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India’s Assam Eviction Drive Heightens Insecurities of State’s Muslim Population

MUMBAI — An eviction drive in India’s northeastern state of Assam of residents living on government-owned land has heightened insecurities among the state’s Muslim population according to rights activists.The evictions being carried out in the remote s...
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Pakistan Begins Immunizing Millions Against Measles and Rubella

ISLAMABAD — Pakistan rolled out a massive two-week drive Monday to immunize more than 90 million children in what officials hailed as one of the world’s biggest vaccination campaigns against measles and rubella.An official announcement said children a...
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Roadside Bomb in Afghanistan’s Capital Wounds 2 People

KABUL — A roadside bomb blew up on a busy avenue in the Afghan capital Kabul on Monday, wounding two people, police said.The bomb detonated as a taxi was passing by in the Kota-e Sangi district of western Kabul. The Taliban spokesman for Kabul police, ...
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Berdymukhamedov played futsal in Turkmenbashi and inspected the construction of a hospital (video)

After participating in the Turkic Council in Istanbul, President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov arrived in the city of Turkmenbashi.On November 13, the head of state played mini-football together with the deputy prime ministers at a sports complex located o...
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Turkmenistan became a leader among suppliers of aviation fuel to Georgia

In January-October 2021, Turkmenistan exported 54.9 thousand tons of aviation fuel to Georgia, Business Turkmenistan reports , citing Azerbaijan's Report agency. At the same time, the total volume of aviation fuel supplied to Georgia amounted to 73.5 t...
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OSCE explains to Turkmen journalists how to write about COVID-19 pandemic

On November 10-12, the OSCE Center in Ashgabat organized an online course on media coverage of the pandemic and other health-related issues, according to the organization's website . The event was attended by journalists from the country's print, broa...
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