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Last updated: 18 Oct, 2021  
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Unicef official warns of worsening situation in Afghanistan
SME Times News Bureau | 16 Oct, 2021
The already dire situation faced by Afghan civilians will get worse, and the humanitarian needs of children and women will increase over the coming months, a Unicef official said.
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Vaccine.Thmb.jpg Rally across NZ to boost Covid vaccination
SME Times News Bureau | 16 Oct, 2021
New Zealand on Saturday launched a nationwide rally to vaccinate as many people as possible against Covid-19. 
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Italy1.Thmb.jpg Italy's new flag carrier ITA starts operations
IANS | 16 Oct, 2021
Italy's new flagship carrier ITA has started operations with a flight between Milan and Bari, filling the gap left by 75-year-old airline Alitalia that ceased operations the day before. 
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Biden.9.Thmb.jpg Biden govt to ask SC to block Texas abortion law
IANS | 16 Oct, 2021
US President Joe Biden's administration is planning to ask the Supreme Court to block Texas' highly controversial near-total abortion ban. 
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North.Korea.South.Korea.9.Thmb.jpg Top S.Korean nuke envoy to depart for US
IANS | 16 Oct, 2021
South Korea's chief nuclear envoy will leave for Washington on Saturday for talks with his US and Japanese counterparts after his trip to Moscow aimed at securing Russia's cooperation in bringing North Korea back to dialogue, officials said here.  
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