Wednesday 24th May, 2017

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Militant attack on Afghanistan army base kills 10 soldiers

PanARMENIAN.Net - At least 10 Afghan soldiers were killed when militants attacked their army base in the southern province of Kandahar, the defence ministry said Tuesday, May 23, in the latest attack ...

Taliban kills 11 Afghan soldiers in attack on military base

Kabul [Afghanistan], May 23 (ANI): At least 11 Afghan soldiers were killed and nine others injured in a Taliban attack on a military base in Shah Wali Kot district of Kandahar province of Afghanistan. ...

Number of Refugees in Bulgaria has Decreased Significantly

In the past six months, the number of refugees and migrants in Bulgaria has decreased significantly, according to Interior Ministry figures cited by the Independent Balkan News Agency.By May 18 2017 ...

Supporting refugee researchers fleeing from conflict and war

22 May 2017Science organisations, universities and policymakers should undertake broad efforts to identify research professionals among millions of war refugees and assure that they can get back to w ...

Iran Continues Deporting Undocumented Afghan Refugees

Nearly 130,000 undocumented Afghan refugees have been forced by the Iranian government to go home this year, heading to an uncertain future with the resurgent Taliban now holding more than 40 percent ...

Afghan police shoot dead gunmen who stormed bank

Kabul - Three people were killed and 30 others injured on Saturday when gunmen stormed New Kabul Bank's branch in eastern Paktia province, according to provincial officials.General Toryalai Abdyani, ...

German Aid Worker, Afghan Security Guard Killed in Kabul

ISLAMABAD - Unknown gunmen killed a German aid worker and her Afghan security guard in Kabul before taking away a Finnish woman in an apparent kidnapping.The overnight violence took place outside a ...

No bilateral meet between Trump-Sharif at Saudi Summit

Washington [U.S.], May 22 (ANI): United States (U.S.) President Donald Trump did not schedule a meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, even as he met Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani and ...

'Viewing Afghan conflict through Indo-Pak rivalry lens misconceived'

Viewing the Afghan conflict through the lens of Indo-Pak rivalry was misconceived, a top American think-tank has said, amidst reports that the Trump administration was in the final stages o ...

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Facebook doesn't want to censor people in distress, so live-streaming self-harm attempts are okay

CALIFORNIA, U.S. - A shocking set of leaks reported by The Guardian have revealed how Facebook Inc moderates issues such as hate speech, terrorism, pornography and self-harm on its platform.

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