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IS releases 19 abducted Christian Assyrians

IS releases 19 abducted Christian Assyrians

02 Mar 2015

Damascus: The Islamic State (IS) militants on Sunday released 19 Christian Assyrians they had kidnapped last month, a monitoring group reported.

Islamic State,   IS militants,   Christian Assyrians,   Syrian Observatory for Human Rights ,  
Women team sets off for unique camel safari <strong>along</strong> Pakistan <strong>border</strong>

Women team sets off for unique camel safari along Pakistan border

25 Feb 2015

New Delhi: A contingent of over two dozen women, including border guarding 'mahila' troops of BSF, have embarked on a maiden 2,300-km camel safari along India's international border with Pakistan.

BSF,   Border Security Force,   All Women Camel Safari,   Bhuj,   BSF Headquarters,   camel safari,  
IS to release 29 Assyrian Christians abducted in Syria

IS to release 29 Assyrian Christians abducted in Syria

01 Mar 2015

Damascus: Islamic State (IS) has decided to release 29 Assyrian Christians, who were part of over 200 members of the community kidnapped by the radical group earlier this week, a group monitoring the Syrian war said  on Saturday.

Islamic State,   Assyrian Christians,   Syria,   Syrian War,   Tal Tamr ,  
Syria <strong>refugee</strong> crisis nears 'dangerous turning point': UN

Syria refugee crisis nears 'dangerous turning point': UN

27 Feb 2015

United Nations: Syria's refugee crisis is approaching a "dangerous turning point" as nearly four million Syrians face worsening living conditions in exile, the UN refugee Chief has warned.

Syria refugee crisis,   UN,   UN refugee Chief,   UN High Commissioner,   UN secretary general,  
Budget focuses on road network on borders with China, Pakistan

Budget focuses on road network on borders with China, Pakistan

28 Feb 2015

New Delhi: NDA government has in its infrastructure development initiatives focused on connecting with all weather roads along borders with nearly 100 percent increase in allocation for construction of roads along Sino-India and Indo-Pak boundaries.

Union Budget 2015,   Budget 2015,   Union Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   Budget Session 2015,   Indian economy,   road network,   China border,   Pakistan border,  
Pakistan Rangers violate ceasefire, target BoP in RS Pura

Pakistan Rangers violate ceasefire, target BoP in RS Pura

27 Feb 2015

Jammu: After a week-long lull in firing from across the International Border (IB), Pakistani Rangers tonight violated the ceasefire and targeted a Border-out-Post (BoP) in the R S Pura sector of Jammu.

Pakistan Rangers,   Ceasefire violation,   Jammu ceasefire,   Border outposts,   International Border,   Indian Army,  
French PM slams MPs for meeting <strong>Syrian</strong> President Assad, calls him 'butcher'

French PM slams MPs for meeting Syrian President Assad, calls him 'butcher'

26 Feb 2015

Paris: France's Prime Minister Manuel Valls on Thursday  said that he "condemned with the greatest strength" a decision by three French lawmakers to meet with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, whom he described as "a butcher".

French PM,   Syrian President,   Bashar al-Assad,   Manuel Valls,  
India upgrading defence infrastructure <strong>along</strong> China <strong>border</strong>

India upgrading defence infrastructure along China border

08 Feb 2015

Agartala: India is working on upgrading its defence infrastructure along its border with China in the northeastern region, Defence Secretary RK Mathur said.

India defence infrastructure,   India China border,   Defence Ministry,   Modi government,   India China relations ,  
More than 300 migrants die trying to reach Italy: UN

More than 300 migrants die trying to reach Italy: UN

11 Feb 2015

ROME: More than 300 people probably died this week after attempting to reach Italy from Libya on four separate boats in stormy weather, the U.N. refugee agency said on Wednesday after speaking to a handful of survivors.

Italy Libya border,   Stormy weather,   UN refugee agency,   Boat mishap,   Migrants boat,  
Modi's Arunachal trip could 'add fuel' to territorial dispute: Chinese daily

Modi's Arunachal trip could 'add fuel' to territorial dispute: Chinese daily

27 Feb 2015

Beijing: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent visit to Arunachal Pradesh could "add fuel" to the territorial dispute and make it difficult to resolve the vexed boundary issue, a Chinese state-run daily said.

Narendra Modi,   Modi Arunachal Pradesh,   Modi Arunachal visit,   Territorial dispute,   India China border issue,  

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