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Militant camps still exist in Bangladesh: BSF

Agartala, June 21 (ANI): Militant camps still exist along the Indo-Bangladesh border said Border Security Force top official, BD Sharma after reviewing the security situation. Sharma reviewed the security situation along the international border during a meeting with top officials, sector and battalion commanders in northeastern Salbagan headquarter of BSF Tripura frontier. Sharma said their counterparts in neighbouring Bangladesh were fully cooperating with Indian forces in checking the militant infiltration along the porous sensitive border. He also said that the insurgents could not be fully wiped out from Bangladesh soil as deployment of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) was less than required. Jun 21, 2014
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Syrian journalists, exiled in France, look home

Syrian journalists are among the thousands of refugees who have found a temporary home in France, but the aid they receive falls short of covering their material, and emotional, needs. Duration: 02:25 Jun 21, 2014
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Ukraine: French doctors help Ukrainian hosptials

French doctors from the Jouvenet Clinique in Paris are helping hospitals in Kiev providing medical consultations to soldiers and officers wounded by violent conflicts in the east of Ukraine. Duration: 01:25 Jun 21, 2014
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Injured German caver in good shape

Doctors treating a German cave explorer, who was dramatically rescued after 11 days trapped and injured deep in the Alps, said Friday that he was in "excellent condition" considering his ordeal. Duration: 00:57 Jun 21, 2014
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Gazans survey Israeli airstrike damage

Gazans awoke on Friday to more damage from continued Israeli airstrikes in response to Palestinian rocket fire on its territoriy. Duration: 00:45 Jun 20, 2014
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Global refugee numbers highest since WWII: UN

The number of people driven from their homes by conflict and crisis has topped 50 million for the first time since World War II, with Syrians hardest hit, the UN refugee agency said Friday. Duration: 01:18 Jun 20, 2014
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Suicide bomber kills two at Lebanese checkpoint

Lebanese security forces were inspecting the scene after a suicide bomber killed at least two people at a Lebanese checkpoint on the main highway from Beirut to Damascus on Friday. Duration: 00:33 Jun 20, 2014
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Fighting continues in eastern Ukraine despite cease-fire

Despite Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko announcing a cease-fire, fighting continues in the east. In Seversk, 140 kilometers north of Donetsk, violent clashes have taken place involving hundreds of pro-Russian separatists. Duration: 01:04 Jun 20, 2014
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Good morning, Donetsk -- rebels spread the word on radio

Radio Republic is the only official radio station of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic, in eastern Ukraine. It broadcasts a blend of patriotic jingles and political diatribes to keep listeners tuned in. Duration: 01:05 Jun 20, 2014