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Afghanistan: Taliban conducts first public execution since returning to power last year

Kabul: The Taliban ruled Afghanistan government has conducted the first public execution since coming to power in the country last year.

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky is TIME's 'Person of the Year' 2022

Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of the worn-torn country Ukraine, and “the spirit of Ukraine" have been declared as TIME's 'Person of the Year' 2022 on Wednesday.

US: Protesters march near White House, demand 'Free China'

Washington: About 200 people lit candles and shouted “Free China!” two blocks from the White House on Sunday as they demonstrated against China's severe control imposed to contain COVID-19 rise.

China accused of depriving Tibetans of their own language, education

Beijing/Lhasa: China's move of conducting "re-education" centers in Xinjiang, with an aim to target Uyghur Muslims, was first tested in Tibet, media reports said on Wednesday.

China’s services sector activity shrinks to 6-month low amid COVID-19 restrictions

Beijing: The COVID-19 situation in China has left the service sector shrinking to a six-month low in November, media reports said on Wednesday.

Australia starts operating security apparatus after India warns over growing Khalistani activities

Canberra: A core group of the Australian security agency is currently looking into the concerns raised by the Indian government over the growing Khalistani divisive activities in multiple capital cities.

Bangladesh: Police, BNP clash in Dhaka, one die

Dhaka: A man died as Pakistan's major opposition party Bangladesh Nationalist Party members clashed with the police in Dhaka city on Wednesday.

Pakistan: Protesters hit Skardu city over power cuts, wheat shortage

Gilgit: People took to streets of Skardu city in Pakistan on Monday to vent their rage over long power cuts and wheat shortage in Gilgit-Baltistan region.

Indonesia: Suicide bombing in Bandung leaves two dead, nine hurt

Jakarta: Two people were killed and nine others injured after a suicide bombing occurred at a police station in Bandung city, the capital of Indonesia's West Java province, on Wednesday morning, police said.

Spanish train collision outside Barcelona, over 150 hurt

Barcelona: At least 155 people were hurt when two trains collided close to Barcelona city of Spain, media reports said on Wednesday.

Japan: Activists protest against atrocities committed against Uyghur community in China

Tokyo: Few activists gathered in Japan's capital city Tokyo on Dec 3 to protest against the atrocities committed against the Uyghur community in China.

Indonesia: 3 police injured in suicide bomb attack

Jakarta: A suicide bombing occurred at a police station in Bandung, the capital city of Indonesia's West Java province, on Wednesday morning, killing the bomber and leaving three policemen injured, police said.

Indonesia: 3 police injured in possible condemnation of new criminal code

Bandung/IBNS: A suicide bombing occurred at a police station in Bandung, the capital city of Indonesia's West Java province, on Wednesday morning, killing the bomber and leaving three policemen injured, police said.

Argentine VP Cristina Fernandez sentenced to six years in jail for corruption

Buenos Aires/UNI: Argentine Vice President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has been sentenced to six years in jail for corruption and a lifetime ban from holding public office.

Drought, conflict force 80,000 Somalis to shelter in Kenya’s Dadaab refugee camps

New York: Tens of thousands of people have sought shelter in recent weeks at Kenya’s Dadaab camps, forced from their homes by extremist violence in neighbouring Somalia and an “unrelenting” drought, the UN refugee agency, UNHCR, said on Tuesday.