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Wednesday , October 28 2020


Crisis facing journalism covering COVID-19

BRUSSELS, April 30: Three in four journalists have faced official restrictions, obstruction or intimidation in reporting on COVID-19, according to a new survey of more …

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Religious freedom watchdog pitches adding India to blacklist

NEW YORK (AP) – The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom is urging that the State Department add India to its list of nations with …

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Oman to reopen some commercial activities

MUSCAT, April 28 (KUNA) — Oman announced Tuesday reopening of some commercial activities which were closed due to the novel coronavirus.A national committee tasked with …

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Indian Navy prepares its 3 largest warships to evacuate Indians stranded in Gulf

NEW DELHI, Apr 27: The Indian Navy has readied its 3 of its largest warships to move to Gulf to evacuate Indians stranded abroad. They …

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Saudi Arabia eases curfew during Ramadan, except for Makkah

RIYADH, April 26: Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud has ordered relaxation of the nationwide 24-hour coronavirus-related curfew during the holy month of Ramadan, except …

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Indian Govt blaming Muslims for coronavirus cases

Ruling party spreads false news and hatred against Muslims NEW DELHI, April 25, (AP): India’s government is blaming an Islamic missionary meeting for a surge …

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Migrant workers in Gulf Arab states find themselves trapped by ‘corona’

‘Honestly we’re not safe, it’s only God we have’ DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, April 25, (AP): Long a lifeline for families back home, migrant workers …

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24,530 infected in India with 780 deaths

NEW DELHI, April 25: Indian Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said on Saturday that COVID-19 outbreak has claimed 780 lives so far while the …

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1,172 new infection with 6 death from coronavirus in Saudi Arabia

RIYADH, April 24 (KUNA) — Saudi Arabia on Friday reported 1,172 new infections with the novel coronavirus (Covid-19), raising the total count to 15,102.The number …

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Duterte threatens martial law; more ship cases

BANGKOK (AP) – Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte angrily threatened to declare martial law after accusing communist rebels of killing two soldiers who were escorting food …

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