Chinese President Xi calls for tightening controls over religious affairs to boost national security
China is accused of following repressive religious policies amounting to genocide against Uyghur Muslims in the restive Xinjiang province.
A bodyguard of the two mayors was wounded and a driver who came to pick them up was killed, police said.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh called the talks with Shoigu "productive, fruitful and substantial," adding that "India values its special and privileged strategic partnership with Russia."
Russian Foreign Minister further said that he is confident that the 2+2 mechanism is going to turn into an efficient dialogue platform to talk about a wide range of topics.
India was close to the Soviet Union during the Cold War, a relationship that has endured, with New Delhi calling it a "special and privileged strategic partnership"
Five other peshmerga fighters were wounded in the violence late Sunday in northern Iraq that targeted an outpost north of Kirkuk, the source said.
The number of new COVID-19 infections in Italy has been on a gradual rise for the past six weeks, even before concerns arose about the new omicron variant.
Suu Kyi’s supporters and legal experts generally believe the cases against her have been contrived to discredit her and justify the military’s seizure of power in February.
The pro-Beijing leader comfortably saw off an opposition attempt to oust him, winning 32 votes to 15 after a fractious and hot-tempered day-long debate.
The biggest mountain on the island of Java thundered to life Saturday, ejecting a mushroom of volcanic ash high into the sky and raining hot mud as thousands of panicked people fled their homes.
Many businesses remained closed in the capital, Honiara, ahead of the vote over concerns that violence could erupt again, leading to an eerie calm.
The sentence is the first in a series of cases Suu Kyi is being prosecuted on charges of incitement and violating coronavirus restrictions.
Experts cautioned that travel restrictions and bans will not halt the new variant's spread.
The "Merkel-Raute", as it is known in German, became Merkel's signature largely by accident — born from a camera-shy Merkel being unsure how to pose during a photoshoot for Stern magazine in 2002.
The Pfizer/BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine has been cleared for children as young as 5 in multiple countries but Brazil's health regulator, Anvisa, approved it only for children over 12.