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Damascus bombings: Dozens of Iraqi pilgrims killed

Damascus bombings: Dozens of Iraqi pilgrims killed

New York [U.S.], Mar. 12 : At least 40 Iraqi Shiite pilgrims were killed and around 120 were injured in the twin blasts that rocked in Damascus, Syria, said Iraq's Foreign Ministry.

Indian partnership important for 'growing America': Jaishankar on H1B visa

Indian partnership important for 'growing America': Jaishankar on H1B visa

Washington D. C. [USA], Mar. 4 : Indian Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar, presently on a U. S.

S. Jaishankar meets U.S. NSA Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster

S. Jaishankar meets U.S. NSA Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster

Washington D. C. [U. S. A.], Mar. 2 : As a part of his four-day visit to the United States, Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar on Wednesday met U. S. National Security Advisor Lt. Gen. H. R.

Facebook could have led to Kim Jong Nam's murder

Facebook could have led to Kim Jong Nam's murder

Washington D. C. [USA], Feb.

Immigrant employees in U.S. go on strike to mark "A Day Without Immigrants"

Immigrant employees in U.S. go on strike to mark "A Day Without Immigrants"

New York [United States], Feb 17 : Immigrants in various cities across the United States on Thursday refused to spend money nor go to work on "A Day Without Immigrants" in an effort to show the Tru

Obama was "too soft" on Russia over Crimea annexation: Trump

Obama was "too soft" on Russia over Crimea annexation: Trump

Washington D. C. [U. S.], Feb.

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