26
Eki 2021
Japan's Princess Mako marries boyfriend, loses royal status

Princess Mako of Japan's imperial family married her 'commoner” boyfriend on Tuesday, losing her royal status. Mako married her university sweetheart Kei Komuro, both 30, and Japan's Imperial Household Agency submitted the legal paperwork...

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26
Eki 2021
Germany slams Israeli settlement expansion

Germany on Tuesday lambasted ongoing Israeli settlement expansion in Palestinian-controlled territories and occupied Jerusalem, saying it is an obstacle to a two-state solution. "Very concerned by Israeli publication of tenders for the construction of more...

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26
Eki 2021
US, UK, Norway condemn dissolution of Sudan government by military

The governments of the US, UK, and Norway condemned on Tuesday the dissolution of the transitional government in Sudan and the declaration of a national state of emergency, as well as the detention of the country's prime minister. The three governments,...

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26
Eki 2021
Biden pledges $100M in US funding at ASEAN summit

The US will invest $100 million through a program to advance cooperation with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries, President Joe Biden said Tuesday. Speaking at a virtual US-ASEAN summit, Biden called the relationship between the...

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26
Eki 2021
Russia concerned over situation in Sudan, calls for restraint

Russia on Tuesday voiced concern about the situation in Sudan after a coup and called on the Sudanese sides to exercise restraint. 'We would like to see the situation in the country return to constitutional order as soon as possible. Of course, we call...

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26
Eki 2021
Supply chain issues pressure European industrial firms: Fitch

Global supply chain disruptions, longer shipping times and chip shortages are putting pressure on European industrial firms and their revenues, Fitch Ratings said in a statement on Tuesday. "The supply chain disruptions are resulting in longer lead times...

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26
Eki 2021
Top Chinese diplomat meets Taliban deputy head in Doha

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with the Taliban's deputy head, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, and other key officials for talks over the recent situation in Afghanistan in Qatar's capital Doha, official statements confirmed on Tuesday. According...

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26
Eki 2021
Turkish parliament extends troop deployment in Iraq, Syria for 2 years

Turkey's parliament on Tuesday ratified a motion extending authorization to launch cross-border anti-terrorist operations in northern Iraq and Syria for two more years. The ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party, Nationalist Movement Party (MHP),...

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26
Eki 2021
Sudan’s Hamdok held at house of military council head

Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok is held at the house of Sudan's ruling military council head, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, according to the Sudanese general. Addressing a press conference in Khartoum on Tuesday, al-Burhan said the army placed Hamdok in his...

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26
Eki 2021
Priest in France accused of sexual abuse of multiple minor scouts

French prosecutors on Monday opened an investigation into the alleged abuse by a priest of minor scouts after receiving letters by the victims. The incidents which took place from 1996-99 in the northeastern province of Reims became known after two of the...

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26
Eki 2021
Presidents of Turkey, Azerbaijan inaugurate Fuzuli International Airport

Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Azerbaijani counterpart on Tuesday jointly inaugurated a new airport in the area liberated from the Armenian occupation. Erdogan is the first head of state to land at Fuzuli International Airport, Azerbaijan's...

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25
Eki 2021
UN chief condemns Sudan coup, urges release of detainees

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres sharply denounced on Monday an ongoing coup in Sudan, urging the Sudanese military to "immediately" release detained politicians, including Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok. "I condemn the ongoing military coup in Sudan,"...

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25
Eki 2021
Uzbek president wins 2nd term in landslide victory

Shavkat Mirziyoyev has been re-elected as president of Uzbekistan, the country's election commission said Monday. Mirziyoyev, a candidate for the Liberal Democratic Party, received 80.1% of the vote, Zayniddin Nizamhocayev, chairman of the Central Election...

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25
Eki 2021
Pan African body 'dismayed' over situation in Sudan

African Union Commission head Moussa Faki Mahamat on Monday expressed "deep dismay" over the volatile political situation in Sudan. In a statement posted on the commission's Twitter account, Mahamat said he was alarmed at the developments which led to...

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25
Eki 2021
Germany reaffirms need for atomic deterrence against Russia

Rejecting criticism over statements by German Defense Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer on atomic deterrence vis-a-vis Russia, the German government reiterated 'the need to maintain a nuclear deterrence within the framework of NATO”. Speaking at...

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25
Eki 2021
UK petrol prices hit record high

The average daily price of petrol in the UK hit a record high of 142.94p per liter on Sunday, according to data published on Monday by RAC/Experian Catalyst. The figures are independent of the government, and the previous record was 142.48p in April 2012....

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25
Eki 2021
UK premier 'very worried' COP26 summit will not be a success

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told schoolchildren at an event in Downing Street on Monday that he was 'very worried” the COP26 summit would not be a success. The UN Climate Change Conference kicks off in Glasgow from Sunday. Johnson said: 'We...

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25
Eki 2021
Russia reports record-high COVID-19 cases

Russia on Monday reported a record-high number of coronavirus cases with 37,930 people testing positive for COVID-19 over the past day, taking the nationwide tally to 8.27 million. The active cases currently stand at 861,293, Russia's coronavirus emergency...

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25
Eki 2021
US, other countries announce compliance with Vienna Convention amid Kavala row

The embassies of the US and several other countries in Turkey announced on Monday that they abide by the Article 41 of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, which calls on the envoys not to interfere in the internal affairs of the states they serve...

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25
Eki 2021
Death toll from floods, landslides in northern India rises to 72

The death toll from flash floods and landslides in northern India last week has risen to 72, disaster authorities announced on Monday. Fresh information by the State Emergency Operation Center revealed that another 26 people were injured in the Himalayan...

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25
Eki 2021
Sudan general declares state of emergency, dissolves gov’t

The head of Sudan's ruling military council, Gen. Abdel-Fattah al-Burhan, declared a state of emergency and dissolved the transitional sovereign council and government. The move came hours after the military arrested Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok and...

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23
Eki 2021
Apple CEO Tim Cook announces opening of new store in Istanbul’s Bagdat Avenue

US tech firm Apple's CEO Tim Cook announced Friday the opening of a new store in Turkish metropolitan Istanbul's Bagdat Avenue. "Introducing Apple Bagdat Caddesi, our beautiful new store in Istanbul. We're glad to be a part of this vibrant...

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23
Eki 2021
Instructions given to declare 10 envoys persona non grata: Turkish president

The Turkish president said on Saturday that he instructed the foreign minister to declare 10 ambassadors persona non grata over their statement on the ongoing case of businessman Osman Kavala. The envoys who called for Kavala's release "should either...

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23
Eki 2021
Kyrgyzstan to purchase drones from Turkey, Russia: President

Kyrgyzstan's president said Saturday that his country will purchase unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) from both Turkey and Russia. "We're not buying drones to go to war with someone. We will buy drones to ensure the country's security," Sadyr...

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