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World powers rush to offer Turkey, Syria aid over quake

World powers rush to offer Turkey, Syria aid over quake

Countries around the world have mobilised rapidly to send aid and rescue workers after a massive earthquake killed more than 6,200 people in Turkey and Syria. The EU has mobilised 27 search and rescue and medical teams from 19 countries to help Turkey. They involve over 1,150 rescuers and 70 rescue dogs, EU crisis management...

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Deadly earthquake exacerbates suffering of displaced Syrians

Deadly earthquake exacerbates suffering of displaced Syrians

Share: A steady stream of injured flowed into an overwhelmed hospital in the town of Darkush, in rebel-held northwestern Syria on Monday, after a deadly earthquake struck the region. Mothers hovered over crying children. Amid the chaos, one man sat with a dazed expression, his face covered with abrasions. The man, Osama Abdul Hamid, barely...

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Rallies held across Europe on ‘Kashmir Solidarity Day’

Rallies held across Europe on ‘Kashmir Solidarity Day’

The call for ending atrocities in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) reverberated across the UK and the rest of Europe, as the world observed ‘Kashmir Solidarity Day’ on Sunday. Tehreek-e-Kashmir (TeK) UK and Europe jointly held rallies, conferences and digital campaigns in Oslo, London, Barcelona, Copenhagen, Glasgow, Luton, Birmingham, Dundee, Nelson, Edinburgh, Manchester,...

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Alleged Daesh ‘Beatle’ to go on trial in UK

Alleged Daesh ‘Beatle’ to go on trial in UK

An alleged member of Daesh’s “Beatles” kidnap-and-murder cell will face trial in the UK this month on terrorism charges, a judge said on Monday. Aine Davis is accused of belonging to the notorious group of hostage-takers, who grew up and were radicalized in London. Active in Syria from 2012 to 2015, they were allegedly involved...

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Huge earthquake kills more than 2,600 in Turkiye and Syria, bad weather worsens plight

Huge earthquake kills more than 2,600 in Turkiye and Syria, bad weather worsens plight

A huge earthquake killed more than 2,600 people and injured thousands more on Monday in Turkiye and northwest Syria, flattening apartment blocks and heaping more destruction on Syrian cities already devastated by years of war. The magnitude 7.8 quake brought down whole apartment blocks in Turkish cities and piled more devastation on millions of Syrians...

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Huge earthquake kills more than 2,200 in Turkiye and Syria, bad weather worsens plight

Huge earthquake kills more than 2,200 in Turkiye and Syria, bad weather worsens plight

A huge earthquake killed more than 2,200 people and injured thousands more on Monday in Turkiye and northwest Syria, flattening apartment blocks and heaping more destruction on Syrian cities already devastated by years of war. The magnitude 7.8 quake, which hit before sunrise in bitter winter weather, was the worst to strike Turkiye this century....

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Wawrinka seals shock win for Swiss, USA sweep Uzbekistan in Davis Cup – Daily Times

Wawrinka seals shock win for Swiss, USA sweep Uzbekistan in Davis Cup – Daily Times

PARIS: Three-time Grand Slam winner Stan Wawrinka rolled back the clock to secure a thrilling win for Switzerland over Germany in their Davis Cup qualifier on Saturday. The 37-year-old, part of the Swiss 2014 Davis Cup winning team but who had not played in the event since 2015, beat Daniel Altmaier 6-3 5-7 6-4 to...

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Telenor Pakistan in CY22

Telenor Pakistan in CY22

Signifying a challenging operating environment for telecom operators, one of the country’s leading mobile network operators (MNOs) posted a large operating loss in the year that ended December 31, 2022. As per its parent’s latest financial report, Telenor Pakistan incurred nearly Rs22 billion in operating loss during CY22, compared to a healthy operating profit of...