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Taliban raises its flag on Afghan palace as US marks 9/11 attacks anniversary

Taliban raised its flag on the Afghan presidential palace as the US marked the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks on Saturday. A Taliban official said that the group raised their flag in a brief ceremony. This comes after the group seized control over Afghanistan last month after the US announced withdrawal of its troops from the country.

15 killed in deadliest clash since July between army troops & opponents in Myanmar

As many as 15-20 villagers, including several teenagers, have reportedly been killed in Myanmar’s deadliest fighting since July between troops of the ruling military government and resistance forces. The fighting began in the Magway region on Thursday after a call for a nationwide uprising was issued by the resistance organisation National Unity Government.

Russia sends military equipment to Tajikistan amid Afghan crisis

Russia said that it has sent Tajikistan 12 armoured vehicles and an array of military equipment. The move comes amid instability in Afghanistan following the Taliban takeover. Russia expanded hardware at its military base in Tajikistan and also held military drills in the Central Asian country, which shares a border with Afghanistan that’s over 1,300 kilometres long.

Unvaccinated people 11 times more likely to die of COVID: New study by US’ CDC

American health agency Centers for Disease Control (CDC) said unvaccinated individuals are 11 times more likely to die due to COVID-19 as compared to vaccinated people, as per a new study. Unvaccinated individuals are over 10 times more likely to be hospitalised and 4.5 times more likely to be infected, the study which tracked 6,00,000 American people, said.

Japan, Vietnam sign defence cooperation pact amid China fears

Japan will be able to deliver defence equipment and technology to Vietnam after the two countries signed an agreement amid worries about China’s growing military influence. Details about the transfer of specific equipment, including naval vessels, will be worked out in subsequent talks, Japan’s Defence Ministry said. Vietnam and Japan have maritime disputes with China.

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