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India forces journalists to sell border information to China

New Delhi police arrested journalist Sharma on charges of transferring sensitive information, including border issues, to Chinese intelligence for money.

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British Foreign Minister's bodyguard forgot the gun on the plane

David Kennewell 19 Sep 2020

A bodyguard for British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab was suspended from duty after leaving his gun on his flight back from the United States.

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An additional 19 Chinese military aircraft approached Taiwan

The Taiwan defense agency said 19 Chinese military aircraft, including fighters and bombers, approached the island for the second day in a row.

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The Iranian court ruled to "cut off the fingers" of three teenagers who had stolen

Mary Beaver 19 Sep 2020

Iran's Supreme Court sentenced the first instance of "beheading" to three teenagers who committed theft under strict Islamic criminal law in this country.

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The United States reversed the Covid-19 test guide

All people who have been in close contact with nCoV infections need to be tested, even if there are no symptoms, US health officials say.

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More than 30.6 million people are infected with COV worldwide

Sally Tanoshii 18 Sep 2020

The world recorded more than 30.6 million infected people, more than 955,000 people died of nCoV, as cases increased sharply again in Europe.

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The princess used to wrestle with 1,000 people to pick her husband

Mongolian princess Kublai Khan only accepted to marry her wrestler in the 13th century.

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TikTok vowed to fight Trump's 'repression'

Tracy Ross 18 Sep 2020

TikTok criticized the decision to ban the app in the US and vowed to oppose the Trump administration's "repressive behavior".

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Michelle Obama: 'Never ignore' what Trump does

Menk Maniz 18 Sep 2020

Michelle Obama said that people of color, she and her husband Barack Obama will never be able to ignore what's going on in the White House.

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South Korea asked Vietnam to increase the frequency of two-way flights

Katie Berry 18 Sep 2020

Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha proposed to increase bilateral commercial flights, when he officially visited Vietnam on September 17 and September 18.

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