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Sudanese security forces fired tear gas during an anti-coup rally organized by a group of teachers. The incident took place at the start of a two-day civil disobedience call against last month’s military takeover. The Iranian military launched a major military exercise in the Gulf of Oman on Sunday, according to reports. The exercises called “Zolfaqar-1400” arrive a few days before the nuclear talks with the Western powers which are to begin on November 29th.

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Iran conducts military exercise ahead of nuclear talks

The Iranian military launched a major military exercise in the Gulf of Oman on Sunday, according to reports. The exercises called “Zolfaqar-1400” arrive a few days before the nuclear talks with the Western powers which are to begin on November 29th.

“No to military rule”: Sudanese security forces fire tear gas in anti-coup campaign led by teachers

Sudanese security forces fired tear gas during an anti-coup rally organized by a group of teachers.  The incident took place at the start of a two-day civil disobedience call against last month's military takeover.

Sudanese security forces fired tear gas during an anti-coup rally organized by a group of teachers. The incident took place at the start of a two-day civil disobedience call against last month’s military takeover.

New Zealand beat Afghanistan by 8 wickets to seal a place in T20 World Championship semi-finals, confirming India’s ouster

New Zealand entered the semi-finals of the ICC T20 Men's World Cup after beating Afghanistan by eight wickets on Sunday (November 7th) at Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi.  Pakistan have already qualified for the Group 2 semi-finals.

New Zealand entered the semi-finals of the ICC T20 Men’s World Cup after beating Afghanistan by eight wickets on Sunday (November 7th) at Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. Pakistan have already qualified for the Group 2 semi-finals.

Residents of Kabul worried about collapsing economy as winter approaches

Since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, the country has been fighting poverty.  Amid an economic crisis, residents of the Afghan capital Kabul have revealed they are worried as winter approaches.

Since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, the country has been fighting poverty. Amid an economic crisis, residents of the Afghan capital Kabul have revealed they are worried as winter approaches.

Pakistani court acquits 6 members of banned JuD group of Hafiz Saeed in terrorist financing case

Six members of the banned Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) terrorist organization, founded by Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) leader and mastermind of the 11/26 Bombay terrorist attack Hafiz Saeed, have been acquitted by a Pakistani court in a terrorist financing case.

Six members of the banned Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) terrorist organization, founded by Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) leader and mastermind of the 11/26 Bombay terrorist attack Hafiz Saeed, have been acquitted by a Pakistani court in a terrorist financing case.

Canadian brands cancel deal with Chinese supplier over use of North Korean forced labor

Canadian clothing company Reitmans recently canceled a contract with a Chinese supplier after a CBC News report showed it was using forced labor from North Korea.  It comes after a series of covert investigations by broadcaster CBC.

Canadian clothing company Reitmans recently canceled a contract with a Chinese supplier after a CBC News report showed it was using forced labor from North Korea. It comes after a series of covert investigations by broadcaster CBC.

Climate activists mock COP26 menu on meat and fish selection

Campaigners criticized the menu served at this year's UN climate summit in Glasgow.  It contains at least one item that has a significantly larger carbon footprint than the average UK meal.

Campaigners criticized the menu served at this year’s UN climate summit in Glasgow. It contains at least one item that has a significantly larger carbon footprint than the average UK meal.

Rare new species of tadpole-bearing frog discovered in Australia

A new species of frog has been discovered in the Gondwana Rainforest World Heritage Area in northern New South Wales.  It is one of only two in Australia, which are known to carry its tadpoles on its body.

A new species of frog has been discovered in the Gondwana Rainforest World Heritage Area in northern New South Wales. It is one of only two in Australia, which are known to carry its tadpoles on its body.

As COP26 enters its final week, Boris Johnson urges countries to ‘make bold compromises’

The COP26 summit has entered its final week and, while addressing world leaders, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged countries to "make the bold compromises and ambitious commitments needed."

The COP26 summit has entered its final week and, while addressing world leaders, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged countries to “make the bold compromises and ambitious commitments necessary”.

For non-Muslims, new personal status law introduced in Abu Dhabi

A new law has emerged in Abu Dhabi regarding family matters for non-Muslims, which include marriage, divorce and inheritance.

A new law has emerged in Abu Dhabi regarding family matters for non-Muslims, which include marriage, divorce and inheritance.


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