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Iran's President Death
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Iran’s President Death

IRAN’S PRESIDENT DEATH Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi and Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian died in a helicopter crash on Sunday. This is how Iran’s political system works, and what the fallout

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Vishing
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Vishing

VISHING Vishing = Voice + Phishing Voice = A voice call is received. The person on the call pretends to be someone in the authority (from a govt department, or

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IMD Heat Wave Alert For North India
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IMD Heat Wave Alert For North India

IMD HEAT WAVE ALERT FOR NORTH INDIA The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a red alert for heatwaves in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, and most parts of Western Rajasthan for Sunday

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XI-PUTIN MEETING
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XI-PUTIN MEETING

XI-PUTIN MEETING Presidents Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping met at the historic Great Hall of the People, seat of power of the Chinese Communist Party, on Thursday (May 16), where

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UNESCO's Memory Of The World's Regional Register
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UNESCO’s Memory Of The World’s Regional Register

UNESCO’S MEMORY OF THE WORLD’S REGIONAL REGISTER Three Indian literary works: Ramcharitmanas Panchatantra, and Sahṛdayaloka-Locana Were added to UNESCO’s Memory of the World Asia-Pacific Regional Register during the tenth meeting

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Nakba Day
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Nakba Day

NAKBA DAY On May 15, every year, Palestinians mark the Nakba (“catastrophe” in Arabic), referring to the displacement of thousands of Palestinians, and the near-total destruction of Palestinian society in

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