ANKARA — Turkey submitted file to Greece Tuesday for extradition of eight soldiers who fled there by helicopter after the failed coup attempt, Daily Sabah reported.
The extradition goes in accordance with an extradition agreement between the two countries, and was sent from Turkish Justice Ministry to Greece authorities, according to the report. (Turkey-Greece-Extradition)
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ASTANA — Over the past three years, China-Kazakhstan cooperation projects within the framework of the “Belt-Road” Initiative have yielded early fruits, setting an example to other countries along the Belt and the Road.
“Many countries have shown interests in the initiative, in hope of knowing the initiative better and realizing the initiative through investment and economic cooperation,” Shigeo Katsu, president of Nazarbayev University, told Xinhua. (Kazakhstan-China-Belt&Road Cooperation)
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BEIJING — The upcoming Group of 20 (G20) summit, to be held in east China’s Hangzhou on Sept. 4-5, has listed boosting global trade growth as one of its primary targets, as trade is key to economic development and employment.
The agenda also suggests reconstruction of the global value chain, to fundamentally lift the participation capability of developing nations and small and medium-sized enterprises. (China-G20 Summit-Alibaba)
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NEW DELHI — At least four civilians were killed and 15 others injured in fresh firing by security forces in Indian-controlled Kashmir Tuesday, a senior police official said.
The number of civilian deaths has now risen to 64 in violence in the region since the killing of 22-year-old Burhan Wani, Hizbul Mujahiddin’s poster body for new militancy, by Indian security forces in July. (India-Kashmir-Firing) Enditem
Source: Xinhua/News Ghana