1 Indian Soldier, 4 Rebels Killed In Gunbattles in Kashmir 1 234 567

1 Indian Soldier, 4 Rebels Killed In Gunbattles in Kashmir

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At least one paramilitary soldier and four suspected rebels were killed in a series of gunbattles in Indian-controlled Kashmir despite a security lockdown in the disputed region Monday as India celebrated the anniversary of its independence from British rule. Ten government troops were also wounded. The Himalayan region has been under curfew for almost six weeks since the largest street protests in years erupted after Indian troops killed a top rebel leader, and security was tightened...

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30th anniversary of the first meeting of the Polish Episcopate and the Synod of the 1 234 567

30th anniversary of the first meeting of the Polish Episcopate and the Synod of the

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Non-Islamic Men in the UK Face Verbal, Physical Abuse Just for 'Looking Muslim' 1 234 567

Non-Islamic Men in the UK Face Verbal, Physical Abuse Just for 'Looking Muslim'

A new study presented at the House of Commons during Hate Crime Awareness Week has revealed that non-Muslim men...

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Could Iran Be Big Winner in Kirkuk Dispute? 1 234 567

Could Iran Be Big Winner in Kirkuk Dispute?

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Ukraine's An-124 becomes rescue for disaster-affected countries 1 234 567

Ukraine's An-124 becomes rescue for disaster-affected countries

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State Department: Kirkuk Crisis 'Not Over by Any means' 1 234 567

State Department: Kirkuk Crisis 'Not Over by Any means'

Iraq's military said Wednesday its forces recaptured control of more areas from Kurdish fighters, including the Mosul Dam, after carrying out an operation to reclaim the city of Kirkuk and oil fields in the northern part of the country. The military s

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