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Qatar Airways strip search controversy: More Australian women subjected to 'grossly disturbing' examinations

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 28 October 2020
Qatar Airways strip search controversy: More Australian women subjected to 'grossly disturbing' examinationsIt's been revealed that more Australian women than first reported were subjected to invasive strip searches at Doha airport.Eighteen women on a Qatar Airways flight from Doha to Sydney were subjected to the "grossly disturbing"...
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Doha Doha Capital of Qatar

Pompeo meets Afghan, Taliban reps for talks in Doha

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Saturday met with Taliban and Afghan government representatives in Qatar for peace talks. (Nov. 21)
 

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PM Modi assures of India's support for peace process in Afghanistan [Video]

PM Modi assures of India's support for peace process in Afghanistan

Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava on October 08 said that Chairman of High Council for National Reconciliation of Afghanistan Abdullah Abdullah briefed Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Afghan Peace Process and on ongoing talks in Doha. "During the meeting, Prime Minister reaffirmed India's long term commitment to further deepening the historical ties between India and Afghanistan," said Srivastava.

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Sydney Sydney Capital of New South Wales and most populous city in Australia

A cool change has brought relief to Sydneysiders after the hottest consecutive November days on record

A welcome cool weather change arrived in Sydney late on Sunday afternoon, but power outages due to strong winds are still being addressed.
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Cool change arrives after Sydney and northern NSW endure record-smashing heatwave

A welcome cool weather change arrived in Sydney late on Sunday afternoon, but power outages due to strong winds are still being addressed.
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Cool change helps NSW sleep easier

A welcome cool weather change arrived in Sydney late on Sunday afternoon, but power outages due to strong winds are still being addressed.
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Cool change moves in after Sydney and northern NSW endure record-smashing heatwave

Sydney and large swathes of northern NSW have sweltered through a weekend heatwave which saw overnight minimum temperature records tumble.
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Severe fire warning for Australia after hottest November night on record

Parts of Australia, including Sydney, sweltered through the hottest November night on record with temperatures likely to stay high on Sunday, prompting..
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