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  • Coronavirus Toll Reaches 1,900 Worldwide
  • Afghan Security Forces Freed a Man Abducted from Dasht-e Abedan, Imam Sahib district, Kunduz
  • Netanyahu Corruption Trial Set to Open on March 17, Two Weeks After Presidential Election
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Retreating Monsoons in India Wreck Flood Havoc and other stories around the World. Al-Shabab Attacks Airbase Used by US Military and other stories across Africa~ VOA NEWS

Pakistan Suicide Bomb Attack

Police in Pakistan say a suicide bomber killed at least eight people and wounded more than a dozen others on February 17 at a radical Sunni Islamist rally in Quetta, the capital of Pakistan’s Balochistan Province. Quetta Police Chief Abdul Razzaq Cheema said the February 17 rally was being staged by dozens of Sunni Muslim followers of the radical Ahle Sunnat Wal Jammat (ASWJ) party..Shops throughout Pakistan’s southeastern city of Quetta were closed to protest against a lack of security after a suicide bombing killed at least 10 people and wounded dozens
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Kenya al Shabab Raids

Kenya launched an operation to flush out Al-Shabab terrorists from the northeast Boni Forest on the border with Somalia in 2015. The operation was meant to last a few months but – nearly five years later – security forces are still struggling to stamp out the Islamist militants. Villagers are afraid to venture into the forest and a deadly January attack on the county’s joint Kenya-US military base has highlighted ongoing insecurity
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Afghan Refugees

As Afghanistan grapples with the possibility of a peace deal, the future of millions of Afghan refugees also looks a little more hopeful. United Nations and other officials at a refugee conference in Pakistan warn that peace alone will not be enough to send them home
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India Economy Slowdown

India’s economic growth has plummeted to a decade low a sharp contrast to only a year ago when it was the world’s fastest growing major economy
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Dozens of protesters from across Kazakhstan gathered in the capital, Nur-Sultan, to protest against what say are “faulty mortgages” and “wrongful” court decisions by the courts…Kosovo marked the 12th anniversary of the country’s independence with a special theme for an important cultural and national icon
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