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Ballistic missile suddenly passed over Japan, North Korea tested it for the 5th time in 10 days

The people of Japan saw a ballistic missile passing over their country on Tuesday morning, after which there was a stir. Sirens started sounding and people were appealed to hide. This missile was left by North Korea, which fell into the Pacific Ocean while crossing Japan. South Korea also objected to this. There was a stir in …

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MitoBoost Reviews: Best Fat Burning Supplement in 2021

In case you’re suffering from a significant weight gaining issue, then taking the right medicine or supplement will surely deliver you a decent result. How Does Mitoboost help you? People often ask this question to us about the therapeutic efficiency and pharmacological action of this medicinal agent. All the rated values and others will bring …

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Canada: No sabotage occurred in Shri Bhagavad Geeta Park, Canada, police say

Amidst increasing cases of hate crime in Canada, there was news of vandalism at Sri Bhagavad Gita Park in Brampton, after which the Indian High Commission issued a statement condemning it. The police have clarified that there was no vandalism in the park. The park was recently inaugurated. The case of vandalism in the Bhagavad Gita …

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129 killed in stampede after violence during football match in Indonesia

Special things There was an incident of violence and stampede during a football match in Indonesia on Saturday night. During the match between Arema FC and Persebaya Surabaya, fans of Arema FC came on the field after seeing the defeat of Arema FC. During this there was an incident of violence and stampede in which …

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‘NATO won’t let countries take over an inch of land’, Joe Biden warns Putin

President Vladimir Putin on Friday evening (Indian time) declared the four occupied areas of Ukraine as a formal part of Russia. In an event held in the Kremlin, he signed the official document for the inclusion of Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhia, Kherson in his country. US President Joe Biden has once again warned Russia. He has …

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Afghanistan: Massive explosion in Kabul, 32 killed; 40 injured

Explosion in Kabul: Kaj Educational Center was targeted in Kabul, Afghanistan. 32 people died in the Kabul bombing. pic.twitter.com/KdOZE2R1So — Afghan Peace Watch (@APWORG) September 30, 2022   Kabul Blast: In Kabul (Kabul), the capital of Afghanistan, there was a big blast today (Friday) in the morning, in which 32 people died. At the same time, 40 …

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Crown Prince MBS becomes New PM of Saudi Arabia, will Islamic country change now?

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has been made the new Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia. The Saudi Crown Prince will succeed his father King Salman Al Saud to become the Prime Minister. This sudden decision in Saudi Arabia has shocked everyone. However, for now, King Salman will continue to preside over all the meetings. Saudi Arabia’s …

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Iran’s Hijab Protest spreading to other Muslim countries, women took to the streets in Syria, demonstrations in Europe too

Anti-hijab protests are taking place in Iran for the 11th consecutive day since the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini. But now the heat of this anti-hijab has reached other Muslim countries as well. Apart from this, demonstrations are being held in many European countries against the hijab. Demonstrations in support of Mahsa Amini and against Hijab …

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