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India's shifting alliances means border disputes in its neighbourhood now come with higher stakes.
Turkish FM Mevlut Cavusoglu hosts Iranian counterpart Javad Zarif in Istanbul, says Ankara opposes US sanctions on Iran despite coronavirus pandemic.
The warning comes a day after a UN appeal for countries to fund emergency aid in the Arab world’s poorest nation fell a billion dollars short of what agencies need to cover essential activities from June to December.
The Turkish Health Ministry said in a statement that Health Minister Fahrettin Koca held a video conference call with his Russian counterpart Mikhail Murashko.
The pandemic has caused even greater polarisation in the US and is turning out to be a defining period for Trump's future.
The league has not disclosed the identities of those who tested positive from the tests on 748 people on Sunday and Monday.
The muzzling of critical media and suspending labour laws are all worrying signs for Indian democracy.
Bats may well be the answer, so why not try?
Some 231 million people, or 22 percent (with a range of 16 to 26 percent) of the one billion people in the region were expected to be infected in the 12 month period – most of them showing few or no symptoms, according to a WHO modelling study.
The World Health Organization says burials are safe for Covid-19 victims. So why is Sri Lanka's government insisting on cremating all bodies?
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