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No 'conclusive evidence' Maldives boat blast caused by bomb - FBI

The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) said it has found no conclusive evidence that an explosion on a boat transporting Maldives President Abdulla Yameen was caused by a bomb.

Officials carry an injured woman off the speed boat of Maldives President Abdulla Yameen (not pictured) after an explosion onboard, in Male, Maldives September 28, 2015.
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Joint Indian and Sri Lanka Navy - 2015, Final Exercise Held in Trincomalee

The joint Indian and Sri Lanka Navy exercise SLINEX-2015 concluded successfully off the Trincomalee seas on Sunday (01 November 2015).

Joint Indian and Sri Lanka Navy - 2015,  Final Exercise Held in Trincomalee
Joint Indian and Sri Lanka Navy - 2015,  Final Exercise Held in Trincomalee
Joint Indian and Sri Lanka Navy - 2015,  Final Exercise Held in Trincomalee
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Avert the looming TB-diabetes co-epidemic before it gets too late

The global picture presents a bleak scenario of the double burden of TB and diabetes, in so much as a communicable and a non-communicable disease seem to have joined hands to threaten public health. That's why the forthcoming first-ever Global TB Diabetes Summit in Indonesia becomes important for galvanizing effective and collaborative public health responses.

Avert the looming TB-diabetes co-epidemic before it gets too late
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Sri Lanka deports Maldivian teenager wanted in president's boat blast probe

: Sri Lanka on Monday deported a Maldivian teenager wanted in an investigation into an explosion on a boat carrying Maldives President Abdulla Yameen, government and high commission officials said.

Abdulla Yameen, 56, was unhurt in the blast as his Presidential boat approached the capital Male while he was returning from Saudi Arabia after the Haj pilgrimage, but his wife and two aides were injured.
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