Friday 15th December, 2017

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Court In St. Peterburg Sentences Man Linked To Deadly Subway Attack Case

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A court in the Russian city of St. Peterburg has sentenced a Central Asian man arrested in connection with a high-profile April bombing that killed ...

Hundreds Protest Proposal To Merge Pakistani Tribal Areas With Khyber Province

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Hundreds of tribesmen on December 14 gathered in the Khyber tribal district to express their opposition to a proposal to merge Pakistan's tribal areas with ...

Charities Ordered Out Of Pakistan Warn Thousands Will Lose Life-Saving Aid

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International aid groups that have been ordered out of Pakistan say that hundreds of thousands of victims of violence and natural disasters might stop receiving ...

At Least Six Dead, 24 Wounded In Pakistani-Afghan Border Clashes

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At least 13 people have been killed and more than 80 others wounded in clashes between Afghan and Pakistani forces near the Chaman border crossing, ...

Tajik Police Fired For Failing To Lose Weight

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Tajikistan's Interior Ministry has dismissed 10 police officers for failing to lose weight.Ministry spokesman Umarjon Emomali told RFE/RL on May 4 that 100 more police ...

Turkmenistan's Top Prosecutor Fired For 'Failing To Fight Corruption'

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Turkmenistan's prosecutor-general has been dismissed for 'failing to fight corruption among law enforcement officers,' Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov said.Berdymukhammedov harshly cri

Tajikistan Cancels 'Immortal Regiment' March On Victory Day

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DUSHANBE -- Authorities in Tajikistan have decided not to go ahead with a march called the Immortal Regiment to mark the anniversary of the World ...

How visiting nurses help prevent child deaths in Kazakhstan

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KYZYLORDA, Kazakhstan, 14 December 2017 - Early spring seeps through grimy windows, lighting a small unkempt apartment. The place is so dirty that Bibinur begins ...

Pakistan Reports Rare Progress in Tense Ties With Afghanistan

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ISLAMABAD - Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed for the first time to place "liaison officers" at each other's military headquarters for better security coordination, ...

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