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    INTERNATIONALOct 30, 2020, 8:48 AM IST

    PM Modi, world leaders on French terror attack: It's heinous, barbaric and vile

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi joined world leaders in condemning the recent terrorist attacks in France, including Thursday's heinous attack inside a church in Nice.

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    INTERNATIONALOct 30, 2020, 8:16 AM IST

    Mahathir shocker: 'Muslims have a right to punish the French'

    The 83-year-old, who heads the United Malays National Organization and was premier of a nation whose multi-ethnic population is over 60% Muslim, put out a series of tweets in which he sought to say Muslims have a right to punish the French.

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    WORLDOct 29, 2020, 3:22 PM IST

    3 killed as woman beheaded in knife attack at church in France's Nice

    An attacker with a knife has killed three people, including a woman who was decapitated at a church in the French city of Nice. Several people injured were also injured in the attack that happened in the city's Notre Dame church 

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    INTERNATIONALOct 29, 2020, 8:53 AM IST

    India stands with France & its president Macron; slams Turkey, Pakistan

    The External Affairs Ministry said: "We strongly deplore the personal attacks in unacceptable language on President Emmanuel Macron in violation of the most basic standards of international discourse. We also condemn the brutal terrorist attack that took the life of a French teacher in a gruesome manner that has shocked the world. We offer our condolences to his family and the people of France." 

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    WORLDOct 27, 2020, 7:58 PM IST

    Pak wants to recall envoy in France, but there isn't one

    On Monday evening, Pakistan's National Assembly asked the Imran Khan government through a unanimous resolution that the country's envoy in France be recalled as a mark of protest against "blasphemy by French president". The catch is, there isn't a Pakistani envoy in France since 3 months. 

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    WORLDOct 26, 2020, 1:17 PM IST

    Imran Khan to Zuckerberg: Ban Islamophobia on Facebook

    The Pakistan government shared a letter on Twitter in which Imran Khan has said that "growing Islamophobia" is encouraging extremism and violence "across the world" especially through social media platforms.