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BREAKING: Suicide bombing in Kabul kills more than a dozen

Tariq Arian, the spokesman for the Interior Ministry, said the explosion occurred in the western part of the city in a mainly Shiite Hazara-dominated area.

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South Yorkshire under tier 3 lockdown

This implies that pubs, casinos, and soft play centers must now remain closed while people in almost any setting are prohibited from meeting anyone from other households.

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Egyptians start casting ballots to elect a new parliament

The first phase of voting covers 14 of the 27 provinces of the country, including Giza, the twin city of Cairo, and Alexandria, the Mediterranean city.

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President of Poland tested positive for Coronavirus

Poland is facing a surge in the coronavirus pandemic, with more than 13,600 new cases recorded daily on Friday.

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Hezbollah officially recognized as terrorist group by Estonia

The decision was applauded by Israel's foreign ministry.

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TikTok ban lifted in Pakistan under certain conditions

After the Chinese company, ByteDance assured authorities it would moderate content in compliance with Pakistan's laws, the regulator said it was reversing its decision.

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Eric Andre says failed John Cena stunt left him hospitalized

Andre added: "I immediately went to the hospital." I had Fred Flintstone on the side of my head, like Bugs Bunny [bump].

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Czech Prime Minister asks health minister's resignation for violating coronavirus restrictions

Compared to hard-hit Western European countries such as Italy, Spain, and Britain, the country recorded a relatively low number of COV

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The US Election: Staggering 'Red Elephant', shining 'Blue Donkey'

Blue donkeys and red elephants are running on the 'Stars and Stripes' canvas created by this combination of blue and red. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on a blue donkey and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on a red donkey. Under the leadership of these two, the American people are sitting on the edge of witnessing this race, almost divided.

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£1.33 billion net income reported by Coca-Cola in the fiscal third quarter

On Thursday, the company's shares jumped 2.5 percent in premarket trading but lost over 1 percent on the open market. Coca-Cola is now swapping hands at £38.61 per share, including the price action. In comparison, at the beginning of 2020, the per-share price was higher than £42.

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Chancellor Rishi Sunak offers more help to struggling business in Tier 2 restrictions

Mr. Sunak also announced the extension of the Job Support Scheme and the provision of assistance to self-employed workers.

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Allegations of interference in Presidential election by US denied by Russia and Iran

Less than two weeks before the vote, Washington accused Iran of sending "spoofed" e-mails to Americans "designed to intimidate voters, incite social unrest, and harm President Donald Trump."

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US senate subpoenas Facebook and Twitter's CEOs

In a 12-0 unanimous vote by Republican panel members, the Committee requested Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to testify on Oct. 28, when Google CEO Sundar Pichai is also scheduled to testify.

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Same-sex civil union endorsed by the Pope for the first time

For the first time as pope, Pope Francis endorsed same-sex civil unions while being interviewed for Francesco's feature-length documentary, which premiered at the Rome Film Festival on Wednesday.

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New pandemic laws introduced in North korea

North Korea appears to have introduced a new law addressing the pandemic emergency, with claims that no positive case of the COVID-19 virus has been found.

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Nigerian protesters break curfew, Lagos in Chaos

A curfew was defied by Nigerian protesters demanding an end to police brutality as gunfire rang out where they were setting up a blockade Wednesday, the day after shots were fired at a crowd of protesters singing the national anthem of the country. That disturbing turn attracted worldwide outrage.

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Thai PM Prayuth to lift emergency measures if situation comes under control

By the time the address was aired, the demonstrators arriving 3 km from Victory Monument had already reached a roundabout near Government House, decreasing their chances of defusing the immediate situation.

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Armenian president says there is no need to involve Russia in Nagarno-Karabakh conflict

"The Armenian president, touching on relations with Russia, stressed that Moscow" has been and is Armenia's ally for years and that countries have trust-based relations.

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Nagorno-Karabakh fighting continues despite ceasefire efforts

The Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan said hostilities continued overnight and accused Armenian forces of shelling Azerbaijan's Terter and Agdam regions in the morning.

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Actor Dominic West to play Prince Charles in 'The Crown'

In the last two seasons of Netflix's royal hit, which will be set in the 1990s and 2000s, West will star opposite Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana if he is cast.

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London gives Manchester till Tuesday to accept tier three lockdown

Leaders in Greater Manchester have accused the British government of trying to force them to agree to the strongest possible Covid-19 restrictions using “selective” hospital data, after London set a deal deadline for noon Tuesday.

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Alaska earthquake triggers Tsunami fear

According to the National Tsunami Warning Center, the quake was centered near Sand Point, a town of about 900 people off the Alaska Peninsula where wave levels topped 2 feet (0.61 meters) late Monday. Just over two hours after the quake hit, the warning was downgraded to an advisory.

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Thai police order investigation on social media over protests, bans Telegram

The announcement provoked anger from media groups and accusations by the government of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-Ocha, the former junta leader who the protesters are trying to drive from the office, of an assault on press freedom.

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Nokia chosen by NASA to build 4G network on the moon

The agency's new Artemis programme aims to establish a sustainable human presence on the moon within the next decade.

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Global coronavirus cases rises to 40 million

40,076,184 confirmed cases of the virus have been recorded by Johns Hopkins University, which collects COVID-19 reports from around the world.

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Worldwide coronavirus cases surpass 40 million

The novel coronavirus has crossed another grim milestone with the confirmed infections surpassing 40 million on Monday, according to an AFP tally compiled on official figures.

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Aggressive protesters take over Bangkok streets: PM ready for talk

Despite the arrest of dozens of protesters and their leaders, the use of water cannons, and shutdowns on much of Bangkok's metro rail system, demonstrations persisted in an effort to quench over three months of street action.

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At least 14 soldiers killed in Vietnamese landslide

The mudslide struck the barracks of a Vietnamese 4th Military Region unit in central Quang Tri province, the government said in a statement on its website. It occurred days after another landslide in the neighboring province of Thua Thien Hue killed 13 people, mostly soldiers.

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BREAKING: Armenia-Azerbaijan humanitarian truce breaks within an hour

On Sunday, Armenia and Azerbaijan accused each other of violating a new humanitarian ceasefire in the fight over the Nagorno-Karabakh mountain enclave, hours after it was agreed, reports Reuters.

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U.S denies Taliban's accusation of violation of pact of American airstrikes in Afghanistan

The renewed violence between the two sides raises questions about how long the landmark peace agreement between the United States and the Taliban, signed in February, will last. The agreement calls for a reduction in violence, but the Taliban have launched an aggressive military campaign in recent weeks in the province of Helmand.

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