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Putin to visit North Korea for first time in 24 years

Views: 0 Russian President Vladimir Putin walks before an inauguration ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia May 7, 2024.  What you need to know: Putin to visit North Korea and Vietnam Putin last visited North Korea in 2000 Russia and North Korea may sign partnership deal Trip underscores burgeoning partnership with Pyongyang U.S., South […]

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Pilgrims commence the final rites of Hajj as Muslims celebrate Eid al-Adha

Views: 1 More than 1.8 million people have gathered in the holy city of Mecca in Saudi Arabic to perform the annual five-day rituals of Hajj. All Muslims are required to make the Hajj once in their lives if they are physically and financially able to do so. Masses of pilgrims on Sunday embarked on

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INDONESIA BLOCKS ALMOST 3 MILLION ONLINE GAMBLING CONTENT

Views: 0JAKARTA, June 16 (Bernama-ANTARA) — Minister of Communication and Informatics Budi Arie Setiadi said the ministry had succeeded in blocking around 2,945,150 online gambling content in almost a year. “We have taken down 2,945,150 online gambling content from July 17, 2023 to June 13, 2024,” he noted in a statement from his office on

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Russian journalist killed in Ukraine drone strike: Media

Views: 2 A Russian journalist has been killed in a drone attack in eastern Ukraine, his news organisation said Sunday, two days after the death of another correspondent near the front line. “Our correspondent Nikita Tsitsagi was killed during an attack by Ukrainian army drones,” News.Ru posted on Telegram. It said the attack happened around the Saint-Nicolas monastery near the town

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Ex-presidential candidate Anies gets boost for Jakarta polls from Indonesia’s largest party

Views: 0 JAKARTA – Former presidential candidate Anies Baswedan has secured the backing of leaders from Indonesia’s largest party in Parliament, sources say, in a major boost for his chances at the local government elections in November. According to party insiders, the Jakarta branch of Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) has proposed to field

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NATO rejects Russian President Putin’s peace proposal with Ukraine.

Views: 6 The United States and NATO on Friday rejected Russian President Vladimir Putin’s demands that Ukraine should withdraw from territory claimed by Moscow to end the Kremlin’s invasion. “Putin has occupied, illegally occupied, sovereign Ukrainian territory. He is not in any position to dictate to Ukraine what they must do to bring about peace,”

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North Korea sends 10 thousand containers with 5 million artillery shells to Russia.

Views: 43North Korea sent containers to Russia that could contain as many as 4.8 million artillery shells, South Korean Defense Minister Shin Won-sik said in an interview with Bloomberg published on June 14. With Russia’s military stocks running low due to extensive use in Ukraine, North Korea has been shaping up as Russia’s leading weapons

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China Helps Taliban Sell $80 Million Worth Crude Oil in 10 Days

Views: 3China is aiding Afghanistan’s conservative government, the Taliban to be a new competitor in the global crude oil sector. China’s Xinjiang Central Asia Petroleum and Gas Co (CAPEIC) signed a 25-year agreement with the Taliban for crude oil investments. The contract states that BRICS member China will invest $540 million by 2026 to help

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Russian President Putin to visit North Korea in the coming weeks.

Views: 2President Vladimir Putin will travel to North Korea and Vietnam in the coming weeks, the business newspaper Vedomosti reported Monday, citing Russian diplomats familiar with the matter. Russia’s Ambassador to North Korea Alexander Matsegora told the newspaper that he is “actively preparing” for the Kremlin leader’s visit to Pyongyang but otherwise did not specify

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Today’s 11th June Famous Birthdays since 1403

Views: 3 1403 John IV, Duke of Brabant and Limburg (founded Leuven University), born in Arras, modern-day France (d. 1427) 1430 Edmund Tudor, 1st Earl of Richmond and patriarch of the Tudor Dynasty, born in Much Hadham Palace, Hertfordshire, England (d. 1456) 1456 Anne Neville, English queen, wife of Richard III of England, born in Warwick Castle, Warwickshire

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