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South Asia satellite launched
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South Asia satellite launched

The South Asia satellite, a new communication satellite, was launched by India on Friday with the intent to interlink the South Asian countries through telecommunication and broadcasting services. Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended congratulatory messages in the video conference on the launch of the satellite developed and funded entirely by the I...


USA visa waiver program for Australians: Trump may scrap visa free entry
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USA visa waiver program for Australians: Trump may scrap visa free entry

Australians planning on visiting the US could be forced to undertake an in- person interview with American officials under strict new border rules US President Donald Trump is considering. The Los Angeles Times, citing a draft copy of an executive order on immigration and refugees Trump is mulling, reported the visa waiver program that allows Australians and citizens from 37 other countries a 9...


China, WHO to build "healthy" Silk Road
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China, WHO to build "healthy" Silk Road

China and the World Health Organization (WHO) pledged here Wednesday to step up health cooperation under the framework of the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative. A memorandum of understanding in this regard was signed between the two sides at the WHO headquarters in Geneva, witnessed by visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping and WHO Director-General Margaret Chan. China welcomes the WHOs...


Castro to be laid to rest next to Cuban independence hero Marti
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Castro to be laid to rest next to Cuban independence hero Marti

Fidel Castro will be laid to rest on Sunday alongside the mausoleum of Cuban independence hero Jose Marti, ensuring that the polarizing nature of Castros life will continue in death. Castro and his leftist revolutionaries claimed Martis mantle upon overthrowing a U.S.-backed regime in 1959 and later married Martis ideals to their brand of Soviet communism, enraging other nationalists, anti-com...


Rain and sorrow accentuate memorial for dead at Brazil club

On a rainy Saturday that only accentuated the grief, 20,000 people filled a tiny stadium under umbrellas and plastic ponchos to say goodbye to members of the Chapecoense soccer club who died in a plane crash. The accident Monday in the Colombian Andes claimed most of the teams players and staff as it headed to the finals of one of Latin Americas most important club tournaments. Seventy-one of t...


Trump risks China rift with Taiwan call
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Trump risks China rift with Taiwan call

President-elect Donald Trump broke with decades of cautious US diplomacy to speak with the president of Taiwan, at the risk of provoking a serious rift with China. It was not immediately clear whether Trumps telephone call with President Tsai Ing-wen marked a deliberate pivot away from Washingtons official One China stance. Beijings Foreign Minister Wang Yi told Hong Kongs Phoenix TV on Satu...


Social stigma causing depression in HIV patients
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Social stigma causing depression in HIV patients

ocial stigma, fear of isolation attached to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection is driving patients towards depression and suicide, a survey conducted by Curofy revealed on Wednesday. Curofy is a doctors networking app. According to the survey people diagnosed with HIV or AIDS are three times more likely to commit suicide than general population. While some patients are scared of dy...


Next Gen Nokia smartphones coming in early 2017

Finnish company HMD Global on Thursday announced that it would bring a new generation of mobile phones to consumers, with the first smartphone product set to be launched in the first half of 2017 along side the existing Nokia branded feature phone business. The launch comes just six months after the company signed a strategic licensing agreement with Nokia, giving HMD exclusive rights to use No...


Floods in DR Congo kill at least 50: provincial governor
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Floods in DR Congo kill at least 50: provincial governor

KINSHASA - Floods triggered by heavy rains and a river bursting its banks have killed at least 50 people and left thousands more homeless in southwestern Congo, a provincial governor said Thursday. Torrential rains caused the Kalamu river, which flows through the city of Boma into the River Congo, to overflow for two hours before the waters receded, washing some of the victims across the border...


Afghan military kills 42 insurgents within day
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Afghan military kills 42 insurgents within day

KABUL - The Afghan security forces have killed 42 suspected Taliban insurgents in countryside since early Wednesday, the Defense Ministry said on Thursday. During the past 24 hour, Afghan National Defense and Security Forces conducted joined offensive operations in order to protect lives and properties of people, defeating the insurgents in different parts of the country that as a result, 42 ar...


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