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Invincible Defense Technology to put warring parties on path to peace

Longstanding divisive issues between Azerbaijan and Armenia resulting from or related to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict remain unresolved, despite continuing efforts ...

Ireland says 2022 will see increase of Ukrainian refugees to 60,000

DUBLIN, Ireland: Government officials have said they expect 60,000 Ukrainian refugees will be living in Ireland by the end of ...

Contrary to Vatican, Belgium bishops to allow gay marriages

BRUSSELS, Belgium: In defiance of a ruling against such practices by the Vatican's doctrinal office, Flemish Roman Catholic bishops have ...

Protesters in Moldova call for new government as inflation strikes

CHISNAU, Moldova: Thousands of people in Moldova protested against high inflation and fuel prices, as well as demanded the resignation ...

After Russian war in Ukraine, Airbus reports more helicopter orders

PARIS, France: Airbus Helicopters CEO Bruno Even has said that he expects new orders and deliveries to continue rising in ...

Irish Judge Siofra O'Leary elected president of Human Rights court

DUBLIN, Ireland: Judge Siofra O'Leary, age 53, will be the first woman to hold the position of president of the ...

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Invincible Defense Technology to put warring parties on path to peace

Longstanding divisive issues between Azerbaijan and Armenia resulting from or related to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict remain unresolved, despite continuing efforts ...

US to seek death penalty against alleged New York bike path killer

WASHINGTON D.C.: The U.S. government said it will seek the death penalty for Sayfullo Saipov, the man charged with running ...

Hong Kong expected to reduce strict COVID-19 quarantine policy

HONG KONG: To keep the city connected with the rest of the world, while ensuring an "orderly opening-up," Hong Kong ...

Ashraf Ghani still considers himself the legitimate Afghanistan president

In his first public and comprehensive interview after the collapse of the Afghan Government back in August last year, the ...

Don't touch foreigners to reduce monkeypox risk, says Chinese official

BEIJING, China: After the first known case of monkeypox was reported on mainland China last week, a senior Chinese health ...

U.S. traffic deaths hit 16-year high in first half of 2022

WASHINGTON D.C.: According to an early estimate released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), in the first half ...

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