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Modi calls farmer protests over contested laws politically motivated
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday that protests by farmers against three laws brought by his government were politically motivated, as he touted the success of an agricultural scheme launched last year.
Jordan calls on intl. community to stop Israeli demolition of Palestinian homes
Jordan called on the international community to put pressure on the Israeli regime to cease demolishing Palestinian homes in the occupied West Bank, and rescind a threat to destroy Palestinian educational centers.
Russia calls US sanctions on Venezuela a 'tool of genocide' amid epidemic
Russia said on Friday US “narcoterrorism” charges against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro were absurd, adding that sanctions on Caracas could become “a tool of genocide” amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Calls to do more to cut plastic bag use in Wales
More has to be done about the number of plastic "bags for life" distributed by retailers, according to a Welsh government report.
Erdogan calls Netanyahu ‘thief’ and ‘tyrant’
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a "thief" and a "tyrant" in their latest spat.
Call to register homeschooled children in England
Children taught at home should be recorded on a compulsory register, Children's Commissioner for England Anne Longfield said.
UN chief calls for preserving JCPOA
Secretary General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres once again described the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) as an achievement of multilateral diplomacy, urging regional and international players to ensure the continuation of the international deal.
British charity anticipates hundreds of thousands of calls for help during festive period
The Samaritans expects to receive hundreds of thousands of calls over the festive period, with figures revealing that one in three people who contacted the British charity on Christmas Day last year were seeking help with loneliness.
Calls for police officers to be fired over 'racist' Christmas tree decorations
There are calls for two police officers to be fired over “racist” Christmas tree decorations.
Rise in prison suicides in UK prompts calls to tackle overcrowding
The number of suicides among prisoners in the UK this year has already exceeded 2017’s death toll, prompting penal reform campaigners to renew calls for urgent action to tackle overcrowding.
China's Finance Ministry calls out Xiaomi over accounting errors
Chinese authorities on Tuesday said smartphone maker Xioami Corp. made errors in its accounting, sending the company’s Hong Kong-listed shares down amid a wider selloff of China tech stocks.
Guterres calls for upholding dignity for all
United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres in a message on United Nations Day, October 24, 2018, called for upholding dignity for one and all, as united nations.
France’s Macron: Phone calls with Trump like sausages, better not know what’s inside
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday his phone calls with US President Donald Trump and other world leaders were just like sausages: better not explain what's inside.
UN Chief calls on governments, businesses, people to act to protect nature
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in his message on the International Day for Biological Diversity urged governments, businesses and people everywhere to act to protect the nature that sustains us.

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