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US, Greece sign revised defense cooperation agreement
AP, Athens, Greece
 The United States and Greece on Saturday signed a revised defense cooperation pact, which Americans officials described as critical to responding to new security challenges in the eastern Mediterranean Sea.
The deal provides for increasing joint U.S.-Greece and NATO activity at Larissa, Stefanovikio, and Alexandroupoli as well as infrastructure and other improvements at the Souda Bay naval base.

3-country talks on Nile waters wrap up without agreement
AP, Cairo
Imrrigation ministers from three key Nile Basin countries wrapped up a two-day meeting Saturday in Sudan's capital without resolving differences over Ethiopia's soon-to-be-finished Blue Nile dam, with Egypt calling for international mediation to help reach a "fair and balanced" agreement.
Sudan Irrigation Minister Yasser Abbas told reporters in Khartoum that progress was made but differences on filling the giant reservoir and operating rules of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam remain unsettled.

Turkey threatens solo army operation into NE Syria
AP, Istanbul
 Turkey's president, in his strongest warning yet, threatened Saturday to launch a military operation into northeastern Syria, where U.S. troops are deployed and have been trying to defuse tensions between Washington's two allies - Turkey and the Syrian Kurds.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan's threats were a warning that a U.S.-Turkish deal to secure Syria's troubled border with Turkey was faltering. He said a Turkish military operation against the U.S-backed Kurdish forces could begin "maybe today, maybe tomorrow."

Tunisia holds third parliament polls since 2011 revolt
AFP, Tunis
Tunisians go to the polls Sunday for the third parliamentary polls of a successful but hectic transition to democracy since the North African country's 2011 revolution.
Polling stations open for the seven-million electorate at 8:00 am (0700 GMT) and close 12 hours later, with preliminary official results scheduled for Wednesday although exit polls will be released from late Sunday.

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Morgan suggests Alex Hales` return to England set-up `might take some more time`


Agency :England limited-overs captain Eoin Morgan has hinted that Alex Hales may need to wait a little longer before returning to the international fold.There has been some speculation that, with England preparing to effectively run two separate squads for Tests and limited-overs matches in a revamped summer, Nottinghamshire batsman Hales ...

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President Md. Abdul Hamid offering munajat after Eid-ul-Fitr Namaz at Darbar Hall of Bangabhaban in the city on Monday.


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Thousands of devotees attend the Jumatul Wida, the last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan, prayers at Baitul Mukarram National Mosque in the capital, seeking divine blessings for peace and progress of Bangladesh and unity of the Muslim Ummah.


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Eid-ul-Fitr is not celebration in the midst of killer corona, observe safety guidelines


EID Mubarak! The nation will celebrate the Eid-ul-Fitr either on Sunday or Monday (subject to sighting of the moon) after the   month-long fasting but there is hardly any mood or environment for celebration in the people amid the surging outbreak of coronavirus.The two months lockdown has rendered the poor people ...

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Members of Bangladesh Air Force engaged in removing uprooted and broken trees in the cyclone Amphan-hit areas. The snap was taken from Bhasanchar, Patuakhali on Friday.


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China`s Wang Qiang enjoying time without professional tennis


Agency :Chinese tennis player Wang Qiang, world No.29 in women's singles, told media on Thursday that she is enjoying the days without professional tennis."To be honest, I feel quite good to be able to sit back during this period of time after having traveled and played over many years to ...

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Official orders cannot force proper treatment at hospitals


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Samajtantrik Chhatra Front formed a human chain in front of the Jatiya Press Club on Thursday demanding enhancement of allocation in health and research sector.


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Private teachers` suffering should be paid heed to


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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina speaking at a meeting of the National Disaster Management Council from her official residence Ganabhaban through video-conference on Wednesday to review the preparations to face cyclone Amphan.


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Williams sisters stretch it out with yoga treat for fans


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Papon trashes resumption of cricket in near future


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Avoid power trap from unused overcapacity in power sector


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