Israel strikes after Gaza border clashes – Ballarat Courier

Israeli aircraft have struck Hamas sites in Gaza in an escalation of hostilities after earlier cross-border gunfire seriously injured an Israeli soldier and wounded 41 Palestinians, including two critically.The injuries came during a Gaza protest organised by the enclave’s Islamist rulers Hamas and other factions in support of Jerusalem, where Palestinian clashes with Israeli police […]

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NHRC issues notices to Centre, Assam, Mizoram on border clash – Telegraph India

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) issued notices to the Centre, Assam and Mizoram over the deadly border clash between the two Northeastern states in July, stating that “grave violation of human rights” took place.Acting on a complaint by one Md Injamul Haque of Assam, the NHRC on Sunday issued notices to the Union home […]

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CBP Announces February 2021 Operational Update – Customs and Border Protection

CBP Announces February 2021 Operational Update  Customs and Border Protectionsource

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Armenia and Azerbaijan in new border crisis – Eurasianet

Azerbaijani forces advanced significantly into territory along the border with Armenia this week, sparking a security crisis in which Russia – Armenia’s treaty ally and the broker of the ceasefire agreement between the two sides – has taken a conspicuously passive role.The details of precisely what happened remain unclear, but Armenia says that Azerbaijani forces […]

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Covid-19 global updates: Canada could open to vaccinated U.S. tourists as soon as August, Trudeau says – The Washington Post

Why?The Washington Post is providing this news free to all readers as a public service.Follow this story and more by signing up for national breaking news email alerts.Canada could reopen its borders to vaccinated travelers from all countries by early September, and possibly welcome immunized Americans as soon as mid-August, the office of Prime Minister […]

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Victims to raise Troubles 'amnesty' with UN body – Border Counties Advertizer

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Ethiopia-Sudan Border Dispute Raises Stakes for Security in the Horn – Council on Foreign Relations

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Northeast border disputes killed 157 people since 1979 – The Hindu

Data-mining by a New Delhi-based rights group has revealed 157 people have been killed in border disputes across the northeast since 1979. The conflicts till the Assam-Mizoram flare-up on July 26 have also left 361 people injured and 65,729 displaced. The Assam-Nagaland border has been the most violent with 136 of the 157 reported deaths. […]

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E.U. to reopen borders to travelers with accepted vaccines – The Washington Post

BRUSSELS — The European Union has agreed to open its borders to vaccinated Americans and others, after more than a year in which travel into the bloc has been severely restricted, a spokesman said Wednesday.The decision represents a formal turning point away from the eerie, economy-sapping status quo of the coronavirus pandemic, when major cities […]

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Was India’s pull-out from lake on disputed China border a mistake? – South China Morning Post

Was India’s pull-out from lake on disputed China border a mistake?  South China Morning Postsource

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