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Kyrgyz president dismisses cabinet after no-confidence vote
19 April, 12:51
Kyrgyz President Sooronbai Jeenbekov signed a decree to dismiss the cabinet after lawmakers overwhelmingly voted no-confidence to the government of Prime Minister Sapar Isakov, the president's office said on Thursday.
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French man becomes world's first person to undergo two face transplants
19 April, 10:51
A French man has become the first person in the world to have two face transplants, according to media reports.
India's space agency locates lost communication satellite
19 April, 10:42
India's state-owned space agency has claimed to have located its latest home-made communication satellite GSAT-6A that was lost after its launch last month.
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Erdogan announces snap elections on June 24
18 April, 16:51
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday announced early presidential and parliamentary elections on June 24.
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Hainan to offer visa-free access to tourists from 59 countries, including Belarus
18 April, 15:31
China will offer greater visa-free access for tourists from 59 countries to Hainan from May 1, in a move to support reform and opening up in the country's southernmost island province, the State Immigration Administration announced Wednesday.
New specimen of one of world's rarest turtle species found in Vietnam
14 April, 16:09
Turtle experts said they have identified a fourth specimen of the Yangtze giant softshell turtle (Rafetus swinhoei), one of the world's largest known freshwater turtle species, also one of the world's rarest, in Vietnam's Hanoi capital, local media reported.
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Flowers on the Moon: China's Chang'e-4 to launch lunar spring
13 April, 15:31
China's Chang'e-4 lunar probe is expected to do many things unprecedented in space history after its launch later this year, such as touching down softly on the far side of the Moon and taking the first flowers to blossom on the lifeless lunar surface.
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Russian Ka-29 military helicopter crashes in Baltic Sea
13 April, 11:29
The Ka-29 military helicopter, which lost contact with the air traffic control, has crashed in the waters of the Baltic Sea in the Kaliningrad Region, the emergencies services told TASS.
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Reputation of Nobel Prize at stake as Swedish Academy row escalates
12 April, 16:53
The Nobel Foundation on Wednesday warned that the international reputation of the Nobel Prize may be at stake after a series of rows that have rocked the Swedish Academy, the body that awards the Nobel Prize in literature.
Israel marks national Holocaust Remembrance Day
12 April, 16:45
Israel marked its annual day of Holocaust remembrance with an official ceremony held in Jerusalem.
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