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National strike in Sri Lanka to demand gov’t step down
Sri Lanka's bus and train networks ground to a halt while offices and factories were empty Friday in a nationwide strike demanding the government's resignation over the island's worsening economic crisis.
FM: Iran gov’t determined to boost ties with Africa
‘Tehran, Niamey have considerable capacities to expand relations’
International Desk
Kuwait swears in fourth gov’t in two years
A new Kuwaiti government was sworn in on Wednesday, the oil-rich Persian Gulf emirate's fourth in two years, after the last one resigned in November amid political deadlock.
Iraqi PM says gov’t knows perpetrators of attack on his residence
Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi said his government is well aware of the identities of the perpetrators of an earlier attack on his residence in the capital Baghdad, from which he escaped unharmed.
Colombian gov’t invites protest leaders to talks as mass demonstrations continue
Colombia’s government invited protest leaders to a dialogue in an attempt to calm tensions following more than a week of deadly demonstrations against President Ivan Duque.
Indian gov’t extends offering discount on cargo movement to, from Iran
The Indian Ministry of Shipping has extended the current concessional rate of 40 percent discount for coastal movement of cargo and vessel related charges (VRC), for a period of further one year to clients for cargo being handled at Jawaharlal Nehru Port and Deendayal Port from/to Shahid Beheshti Port, Chabahar, southeastern Iran.
Japanese gov’t asks groups of young people, seniors not to ‎use travel subsidy
Japan’s tourism minister on Friday urged young people and seniors in ‎large group tours not to use the government’s travel subsidy campaign, ‎citing the risk they may spread the coronavirus and, in the case of the ‎elderly, develop severe symptoms.‎

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