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UN adopts Pakistan-backed resolution condemning desecration of religious symbols, holy books

MT Desk: The United Nations General Assembly this week adopted a resolution, co-sponsored by Pakistan, to counter hate speech and condemn attacks on places of worship, religious symbols, and holy books, as rightwing protesters set copies of the Holy Qur’an on fire in Denmark, Pakistan’s state-owned news agency reported Wednesday. In the latest incident, a group of anti-Islam activists desecrated the Islamic .....
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UN adopts Pakistan-backed resolution condemning desecration of religious symbols, holy books
Ukraine to get positive message on membership: Nato Boss
Turkey backs Sweden`s Nato membership
Unity will be tested at Vilnius NATO summit
Boat sinking off Tunisia leaves one dead, at least 10 migrants missing
15 dead in Canada highway collision
Cyclone Biparjoy: Two die, 2 still missing at Mumbai beach
India gets 57% below-average rains in first week of June
Sri Lanka to reduce drug prices by 16pc as crisis eases
Body of third man pulled from rubble of Iowa building collapse
Can Biden`s compromise strategy fix a divided US?
Imran Khan accuses military of trying to destroy his party
Bangladesh pledges $50,000 for Palestine refugees
Fugitive war criminal arrested in Gazipur
Putin confident of Russia`s triumph in Ukraine

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