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Israel to inoculate 100,000 Palestinian workers
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Israel to inoculate 100,000 Palestinian workers

Israel on Friday agreed to inoculate 100,000 Palestinians who regularly cross into Israel to work, reported The Washington Post citing Mai al-Kaila, Palestinian Health Minister.

The saga of China's crackdown on Uyghurs in Xinjiang
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The saga of China's crackdown on Uyghurs in Xinjiang

China's sweeping crackdown on Muslim ethnic minority, Uyghurs in Xinjiang since 2017 in the name of counterterrorism has drawn global ire, particularly US State Department, that has classified it as 'genocide', reported The Washington Post.

WHO open to all hypotheses on coronavirus origins: Tedros
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WHO open to all hypotheses on coronavirus origins: Tedros

The World Health Organization's (WHO) team probing coronavirus origins, which is on a visit to China's Wuhan, the first Covid-19 hotspot, will publish a preliminary report next week, said WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Friday.

WHO dismisses 'lab leak' theory of COVID-19 origin in China
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WHO dismisses 'lab leak' theory of COVID-19 origin in China

Following a 12-day visit to China to probe the origins of COVID-19 in Wuhan, a team of World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday dismissed the theory of a 'lab leak' of the virus.

Daniel Pearl's wife still hopes for justice after Pak SC's acquittal of murder accused
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Daniel Pearl's wife still hopes for justice after Pak SC's acquittal of murder accused

Wife of American journalist Daniel Pearl, Mariane, hopes for justice even after the "unjust verdict by the Pakistan Supreme Court of acquitting terrorist Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, the prime accused in the 2002 abduction and murder of the scribe."

Apple faces $73mn lawsuit in Europe over throttling iPhones
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Apple faces $73mn lawsuit in Europe over throttling iPhones

London, Jan 26 Apple has been sued once again in Europe, this time seeking $73 million in damages ...

Capitol riots: Hillary Clinton says Trump impeachment essential but will not remove white supremacy from US
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Capitol riots: Hillary Clinton says Trump impeachment essential but will not remove white supremacy from US

Democratic Party nominee for US President in 2016 Hillary Clinton on Monday expressed solidarity towards impeachment of President Donald Trump by saying it is essential to impeach him in wake of the Capitol riots but warned that impeachment alone "won't remove white supremacy from America".

Capitol police officer dies days after Washington riots, officials claim suicide
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Capitol police officer dies days after Washington riots, officials claim suicide

A US Capitol police officer who responded to the mob riots in Washington on Wednesday, died days after the violence, according to a statement by the Capitol police on Sunday.

Twitter suspends fake accounts posing as Black Trump supporters
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Twitter suspends fake accounts posing as Black Trump supporters

San Francisco, Oct 14 Twitter has disabled several accounts posing as Black supporters of US President Donald Trump ...

Political crisis in Kyrgyzstan deepens after election declared void
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Political crisis in Kyrgyzstan deepens after election declared void

After parliamentary elections in Kyrgyzstan were declared invalid, several political factions have been competing to fill in the positions which has brought the Kyrgyzstani government to a standstill this week.

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