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Taliban kill 28 police officers while Doha peace talks continue Asia

The Taliban launched a wave of attacks on security checkpoints in southern Afghanistan overnight, killing a total of 28 Afghan police, officials said. A spokesman for Uruzgan Governor Zelgai Ebadi said Taliban fighters had offered 28 local and national police officers a chance to return if they surrendered on Tuesday night, “but after taking their weapons, the Taliban killed them …

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Expelled Saudi dissidents launch opposition party Saudi Arabia

A group of Saudi dissidents exiled to countries including the United Kingdom and the United States have announced the creation of an opposition party, the first organized political resistance during King Salman’s rule. Saudi Arabia is an absolute monarchy that does not tolerate any political opposition, but the formation of the National Assembly Party on the anniversary of the founding …

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A fuel tanker crash in Nigeria kills 23 people Nigeria

Children among those killed as a petrol truck overturns and catches fire on a busy highway in central Kogi At least 23 people were killed after a petrol tank overturned and set on fire on a busy road in the central state of Kogi, Nigeria. The tanker lost control and collided with five cars, three tricycles and two motorcycles on …

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The EU is offering money and more deportations in a new plan for migrants

BRUSSELS – The European Union on Wednesday unveiled a new attempt to encourage unwanted member states to participate in a common system for working with asylum seekers, offering them both monetary incentives to accept refugees and faster deportation of asylum seekers. . The proposal by the European Commission, the bloc’s executive, will put an end to quotas adopted five years …

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In Inner Mongolia, China is working to erase its “model minority”

The shepherd could not speak for long. His phone was monitored, he said, as were those of many other Mongols around him. “We have no way out. There is nothing we can do, “said Gangbatter, a pastor in the Silingol League, central Inner Mongolia in China, where mass protests erupted three weeks ago when the government introduced a new” bilingual …

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The parties urge the Swiss Hospitality School to isolate 2,500 students coronavirus outbreak

About 2,500 students from a prestigious Swiss hospitality school have been quarantined following a large outbreak of coronavirus following private parties there, according to regional authorities. About 75% of students at the EHL Hospitality Management School in Lausanne have been asked to stay at home or not leave their campus facilities until September 28, according to a statement from authorities …

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Covid-19: Sunak will present the emergency jobs scheme

Image copyright Getty images Later, Chancellor Rishi Sunak will present a plan aimed at minimizing further unemployment as stricter Covid-19 restrictions take effect. The new measures are expected to replace the exemption scheme, which is due to expire next month. In July, about five million workers still receive part or all of their income under the scheme, many in the …

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