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Pakistan issued sweeping financial sanctions against Afghanistan’s Taliban, just as the militant group is in the midst of U.S.-led peace process in the neighboring country.

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‘Attempt to spoil a peace deal’: Taliban spokesman says ‘Russian bounties’ story is fake news. A Taliban official has dismissed as fake and a byproduct of US political infighting the sensational New York Times report claiming Russia had paid it to kill US troops in Afghanistan, in a segment on RT’s show Going Underground.

Indian & Chinese troops disengaging on border as agreed – Beijing’s ambassador

China’s ambassador to India said on Friday that Chinese and Indian frontline troops are disengaging in accordance with an agreement reached by military commanders, AP reports. The development follows a clash last month that left at least 20 soldiers dead in the Galwan Valley.

Reports of 40 Chinese casualties in border clash with India are ‘fake news’ – Chinese Foreign Ministry. The diplomat was apparently taking a swipe at V.K. Singh, the Indian minister for roads and transport, who said last week that at least 40 Chinese troops died during a confrontation in the heavily disputed Himalayan valley of Galwan.

20 Indian soldiers killed in clash with Chinese troops in border area, Army says

Amphan: Kolkata devastated as cyclone leaves scores dead. The eastern Indian city of Kolkata has been devastated by a powerful cyclone which has killed at least 84 people across India and Bangladesh.

Shenzhen becomes first Chinese city to ban eating cats and dogs. Shenzhen has become the first Chinese city to ban the sale and consumption of dog and cat meat.

Saarc backs Pakistan proposal for health ministers’ video conference. South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) secretary general Esala Ruwan Weerakoon on Thursday backed Pakistan’s proposal for a video conference of the health ministers of the eight-member regional bloc on the Covid-19 pandemic.

US-Iran relations: A brief history. From the CIA-orchestrated overthrow of Iran's prime minister in 1953, to tension and confrontation under President Trump, a look back over more than 65 years of tricky relations between Iran and the US.

Indonesia picks Borneo island as site of new capital. The current capital, Jakarta, home to more than 10 million people, sits on swampy land

India Humiliated in Eastern Laddakh

Sri Lanka and China over Hambantota

Tajikistan passes law 'to stop Muslim women wearing hijabs' Legislation requiring people to "stick to traditional national clothes and culture" has been introduced in Tajikistan - a move widely interpreted as an attempt to stop women from wearing Islamic clothing.

Communal unrest in China's Xinjiang province - a brief background & history.


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