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March 06, 2021 World
BAGHDAD: Pope Francis held a historic meeting on Saturday with Iraq’s top Shia cleric Ayatollah Ali Al-Sistani in the southern Najaf city.
March 06, 2021 World
TOKYO: Japan will extend a virus state of emergency in the Tokyo area by a fortnight, officials said Friday, less than five months before the pandemic-postponed Tokyo Olympics.
March 06, 2021 World
YANGON: A protester was shot dead in Myanmar on Friday, in the latest round of bloodletting at anti-coup demonstrations as the UN Security Council prepared to meet on the escalating crisis.
March 06, 2021 World
BAGHDAD: Pope Francis landed in war-battered Iraq Friday on a first-ever papal visit, defying security fears and the pandemic to comfort one of the world’s oldest and most persecuted Christian communities.
March 05, 2021 World
WASHINGTON: A sweeping police reform package that bans choke holds and combats racial profiling cleared the US House of Representatives, days before the trial of a white officer charged with murdering African-American George Floyd.
March 05, 2021 World
FARIDABAD: Indian vets have extracted 71 kilograms (156.5 pounds) of plastic, nails and other garbage from a pregnant cow, but both the animal and her baby died.
March 05, 2021 World
YANGON: Defiant anti-coup protesters returned to cities and towns across Myanmar on Thursday after dozens of people were killed in the deadliest day of the junta’s crackdown, with global powers condemning the “brutal violence”.
March 04, 2021 World
WASHINGTON: US President Joe Biden suffered his first cabinet defeat as he pulled an ill-fated nomination, the clearest signal yet that immensely powerful moderates in the deadlocked Senate can imperil his administration’s ambitious agenda.
March 04, 2021 World
EDINBURGH: Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon (pic) on Wednesday defended her handling of sexual assault claims against her predecessor, in a case that has erupted into a full-blown crisis for the independence movement as pressure mounts for her to resign.
March 04, 2021 World
YANGON: At least seven people were killed as Myanmar security forces fired on pro-democracy protesters Wednesday, after the junta hit half a dozen detained journalists, including an Associated Press photographer, with criminal charges.
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