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Taliban seize two more Afghan provincial capitals in north. The insurgents have snatched up four provincial capitals since Friday in a rapid offensive that appears to have overwhelmed government forces.

Afghanistan travel restrictions: Britain tells nationals to leave. The foreign office warned Britons not to rely on it for emergency evacuation, saying the assistance it could provide was "extremely limited".

International Military News: Russia to Hold Military Drills Near Afghan Border in Tajikistan, Uzbekistan. The commander of Russia’s Central Military District said on July 19 that Russia would hold drills with Tajikistan and Uzbekistan in early August.

Afghan troops flee to neighbouring countries as Taliban continue advance. The US and the UK are preparing to end their 20-year-long presence in Afghanistan while some of Central Asia’s impoverished nations are bracing for spillover from unrest.

India blocks China-made wireless device imports: Report. India has held up approvals for import of wifi modules from China for months, driving companies such as United States-based computer makers Dell and HP and China’s Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo and Lenovo to delay product launches in a key growth market, two industry sources have told the Reuters news agency.

4 Die in Clashes Set Off by India’s Modi Visiting Bangladesh. The casualties happened after students from a prominent madrasa or Islamic school and members of an Islamist group clashed with police in the southeastern district of Chattogram.

Human Rights violation in Sri Lanka: UN Rights Body Adopt Sri Lanka Resolution in Key Vote. The resolution, pertaining to Tamil minority rights in the country and the devastating civil war in the island nation, asks “the [Sri Lankan] government to ensure prompt, thorough and impartial investigation, and if warranted, prosecution of all alleged crimes relating to human rights violations and serious violations of international human rights law.”

At least 15 dead in stampede near Pakistan consulate in eastern Afghanistan. An estimated 3,000 Afghans had congregated on the open ground outside the consulate, waiting to collect tokens needed to apply for a visa, two provincial officials told Reuters a day after the tragedy.

Attacks across Afghanistan kill dozens of security force members, civilians. Clashes between Afghan forces and Taliban militants killed dozens nationwide in the past 24 hours, officials said on Wednesday, even as the United States tries to broker peace talks between the warring sides.

Yemen war: Houthi rebels claim mass capture of Saudi troops The operation was the largest of its kind since the conflict began, the spokesman said.

Iran nuclear deal: Tehran to develop centrifuges for uranium enrichment Iran is to lift all limits on nuclear research and development - the latest step in reducing its commitments to the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.

 

 

 

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