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Kishida elected as LDP president, set to become Japan’s new PM

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On Wednesday, the Liberal Democratic Party chose Fumio Kishida as its 27th president. In an extraordinary Diet session scheduled for Oct. 4, Kishida, 64, will be named prime minister. His term as the party’s president will end on September 30, 2024. In a runoff, the […]

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A WAVE THAT’S WINNING HEARTS

Alongwith Pandemic, Another wave has taken the world by storm and influenced the people all over the world. The Hallyu Wave today is well-known, well-recognized, and well-accepted by almost everyone, regardless of whether they are a part of it or not. The Hallyu wave is […]

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Another failure of Biden administration: Kabul drone strike that killed 10 was ‘a mistake’ says Central Command head

The Pentagon has now revealed that a reckless drone strike killed an innocent humanitarian worker and seven children, highlighting the Biden administration’s egregious intelligence failure. When contrasted to previous reporting on how relief worker Zemari Ahmadi spent his day in Kabul on August 29, a […]

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Change of power in Afghanistan not inclusive: PM Modi at SCO summit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi virtually led the Indian team to the yearly Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) session in Dushanbe, Tajikistan’s capital. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday that recent changes in Afghanistan will have the largest impact on neighbouring nations like India, and that […]

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New Zealand’s economy surges in Q2 at a much faster pace than expected

Officials stated on Thursday that New Zealand’s economy grew at a considerably quicker rate than predicted in the second quarter, confirming expectations that the central bank will begin hiking interest rates despite a recent coronavirus outbreak. Statistics New Zealand said that GDP increased by 2.8 […]

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Biden Appears To Forget Australian PM’s Name, calls “Fellow Down Under”

On Thursday, Australians squirmed as US President Joe Biden greeted Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull for joining a huge new defence alliance, but seemed to forget his name.Prime Minister Scott Morrison was initially referred to as “that fellow Down Under” rather than being recognised by name […]

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Macau Election Flops after Historic Low Voter Turnout

Voter turnout for Macau’s legislative election plunged to a record low after most opposition hopefuls were disqualified, an ominous signal as officials in nearby Hong Kong prepare for year-end polls on similar terms. According to preliminary data from the Macau Electoral Affairs Commission on Monday, […]

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North Korea missile test poses ‘threats’ to neighbours says Pentagon

The US military stated on Sunday (September 12) that North Korea’s weekend missile launches presented “threats” to the country’s neighbours and beyond. “This activity demonstrates DPRK’s continued dedication on expanding its military programme and the challenges it poses to its neighbours and the world community,” […]

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Taiwan warns Honduras against ‘flashy, false’ China promises, says China using Honduras election to ‘create controversy’

Taiwan warned Honduras on Monday against “flashy and false” promises by China after the Latin American nation’s main opposition party vowed to switch diplomatic recognition to Beijing. Honduran presidential candidate Xiomara Castro earlier said she would “immediately open diplomatic and commercial relations with mainland China” […]

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Growing anti-Beijing sentiment adds in South Koreans ahead of Wang Yi visit

“The Sacrifice,” a Chinese film, depicts Chinese soldiers attempting to repair a bridge while under fire from South Korean and American troops during one of the most difficult periods of the Korean War. The film was a tremendous blockbuster in China when it was released […]

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