• Rohingya crisis: Suu Kyi speech criticised by global leaders
Rohingya crisis: Suu Kyi speech criticised by global leaders

Dhaka, Sep 21 Bangladesh will launch a birth control campaign among the Rohingya Muslims amid fears that the refugee population could rise sharply with the influx of the ethnic minority Myanmar nationals, a minister said today. "Myanmar's leadership needs to show that the democracy they fought so hard for can work for all the people of Myanmar, b...

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  • SC to take final decision on Rohingyas: Rajnath
SC to take final decision on Rohingyas: Rajnath

The affidavit states that it has been "found by the Central Government that numerous Rohingyas figure in the suspected sinister designs of ISIS/other extremist groups who want to achieve their ulterior motives in India including that of flaring up communal and sectarian violence in sensitive areas of the country".

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  • Russian Federation and China urge 'peaceful' solution with North Korea
Russian Federation and China urge 'peaceful' solution with North Korea

Monday's flyovers over the Korean Peninsula involved two B-1Bs and four F-35Bs from the US military and four F-15K fighter jets from South Korea, according to the South Korean and USA militaries. Since Moon came into office, Pyongyang has also staged 10 missile tests. Much of the regime's domestic legitimacy rests on portraying the country as und...

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  • Nod for immersion on Muharram if situation found fit: West Bengal government
Nod for immersion on Muharram if situation found fit: West Bengal government

The court had even directed the West Bengal government to make necessary security arrangements and asked the state government to chalk out designated routes for immersion and tazia processions. "If anybody tries to spread rumour and cause disturbance, we will deal with that person strictly", the DGP said. Calcutta High Court on Thursday reversed ...

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  • 'Stupid,' 'Disgusting' Australia Refugee Deal Goes Into Effect
'Stupid,' 'Disgusting' Australia Refugee Deal Goes Into Effect

They were told to be ready to leave on Sunday for Port Moresby. Australia will not settle any refugees who try to arrive by boat - a policy that the government says dissuades asylum seekers from attempting the risky and occasionally deadly ocean crossing from Indonesia.

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  • US Will Pay High Cost If It Quits Nuclear Deal
US Will Pay High Cost If It Quits Nuclear Deal

General Assembly. Without revealing his decision, Trump told journalists "I have decided" ahead of an October 15 deadline to re-up the agreement. If the White House decides to follow through on its repeated threats to disown the deal struck by the previous administration, Iran would ensure the U.S.

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  • The Spanish Beekeeper: Bee Aptitude and Attitude
The Spanish Beekeeper: Bee Aptitude and Attitude

On September 3, dawn, coming from Bilbao (Spain), landed in Brazil, Brigadeiro Lysias Rodrigues de Palmas, Tocantins airport. During the 2 months rest in Polientes-Valderredible (Cantabria), Spain, I have had time to visit and cycle some of the places and landscapes that a few years ago kept the swarms of my apiary Of mine and the other dozens of a...

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  • Bozcaada: An Island with White Houses and Romantic Beaches · Lomography
Bozcaada: An Island with White Houses and Romantic Beaches · Lomography

The beauty of Bozcaada is remarkable. Tenedos is the old name of the island and is mentioned already in the works of Heródoto. It is quite normal for the scattered pieces of land in the Aegean to have a legacy of the history of classical Greece and at the same time mix with the current Turkish political histories.

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  • Five people detained, released by Turkish President's security detail in NY
Five people detained, released by Turkish President's security detail in NY

A Turkish journalists' Periscope feed showed a protester standing up and yelling at Erdogan before being escorted out by security. A Washington grand jury later indicted 19 people involved in the attack , 15 of whom were identified as Turkish security officials.

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  • Thank you to Three Outstanding Board Members - Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust
Thank you to Three Outstanding Board Members - Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust

We thank them for their service at the conclusion of their terms on our Board of Directors Dianne served as chair of our rebranding committee. With the help of a generous gift from past Trustee, Don Kendall, Dianne led the effort to develop a unique and distinctive identity for the Stock Growers Land Trust.

