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05 October 2022

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Ukraine war, climate favourites for Nobel Peace Prize (5)
05 Oct 2022 03:51PM (Updated: 05 Oct 2022 03:55PM) Bookmark Bookmark Share WhatsApp Telegram Facebook Twitter Email LinkedIn OSLO: As speculation mounts ahead of Friday's (Oct 7) much-anticipated Nobel Peace Prize announcement, observers suggest the committee may sound the alarm over the war in Ukraine or climate change. Prize experts are split over who will get it. One camp thinks this year's award winner will be a critique of Russian
Pakistan's army chief meets with US defense secretary (7)
Posted: Oct 5, 2022 / 04:18 AM EDT Updated: Oct 5, 2022 / 04:18 AM EDT Posted: Oct 5, 2022 / 04:18 AM EDT Updated: Oct 5, 2022 / 04:18 AM EDT SHARE ISLAMABAD (AP) - Pakistan's powerful military chief met Wednesday in Washington with U.S.
UK minister Suella Braverman blames Leicester riots on new migrants (4)
PTI / Oct 5, 2022, 14:43 IST Leicester witnessed clashes involving many Hindu and Muslim groups last month (NYT) LONDON: Britain's Indian-origin home secretary, Suella Braverman, has blamed the recent "riots" in Leicester following an India-Pakistan cricket match on uncontrolled migration into the UK and the failure of newcomers to integrate. In her first speech since being appointed home minister at the Conservative
Amnesty: Creditors should provide debt relief to Sri Lanka (3)
The Associated Press October 5, 2022, 4:40 AM COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) - International creditors should provide debt relief to Sri Lanka to alleviate suffering as its people endure hunger, worsening poverty and shortages of basic supplies, Amnesty International said in a statement Wednesday. For months, Sri Lanka has been in the grip of a dire economic crisis and the country has defaulted on its foreign loans.
10 individuals designated as terrorists by home ministry (3)
New Delhi, Oct 4 (PTI) A total of 10 members of the Hizbul Mujahideen, Lashkar-e-Taiba and other proscribed outfits were on Tuesday designated as terrorists by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA). Those designated as terrorists include Habibullah Malik alias Sajid Jutt, a Pakistani national, Basit Ahmad Reshi, who hails from Jammu and Kashmir's
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