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                        Aus state launches scheme to boost Aboriginal tourism
                        IANS | 04 May, 2021
                        The state of Western Australia (WA) on Tuesday launched a scheme to promote Aboriginal cultural tourism.
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                        European Commission recommends easing travel curbs
                        SME Times News Bureau | 04 May, 2021
                        The European Commission has called on the member states of the European Union (EU) to grant entry to travellers who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and those coming from countries with a good epidemiological situation.
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                        Biden raises refugee admissions cap to 62,500 after backlash
                        IANS | 04 May, 2021
                        US President Joe Biden has raised the cap for refugee admissions into the country to 62,500, in a U-turn that more than quadruples the limit set by his predecessor Donald Trump.
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                        Human rights, threats to democracy in focus on day 2 of G7 meet
                        SME Times News Bureau | 04 May, 2021
                        Foreign ministers from G7 countries will on Tuesday discuss human rights and threats to democracy on the second day of a special meeting in London, according to the UK Foreign Office.
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                        Saudi Aramco's Q1 net profit rises by 30%
                        SME Times News Bureau | 04 May, 2021
                        Saudi Arabia's oil giant Aramco said on Tuesday that its net profit increased by 30 per cent in the first quarter of 2021, due to higher oil prices and an improved economic environment amid the pandemic.
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                        Denmark stops using J&J Covid vax
                        IANS | 04 May, 2021
                        The Danish Health Authority has decided to drop the Johnson & Johnson vaccine from its mass coronavirus inoculation program.
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                        US forces in Afghanistan hand over base
                        IANS | 04 May, 2021
                        The US forces in Afghanistan have handed over a key operating base to the Afghan National Army in the restive southern Helmand province, reported local media.
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                        Oversight Board to decide on Facebook's Trump ban on May 5
                        IANS | 03 May, 2021
                        The independent Oversight Board on Monday said it will announce its decision on May 5 on the case concerning former US President Trump, who was banned on Facebook following the Capitol attack on January 6.
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                        Verizon Media sells Yahoo, AOL to Apollo Funds for $5B
                        IANS | 03 May, 2021
                        Verizon Media on Monday announced it has sold its AOL and Yahoo properties to Apollo Global Management in a deal worth $5 billion.
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                        Diplomatic missions to Myanmar underscore need for press freedom
                        IANS | 03 May, 2021
                        Diplomatic missions in Myanmar used the occasion of World Press Freedom Day on Monday to call attention to the country's continued detainment of journalists and restrictions on local media.
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