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Maldives: State of Emergency lifted after 45 days

Maldives' President Abdulla Yameen has lifted a 45-day state of emergency he imposed after the island nation's Supreme Court overturned criminal convictions against nine of his opponents.

Maldivian President Yameen Abdul Gayoom, centre, surrounded by his bodyguards arrives to address his supporters in Male.
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EU/German Funded Programme on Strengthening Reconciliation Process in Sri Lanka

The EU/German Governments have extended grant support to the Government to strengthen the reconciliation process in Sri Lanka.

EU/German Funded Programme on Strengthening Reconciliation Process in Sri Lanka
EU/German Funded Programme on Strengthening Reconciliation Process in Sri Lanka
EU/German Funded Programme on Strengthening Reconciliation Process in Sri Lanka
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In defence of international values: Salisbury was a lawless attack on us all

On a quiet Sunday in one of Britain’s most beautiful cathedral cities, a father and daughter were struck down by the first offensive use of a nerve agent in Europe since the Second World War.

In defence of international values:  Salisbury was a lawless attack on us all
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PDA Government’s topmost agenda an early resolution of Naga political issue – Nagaland Governor

The new PDA Government in Nagaland said their topmost agenda was “early resolution of the Naga political issue.” Towards this, they would work with “all stakeholders for a solution that is honourable, sustainable and acceptable to the people,” said PB Acharya, Governor of Nagaland, in his “customary address” here to the 13th Nagaland Legislative Assembly on Thursday.

PDA Government’s topmost agenda an early resolution of Naga political issue – Nagaland Governor
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