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UN Chief hopes Gaza ceasefire will lead to peace talks

UN Chief hopes Gaza ceasefire will lead to peace talks

27 Aug 2014

United Nations: UN Chief Ban Ki-moon has welcomed a long-term ceasefire between the Palestinians and Israel in Gaza and voiced hope that it will act as a ‘prelude’ to a political process aimed at achieving durable peace.

UN Chief,   Ban Ki-moon,   UN Secretary-General,   Gaza,   Israel,   Israel-Palestine conflict,   Gaza war,  
Marhama 'land scam' rocks Jammu and Kashmir assembly

Marhama 'land scam' rocks Jammu and Kashmir assembly

30 Aug 2014

Srinagar: The ruling National Conference (NC) and opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) members on Saturday engaged in a war of words in the Jammu and Kashmir assembly over the alleged Marhama land scam.

Srinagar,   National Conference,   NC,   Peoples Democratic Party,   PDP,   war of words,   Jammu and Kashmir assembly,   Marhama land scam,   Mubarak Ali,   Muftis,   Abdullahs,  
US skateboarder <strong>claims</strong> he captured 'Bigfoot' on video

US skateboarder claims he captured 'Bigfoot' on video

14 Aug 2014

London: A US skateboarder has recently claimed that he has captured the ‘mythical Bigfoot’ on a video, while skateboarding at Lake Tahoe.

US skateboarder,   Bigfoot,   mythical Bigfoot,   paranormal activities,   dark silhouette,  
UN Chief honours sacrifice of Indian soldiers in World <strong>War</strong> I

UN Chief honours sacrifice of Indian soldiers in World War I

14 Aug 2014

United Nations: UN Chief Ban Ki-moon at a commemorative event, honoured over a million Indian soldiers who fought in the World War I and released a photo book featuring war memorials from across the world, the book being authored by the Ambassador to the Permanent Mission of India to UN, Asoke Mukerji.

UN Chief,   Indian soldiers,   World War I,   Ban Ki-moon,   Mahatma Gandhi,   'Indian War Memorials,  
TDP, TMC lawmakers in tug of <strong>war</strong> over room at Parliament House

TDP, TMC lawmakers in tug of war over room at Parliament House

12 Aug 2014

New Delhi: A row has erupted between Trinamool Congress (TMC) and Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MPs over space in Parliament House with each side staking claim to a particular room.

TDP,   TMC,   Parliament,   room at Parliament House,   Sudip Bandopadhyaya,   Kalyan Banerjee,   Sultan Ahmed,  
UN names three-member panel to probe Gaza conflict <strong>war</strong> crimes

UN names three-member panel to probe Gaza conflict war crimes

12 Aug 2014

United Nations: The United Nations has named three experts as members of an independent inquiry commission that will probe possible human rights violations and war crimes committed, particularly in the Gaza Strip, during the recent conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians.

United Nations,   Gaza,   Israel,   Israel-Gaza war crimes,   Gaza Strip,   United Nations Human Rights Council,  
Modi arrives in Kargil, first PM to visit after 1999 <strong>war</strong>

Modi arrives in Kargil, first PM to visit after 1999 war

12 Aug 2014

Leh: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Leh on Tuesday on his maiden visit during which he inaugurated two hydro-power projects and laid the foundation stone for the 349-km Leh-Srinagar transmission line.

Narendra Modi,   Prime Minister,   Leh,   Kargil,   Leh-Srinagar transmission line,   BJP,   Bharatiya Janata Party,  
Pope makes strong, silent anti-abortion statement

Pope makes strong, silent anti-abortion statement

16 Aug 2014

Seoul: Pope Francis has generally avoided hot-button "culture war" issues like abortion, arguing that the church's doctrine on the sanctity of life is well-known and that he would rather emphasize other aspects of church teaching.

Seoul,   Pope Francis,   culture war,   abortion,   church's doctrine,   church teaching,  
First trucks from aid convoy to Ukraine cross back into Russia

First trucks from aid convoy to Ukraine cross back into Russia

23 Aug 2014

The first trucks from a Russian aid convoy started crossing back into Russia on Saturday after igniting a storm of anger in Western capitals a day earlier by driving into Ukraine without the permission of the government in Kiev.

Ukraine,   Russia,   Aid trucks,   Russia Ukraine war,   Ukraine rebels,   Russia government,  
Residents say airstrikes near militant-held Iraq dam, <strong>claims</strong> residents

Residents say airstrikes near militant-held Iraq dam, claims residents

16 Aug 2014

Irbil (Iraq): Residents living near Iraq's Mosul dam, held by the Islamic State group, say the area is being targeting in airstrikes.

Irbil,   Iraq,   residents,   Mosul dam,   Islamic State group,   airstrikes,   ISIS,  

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