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  • Make Ink Using Petals and Plants - Taringa!
Make Ink Using Petals and Plants - Taringa!

The ink can be used to draw or as a pigment to paint a canvas or wood. You will need Flower petals Mineral spirits Mineral oil linseed A mortar and a pistil A glass container or a palette 1 Collect the flower petals in advance and dry them thoroughly.

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  • GARDENING; Winsome Newcomers for Spring Planting - The New York Times
GARDENING; Winsome Newcomers for Spring Planting - The New York Times

Strata has two-toned flowers, a white calyx and a blue corolla. All three of these A.A.S. All three of these A.A.S. annuals can be grown from seed, available from many mail-order catalogs. Dramatic changes in color are exciting for anyone seeking new plants. Here's one that should be something to behold: a pink-flowered Potentilla fruticosa named P...

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  • Strawberry Seeds for sale | 9 Varieties | Vegetable Seeds
Strawberry Seeds for sale | 9 Varieties | Vegetable Seeds

So much more delicious than store-bought: If you have eaten just-picked, sun-warmed, ripe strawberry, you know why. Strawberries are perennials: Count on multiple seasons of bountiful harvests. Blooms are followed by medium size, mild, sweet fruits. Flowers and fruit are produced all summer long. This is the best seed grown, open ...

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  • Why it might be time to give cattle a break | CIAT Blog
Why it might be time to give cattle a break | CIAT Blog

But these pastures were not particularly nutritious or resilient when rain did not come. Productivity and profits were low. Then everything changed. Fortunately, the cows also like their taste. In any case, the system is much more than just grass. Now, this is the key: Noelí moves the cattle from plot to plot almost every five days, maki...

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  • Lavender Flowers
Lavender Flowers

He went on to join other bands in the music scene in Zaragoza in Spain, where he was born on 11 August 1967. Interestingly, the same day in 2000 my son Vincent was born, also a musician and fan of Bunbury. Saramago, Portuguese WIZARD HURRICANE HURRICANE BEFORE THE GROUNDS OF coffee.The To be human is LESS HUMAN WHAT WE THINK ABOUT ....

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  • Section 3.1: Criteria for Site Selection
Section 3.1: Criteria for Site Selection

In addition to the physical and environmental limitations and limits of natural hazards presented in Section 2, the criteria that need to be considered include: cost proximity to other urbanizations or absences and transportation permissible construction density.

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  • Kim warns Trump of
Kim warns Trump of "highest-level of hard-line" retaliation

Kim's statement also seems to signal more weapons tests on the horizon _ a worrying prospect given the North's willingness to back up its belligerent rhetoric against Trump with action. The Hwasong-14 was flight tested for the first time only two months ago. The worldwide community has been increasing pressure on North Korea over a series...

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  • ME election system not targeted by Russian hackers
ME election system not targeted by Russian hackers

Gabe Rosenberg, a spokesman from the Secretary of the State's office, said the U.S. Department of Homeland Security informed the office that the online system was scanned by agents of the Russian government between July and September of 2016, but it was not breached.

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  • Afghan leader: Abolishing militant havens in Pakistan key
Afghan leader: Abolishing militant havens in Pakistan key

Abbasi's meeting with Pence was the highest point of contact between the nations ever since Trump announced his new policy towards Afghanistan and South Asia on August 21. There are about 11,000 USA troops now deployed to Afghanistan. "Now, we call on all our neighbours, near and far, to join us through the Kabul process in our comprehensiv...

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  • Threats Endangering South Asia's Peace On Rise: Sushma Swaraj
Threats Endangering South Asia's Peace On Rise: Sushma Swaraj

The "training and political" support to terror funding must be systematically cut off, New Delhi has maintained. Though there was no direct reference to Pakistan in her remarks, it came amid reports that Pyongyang had clandestinely received nuclear enrichment technology from Pakistan when A Q Khan was at the helm of Islamabad's nuclear progra...

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