.Jun 2019

“The Other Side of Heaven 2: Fire of Faith” is a 2019 American adventure drama film written and directed by Mitch Davis. The film stars Christopher Gorham, Natalie Medlock, Russell Dixon and Joe Folau. John Groberg returns to Tonga for

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Uruguay rallies from behind twice to draw 2-2 with Japan at Copa

Uruguay rallies from behind twice to draw 2-2 with Japan at Copa 0

🕔13:18, 21.Jun 2019

Uruguay twice came from behind to draw 2-2 against a superb Japan side in the Copa America with the help of two questionable refereeing decisions and will have to wait until their final group game to book their place in

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David Warner hits 166 as Australia beat Bangladesh

David Warner hits 166 as Australia beat Bangladesh 0

🕔13:15, 21.Jun 2019

David Warner’s accomplished 166 was the bedrock for a 48-run win that took holders Australia top of the World Cup table and damaged Bangladesh’s chances of making the semi-finals.Warner found some explosive form late on to push Australia to their

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ESA’s Woerners warns space debris are endangering satellites

ESA’s Woerners warns space debris are endangering satellites 0

🕔13:13, 21.Jun 2019

Earth is surrounded by a cloud of space debris and this endangers satellites, ESA Director General Johann Woerner said on Thursday as he attended the United Nations’ Committee on the peaceful uses of Outer Space. An estimated number of 700,000

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EU leaders fail to agree top job candidates in Brussels talks

EU leaders fail to agree top job candidates in Brussels talks 0

🕔13:03, 21.Jun 2019

A summit of 28 European Union leaders has ended without an agreement on who should take on the bloc’s top jobs.The talks, held in Brussels, continued until the early hours of Friday morning without candidates being finalised. On top of

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Over 70 injured during clashes at protest in Georgia

Over 70 injured during clashes at protest in Georgia 0

🕔12:58, 21.Jun 2019

At least 70 people were injured after protesters rallying against the visit of a Russian lawmaker tried to storm Georgia’s parliament building. Riot police used tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannon after protesters pushed against lines of riot police,

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Protesters take rally to Hong Kong police headquarters

Protesters take rally to Hong Kong police headquarters 0

🕔12:55, 21.Jun 2019

Thousands of people dressed in black rallied in Hong Kong after the expiry of a deadline protesters set for the government to scrap a controversial extradition bill – the latest wave of protests to rock the Chinese-ruled city.\Demonstrators, mostly students,

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