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Al Jazeera, is a state-funded broadcaster in Doha, Qatar, owned by the Al Jazeera Media Network. Initially launched as an Arabic news and current-affairs satellite TV channel, Al Jazeera has since expanded into a network with several outlets, including the Internet and specialty television channels in multiple languages.

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Philippines President Duterte urged to end 'policy of subservience' towards China
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Philippines President Duterte urged to end 'policy of subservience' towards China

As Chinese coast guard ships continue to amass near a disputed reef in the South China Sea, Philippines lawmakers and foreign policy experts called on the country's President Rodrigo Duterte to end the "policy of subservience" towards Beijing.

'War-like situation in Pakistan', protest continues over arrest of Islamist party leader
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'War-like situation in Pakistan', protest continues over arrest of Islamist party leader

Violent protests continued in Pakistan on Tuesday for the second day against the arrest of radical Islamist party leader as demonstrators blocked roads in several major Pakistani cities, including the country's largest city of Karachi, Al Jazeera reported.

'War-like situation in Pakistan', protest continues over arrest of Islamist party leader
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'War-like situation in Pakistan', protest continues over arrest of Islamist party leader

Violent protests continued in Pakistan on Tuesday for the second day against the arrest of radical Islamist party leader as demonstrators blocked roads in several major Pakistani cities, including the country's largest city of Karachi, Al Jazeera reported.

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.

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.

Amid Iran nuclear talks, US Defense Secy begins travels to Middle East
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Amid Iran nuclear talks, US Defense Secy begins travels to Middle East

The US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin arrived in Israel on Sunday, his first stop on a two-day trip to the Middle Eastern country. This is the first official visit by a senior representative of President Joe Biden's administration to the country.

Scepticism over Chinese-made vaccines dents Beijing's vaccine diplomacy in Southeast Asia
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Scepticism over Chinese-made vaccines dents Beijing's vaccine diplomacy in Southeast Asia

Despite big promises made by Chinese President Xi Jinping to provide safe and effective vaccines as a 'global public good', the country's vaccine diplomacy has not seen the major success that it had expected, at least in Southeast Asia.

Two years of Easter bombings: Lanka legalises deradicalisation law, mulls burqa ban to fight 'Islamic terrorism'
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Two years of Easter bombings: Lanka legalises deradicalisation law, mulls burqa ban to fight 'Islamic terrorism'

From mulling burqa ban to de-radicalisation law, the Sri Lankan government has taken several steps as part of a crackdown against 'Islamic extremism' in the aftermath of the Easter Sunday bombings of 2019.

Pakistan not ready to combat COVID-19 third wave: Bilawal Bhutto
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Pakistan not ready to combat COVID-19 third wave: Bilawal Bhutto

Pakistan is not sufficiently ready to combat the ongoing third coronavirus wave due to the country's government's "refusal" to purchase vaccines for every citizen, said Pakistan opposition leader Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari.

14 countries raise concerns over WHO, China joint report on COVID-19 origin
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14 countries raise concerns over WHO, China joint report on COVID-19 origin

A group of 14 countries including the United States and Japan has raised concerns over a report on the origins of COVID-19 by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and China, arguing that the WHO team was "significantly delayed and lacked access to complete, original data and samples."

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