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Pakistani Muslim girl held captive by family in Italy, threatened with murder for seeing Hindu boy
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Pakistani Muslim girl held captive by family in Italy, threatened with murder for seeing Hindu boy

A Pakistani Muslim girl in Tuscan city of Arezzo was held captive by her family and was threatened with murder to stop her from seeing a Hindu boy, Italian police reported on Thursday (local time).

Turkey reports 50,678 new COVID-19 cases, 237 deaths
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Turkey reports 50,678 new COVID-19 cases, 237 deaths

Turkey's daily count of coronavirus cases reached over 50,000 and the nationwide death toll has mounted to 33,939 with 237 new fatalities on Sunday.

Russia, China protecting own interests; thwarting global response to Myanmar coup: EU
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Russia, China protecting own interests; thwarting global response to Myanmar coup: EU

EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said on Sunday it was "no surprise" that Moscow and Beijing were blocking efforts at the UN Security Council to impose an arms embargo as the international efforts to halt the violence in Myanmar is yet to yield results.

Presidential elections underway in Peru
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Presidential elections underway in Peru

Elections began at 7:00 am (local time) on Sunday in Peru, where more than 25 million people are eligible to vote.

US issues warning to China; says action against Taiwan would be 'serious mistake'
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US issues warning to China; says action against Taiwan would be 'serious mistake'

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Sunday (local time) issued a warning to China stating it would be a "serious mistake" for anyone to attempt to change Taiwan's "status quo" amid heightened tensions between Washington and Beijing over the island country's sovereignty.

Four immigrants found dead in boat off Canary Islands
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Four immigrants found dead in boat off Canary Islands

Four migrants trying to reach the Canary Islands from the coast of African were found dead inside a dinghy, in which they attempted the crossing, the government delegate of the Spanish-controlled Canary Islands confirmed on Sunday.

US reiterates call for investigation into the origins of COVID-19, slams China not cooperating
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US reiterates call for investigation into the origins of COVID-19, slams China not cooperating

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Sunday launched a scathing attack against China for a lack of transparency during "the early stages" of the coronavirus pandemic and called for a more thorough investigation into the origins of COVID-19.

Israeli PM calls struggling against Iran "huge task" after Natanz nuke facility blackout
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Israeli PM calls struggling against Iran "huge task" after Natanz nuke facility blackout

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday that struggling against Iran is "a huge task".

Canada 'must do more' to help people in Hong Kong amid draconian law: Advocacy Group
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Canada 'must do more' to help people in Hong Kong amid draconian law: Advocacy Group

Amid the crackdown on dissent in Hong Kong, an advocacy group has said that while Canada has unveiled new work, study and residency permit programmes for Hong Kongers but more support is definitely needed.

Russia calls for talks on binding treaty to ban weapons deployment in Space
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Russia calls for talks on binding treaty to ban weapons deployment in Space

Russia calls for talks to create a legally binding international instrument that would ban the deployment of any type of weapons in space, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on the 60th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's historic space flight.

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