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US wants to 'avoid a militarisation' of the Arctic: Blinken

By AFP 3 hours ago
REYKJAVIK: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Tuesday that Washington wanted to avoid a military build-up in the Arctic, a day after Russia defended its military activities in the strategic region.
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EU probes Facebook's Kustomer buyout over data concern
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Over 50 missing after boat from Libya sinks
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24 dead, dozens missing as cyclone batters Covid-stricken India
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US wants to 'avoid a militarisation' of the Arctic: Blinken
EU probes Facebook's Kustomer buyout over data concern
Over 50 missing after boat from Libya sinks
24 dead, dozens missing as cyclone batters Covid-stricken India
Duterte bans Philippines ministers from speaking on S. China Sea
MANILA: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has banned his cabinet from speaking out in public on the South China Sea dispute, after key ministers engaged in a war of words with Beijing.
No respite in Gaza from Israeli strikes
GAZA CITY, Palestinian Territories: The UN Security Council was due to hold an emergency meeting Tuesday amid a flurry of urgent diplomacy aimed at stemming hostilities between Israel and Palestinian groups that have left over 200 dead.
127 missing after vessel sinks in India cyclone
MUMBAI: Some 127 people were missing Tuesday after a vessel adrift off Mumbai’s coast sank during Cyclone Tauktae, the Indian navy said as two ships and helicopters were deployed to assist in the search.
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Japan Supreme Court rules in favour of 500 plaintiffs
Six crew on Norwegian ship infected with Covid-19
Wife of Belgian ambassador to S. Korea uses diplomatic immunity to avoid probe
Meat and frozen meat containers from India released
Vaccinations in Phuket to be expedited for tourism reopening
THAILAND is gearing up to start Covid-19 vaccinations in Phuket to expedite its planned reopening to tourism in July.
Vaccination drive picks up as more vaccines arrive in the Philippines
THE government's Covid-19 vaccination drive is picking up pace as more shipments of the vaccine arrive.
Family of e-sports star sues Thai government over Covid-19 death
THE family of an e-sports player who died of Covid-19 is suing the prime minister and others for 4.5 million baht (RM591,000) over his death.