Thousands chanting "No justice! No peace!" gathered in central London on Sunday to offer support for American demonstrators.
India says it has expelled two Pakistani officials in New Delhi for "espionage activities". Islamabad rejects allegation, saying its High Commission staffers in New Delhi were detained and tortured by Indian authorities.
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Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh says New Delhi will not let its "pride be hurt" in its latest tensions with China in disputed Himalayan region and that India has turned down mediation offer by US President Trump.
But even though the non-profit's services cost as little as a few dollars, many in the teeming slums of the Indian megacity — ideal breeding grounds for the virus — cannot afford to use it.
The China Daily said Trump's pledge to "take action to revoke Hong Kong's preferential treatment as a separate customs and travel territory", and to impose sanctions on individuals, would hurt the US, and unite Hong Kong with mainland China.
Women's groups and social media users slammed the apparent joke by security minister Mohammad Mahfud MD, who made the comments during an online address to a local university earlier this week.
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Mohammad Rafi Sediqi, an official with Khurshid, confirmed the deaths of two employees. He said the two wounded were in critical condition.
Skirmishes between Taliban fighters and Afghan security forces recommence after a three-day ceasefire expired in Afghanistan.
US President Donald Trump is due to announce later his response to the China's security legislation that Beijing says aims to tackle secession, subversion, terrorism and foreign interference in the city.
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