Category: Current Affairs

Turkish Parliament

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Ankara, 18 July 2024 (Anadolu News) The Turkish parliament on Thursday passed a resolution regarding the 50th anniversary of the Cyprus Peace Operation. In a resolution, the Turkish parliament said: “Northern Cyprus can no longer be delayed in taking its rightful place as an independent and sovereign member of the international community.” “We ... Read More
July 18, 2024M Ashraf Siddiqui
Anadolu News 09 July 2024

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Istanbul, Turkey, 09 July 2024 (Anadolu News/UNFPA) World Population Touches 08.04 billion Top Ten Most Populated Countries India                               1428             million China                             1425  ... Read More
July 10, 2024M Ashraf Siddiqui
Keir Starmer, a 61-year-old

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London, 08 July 2024 (Anadolu) Keir Starmer, a 61-year-old London-born centrist politician, has navigated an illustrious path from the courtroom to the corridors of Westminster. Raised in a working-class family, Starmer’s early life was marked by a commitment to education and public service. He attended the Reigate Grammar School before studying law ... Read More
July 8, 2024M Ashraf Siddiqui
HE Hassan Kazem Qomi (left) and Ashraf Siddiqui

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Jul2024
Doha, 02 July 2024 By Ashraf Siddiqui Special Envoy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Hassan Kazem Qomi has stressed the need for international support to help the Afghan Interim government overcome challenges related to terrorism, narcotics, stability, peace, and development. Speaking exclusively with Editor, http//www.asiantelegraphqatar.com at the recently concluded 3rd UN meeting ... Read More
July 5, 2024M Ashraf Siddiqui
Gen Syed Asim Munir, COAS presided over 265th Corps Commanders’ Conference 05 July 2024

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Rawalpindi, Pakistan 05 July 2024 (ISPR) The 265th Corps Commander forum underscored that onslaught of politically motivated digital terrorism, unleashed by conspirators, duly abetted by their foreign cohorts against state institutions is meant to induce despondency in the nation and sow discord through peddling of blatant lies, fake news and propaganda. ... Read More
July 5, 2024M Ashraf Siddiqui

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Ankara, Turkey, 22 June 2024 (Anadolu News) The streets of Tokyo on Saturday saw the carnage from an apparent massacre, with the bodies of dozens of victims strewn across the ground, their bodies lying prone or twisted, many of them marked by the signs of blood. But it was instead a “die-in,” ... Read More
June 22, 2024M Ashraf Siddiqui

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Pyongyang, 20 June 2024 (Tass News) The Korean Central News agency (KCNA) has released the text of the North Korean-Russian treaty on comprehensive strategic partnership that was signed during Russian President Vladimir Putin’s state visit to that country. The key Provisions of Open-ended Treaty: Immediate mutual assistance in case of aggression against any ... Read More
June 19, 2024M Ashraf Siddiqui

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Athens, 14 June 2024 (Anadolu News) The G7 leaders on Friday announced they are united in supporting an “immediate cease-fire” in the Gaza Strip. “We are united in supporting the comprehensive deal that has been put forward, that would lead to an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, the release of all hostages, and ... Read More
June 14, 2024M Ashraf Siddiqui

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Borgo Egnazia, Apulia, Italy, 14 June 2024 (European Union Council) The G7 50th summit hosted by this year's Italian G7 presidency took place in Borgo Egnazia, Apulia, Italy from 13-15 June 2024. The EU was represented by the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, and the President of the European Commission, Ursula ... Read More
June 14, 2024M Ashraf Siddiqui

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Doha, 12 June 2024 Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of State of Qatar, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al-Thani affirmed Qatar's commitment to bridging the gap and bringing parties together to achieve a ceasefire in Gaza, the release of all prisoners and hostages. During a joint press conference with ... Read More
June 12, 2024M Ashraf Siddiqui