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Turkey’s fairytale castles win reprieve after bankruptcy

Turkey’s fairytale castles win reprieve after bankruptcy 0

🕔13:26, 2.Feb 2019

A half-built fairytale development of hundreds of Disney-style castles in Western Turkey won a reprieve from bankruptcy when creditors voted to allow a construction company to complete work on the project.The Burj el Babas project, about 200 km east of

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Thai authorities take steps to fight air pollution

Thai authorities take steps to fight air pollution 0

🕔13:22, 2.Feb 2019

The Thai government is taking multiple steps to fight against severe air pollution, as dangerous concentration of pollutants has engulfed the country’s capital Bangkok for the past few weeks. Bangkok’s air quality has fallen to harmful levels with the quantity

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Steam fog moves over Minnesota’s Lake Superior

Steam fog moves over Minnesota’s Lake Superior 0

🕔13:14, 2.Feb 2019

A steam fog was seen rolling over Lake Superior in Duluth, Minnesota during the polar vortex cold wave that has locked the U.S. Midwest and areas in the East Coast in sub-zero weather and led to the deaths of at

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Runners brave ice and snow as world marathon race begins in the Antarctic

Runners brave ice and snow as world marathon race begins in the Antarctic 0

🕔13:10, 2.Feb 2019

This year’s seven continent marathon challenge kicked off in Antarctica, with runners braving the ice and snow for the first leg of the race.The World Marathon Challenge is a logistical, physical and extreme challenge that sees athletes run seven marathons

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Germany lead Hungary 2-0 in Davis Cup qualifier

Germany lead Hungary 2-0 in Davis Cup qualifier 0

🕔13:07, 2.Feb 2019

Germany lead Hungary 2-0 in their quest to qualify for November’s Davis Cup finals week in Madrid after winning both singles rubbers. World number 32 Philipp Kohlschreiber came back from a set down to beat Zsombor Piros 6-7 7-5 6-4

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Qatar beat Japan 3-1 to win Asian Cup for first time

Qatar beat Japan 3-1 to win Asian Cup for first time 0

🕔13:04, 2.Feb 2019

Almoez Ali scored a spectacular overhead kick for a record ninth goal of the tournament to set Qatar on their way to a first Asian Cup triumph with a stunning 3-1 win over four-times champions Japan. Ali’s 12th minute strike

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Archbishop of Colombo thanks the Government for permitting to establish branches for Private Schools

Archbishop of Colombo thanks the Government for permitting to establish branches for Private Schools 0

🕔19:05, 1.Feb 2019

His Eminence Malcolm Cardinal Ranjith has expressed his gratitude to the Government for granting permission to launch branch schools for Private Schools. The Archbishop of Colombo expressed this view at a function held at St. Peter’s College in Colombo. The

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83 from Refugee Camps in Tamil Nadu return home

83 from Refugee Camps in Tamil Nadu return home 0

🕔19:03, 1.Feb 2019

A group of 83 persons who had lived in Refugee Camps in Tamil Nadu has arrived in the island from Chennai in India. They are Tamils who had left their motherland during the war period. The United Nations High Commission

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12,000 ex-LTTE cadres have been rehabilitated

12,000 ex-LTTE cadres have been rehabilitated 0

🕔19:01, 1.Feb 2019

Rehabilitation Commissioner General Major General JanakaRatnayake has said that more than 12,000 former LTTE cadres have been rehabilitated. He further said that many programmes had been launched to uplift their livelihood. Major General JanakaRatnayake said the war ended in 2009

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Mill owners agree to sell rice at double the price of paddy

Mill owners agree to sell rice at double the price of paddy 0

🕔18:58, 1.Feb 2019

Rice Mill owners have agreed to sell rice at double the price of a kilogramme of paddy. Its aim is to protect the farmers and businessmen as well as consumers. This agreement was reached during a discussion Minister P. Harrison

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