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Large explosion rocks Hezbollah dominated Beirut suburb

Large explosion rocks Hezbollah dominated Beirut suburb

Jan 21, – Hezbollah’s al-Manar TV showed flames pouring from the facade of a multi-storey building, with large plumes of smoke. Two people were reported killed and 20 injured. There has been a spike in sectarian tension in Lebanon blamed on the conflict in neighbouring Syria. Hezbollah forces have been fighting in support of President […]

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Thai PM Shinawatra survives confidence vote as protests continue

Thai PM Shinawatra survives confidence vote as protests continue

Nov 28, – Yingluck Shinawatra has survived a no-confidence vote lodged by Thailand’s opposition comparatively comfortably. Politicians voted in Bangkok in the midst of street protests against the Thai government. Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra received 297 votes of support in Thursday’s no-confidence vote, while 134 members of parliament voted against the government. Yingluck’s embattled government […]

November 28, 2013 | By | Reply More
Two Indian airports offer Visa on arrival facility to boost tourism

Two Indian airports offer Visa on arrival facility to boost tourism

Aug 10, – Tourists from 11 countries will be able to arrive at two airports in the southern Indian state of Kerala without visa from the 66th, Independence Day of the country on August 15. The international airports at Trivandrum and Cochin will provide them visa on their arrival. The facility has been made available […]

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