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Macron claims Syrian fighters operating in Nagorno-Karabakh | Asia

Macron said he had evidence that ‘militants’ had traveled to Turkey’s Gaziantep city towards the conflict in the Caucasus. French President Emmanuel Macron said he was sure Syrian fighters were operating in Nagorno-Karabakh, where Armenia and Azerbaijan were fighting. Macron said he had evidence that fighters had traveled from Turkey’s Gaziantep city to the conflict in the South Caucasus, where …

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Holiday in China: Millions move for Golden Week

Hundreds of millions of people in China mark this year’s National Day holiday with gatherings and quick trips. National Day, which marks the founding of the People’s Republic of China, coincides with this year’s Mid Autumn Festival. An estimated 550 million people will travel indoors during the eight-day vacation referred to as “Golden Week”. It is estimated that 13 million …

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Japan’s ‘Twitter Killer’ has confessed to the murder, falling by 9

A Japanese sicko dubbed “Twitter Killer” pleaded guilty in court to killing and hacking nine people after he was found living in their body parts. Takahiro Shiraishi told a Tokyo court on Wednesday that the allegations that he lured most of the victims to his home via social media and then cut them off were “correct,” the Japan Times reported. …

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Belarus and Turkey are leading a Thorny Agenda at the EU Summit

BRUSSELS – European Union leaders meet on Thursday to try to eradicate the long-standing costs in Belarus, Turkey, the coronavirus recovery fund and the rule of law, a raft of related issues that will be complex enough are taken one by one. Sanctions in response to President Aleksandr G. Lukashenko’s crackdown on Belarus after the August 9 election defects will …

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Covid Tourist Force Spends ‘Golden Week’ Closer to Home

Along the Great Wall, extra security guards have been deployed to deter tourists. Hotel bookings in Lhasa, the capital of Tibet, rose 600 percent from the same period last year. In Wuhan, where the outbreak of the coronavirus began last year, visitor demand for the city’s Yellow Crane Tower was so high that the landmark was at the top of …

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The EU is moving to accuse the UK of Brexit violations

EU diplomats and policy makers have failed the British bill, viewing it as an almost absurd culmination of years of Brexit antics, threatening the Johnson government with undermining an agreement signed its less than a year ago and it has not yet fully taken effect. . The EU is now sending a “formal notice letter,” which could lead to a …

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