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    China to host International Silk Road belt conference

    China to host International Silk Road belt conference

    The Silk Road connected China and Europe from around 100 B.C.

    Won’t interfere in judicial rulings: Sisi

    Won’t interfere in judicial rulings: Sisi

    An Egyptian court sentenced on Monday three journalists of Qatar-based Al Jazeera TV English, to seven years in prison.

    Ebola outbreak worsening in W Africa – MSF

    Ebola outbreak worsening in W Africa – MSF

    The scale of the current epidemic is unprecedented in terms of geographical distribution, people infected and deaths, says the charity group.

    India power sector needs “sweeping reforms”: World Bank

    India power sector needs “sweeping reforms”: World Bank

    The Indian government needs to free utilities and regulators from external interference, says a new World Bank report.

    UN raps Australia for bid to delist heritage forest

    UN raps Australia for bid to delist heritage forest

    The UN rejected a bid by the Australian government to delist 74,000 hectares of heritage-listed forest for timber industry use.

    New internet law in effect in Brazil

    New internet law in effect in Brazil

    The new law has limited the metadata that can be collected on Brazilian users by access providers.

    Iran, Russia agree on building 2 nuclear plants

    Iran, Russia agree on building 2 nuclear plants

    The deputy head of Russia's Rosatom company, Nikolai Spassky, arrived in Tehran on Monday for a two-day visit.

    India Federal Budget to be presented on July 10

    India Federal Budget to be presented on July 10

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi faces a slumping economy as rupee weakness raises the cost of oil imports and fuel subsidies.

    Kerry in Baghdad as ISIL gains more ground

    The White House is pressuring the Iraqi PM to be more inclusive of Sunni political aspirations.

    India allows IAEA greater access to nuclear sites

    India allows IAEA greater access to nuclear sites

    The move came ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the United States in September this year.