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Algeria recalls ambassador to France as tensions rise

Algeria has recalled its ambassador to Paris, following comments by French President Emmanuel Macron. A statement from Algerian Presidency issued hours after the comments rejected the inadmissible interference in its affairs. The France has not denied the comments different media out let's attached to Macron.

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Algeria recalls ambassador to France as tensions rise

Algeria has recalled its ambassador to Paris, following comments by French President Emmanuel Macron. A statement from Algerian Presidency issued hours after the comments rejected the inadmissible interference in its affairs. The France has not denied the comments different media out let's attached to Macron.

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78 countries call for early implementation of UN anti-racism declaration

  ,,At the United Nations seventy-eight countries, including China have called for speeding up the implementation of the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action, putting an end to discrimination, racism and xenophobia. In a joint statement, on the occasion of 20th anniversary of the DDPA, these countries expressed deep alarm and reaffirmed the global fight against racial discrimination, xenophobia, intolerance,...

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Australian border to reopen for first time in pandemic

Australia will reopen its international border from next month, allowing vaccinated travellers into the country for the first time after 18 months. According to report, Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra are currently in lockdown due to outbreaks of the virus.

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North Korea fires unidentified projectile, criticizes US ‘hostile’ policy

North Korea fired an unidentified projectile towards the sea off its east coast on Tuesday. Japan's defence ministry said it appeared to be a ballistic missile. The announcement came just before North Korea's Ambassador to the United Nations Kim Song urged the United States to give up its hostile policy towards Pyongyang. He said no one can deny his country's...

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Germany’s Social Democratic Party wins most seats in elections

In Germany, Social Democrats have narrowly won the federal elections and have claimed a clear mandate to lead a government for the first time since 2005. The possible government of SDP will bring to an end 16 years of conservative-led rule under Angela Merkel. The SPD secured 25.7 percent of the vote, while the ruling conservative bloc gained 24.1 percent.

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Three killed, several injured as train derails in US

In the United States, at least three people have been killed and several others injured when a train derailed in the state of Montana. The rail operator Amtrak has confirmed the deaths and injuries to the people in the accident.

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UN Chief warns no region immune to climate disasters

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has warned that no region is immune to climate disasters, and that our window of opportunity to prevent the worst climate impacts is rapidly closing. Speaking in a UN Security Council debate on climate and security, he urged the G20 industrialized nations to step up and drive action before the UN Climate Conference in Glasgow,...

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UNGA adopts political declaration on fight against racism, Islamophobia and xenophobia

The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) has adopted a political declaration on fight against racism, Islamophobia and xenophobia. The declaration was adopted at a high-level meeting to mark the 20th anniversary of the adoption of the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action. It calls on all states, the UN system, international and regional organizations, inviting all relevant stakeholders to fully...

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Zabiullah admires PM Imran’s efforts for peace in Afghanistan

Taliban Spokesperson Zabiullah Mujahid has admired Prime Minister Imran Khan's efforts for peace, stability and inclusive government in Afghanistan. Addressing a news conference in Kabul on Tuesday, he said we do not see the positive statements of Prime Minister Imran Khan as interference in the internal matters of Afghanistan. He said Pakistan, Qatar and China are playing active role for...

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GCC stresses importance of int’l efforts for achieving political solution in Yemen

The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) for Arab States has stressed the importance of supporting international and regional efforts to reach the political solution in Yemen. Secretary-General of GCC, Dr. Nayef Falah Mubarak Al-Hajraf said this during his meeting in Riyadh with UN Special Envoy for Yemen Hans Grundberg. They reviewed the latest developments of the situation in Yemen and urged...

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Dialogue with Taliban is absolutely essential: António Guterres

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has said that dialogue with Taliban is absolutely essential. Addressing a press conference ahead of the 76th session of UN General Assembly in New York, he said the United Nations wants Afghanistan to play a constructive role in international relations. He said we want the Government of Afghanistan to be an inclusive government, representing different...

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US honors 9/11 dead on 20th anniversary of attacks

America marks the 20th anniversary of 9/11 Saturday with solemn ceremonies given added poignancy by the recent chaotic withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan and return to power of the Taliban. The memorials come with US troops finally gone from Afghanistan, but national discord -- and for President Joe Biden, political peril -- are overshadowing any sense of closure. At New...

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US, Chinese Presidents discuss economic issues

The United States and Chinese leadership have discussed strategic communication and exchanges on China-U.S. relations and issues of mutual interest. According to a White House statement, U.S. President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping in their telephonic conversation focused on economic issues, climate change and COVID-19. The statement said President Biden underscored the United States' enduring interest in peace,...

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Over hundred protesters injured in Palestine clashes

In Palestine, over hundred protesters have been injured in clashes with Israeli soldiers near Nablus city of West Bank. In a statement, the Palestinian Red Crescent Society said the protests broke out in Beita, Huwara and other areas in the West Bank against the tightened measures that had been taken against thousands of Palestinians imprisoned in Israeli jails.

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Saudi lifts travel ban on UAE, South Africa, Argentina

Saudi Arabia has lifted ban on its travel restrictions to and from the UAE, South Africa and Argentina. The travel ban was originally imposed to curb the spread of COVID-19, amid a surge in cases of the delta variant of the coronavirus.

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Palestine calls on Israel to present peace program to realize two-state solution

Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammed Ishtaye has called on the Israeli government to present a peace road map about "two-state solution" on 1967 borders. Addressing the Palestinian cabinet, he said plan proposed by Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett to restrict the conflict is nothing more than throwing dust in the eyes of the international community. Palestinian Prime Minister said reducing the...

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