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Cabinet approves withdrawal from UNHRC resolution 30/1

Cabinet approves withdrawal from UNHRC resolution 30/1

Editor- Feb 20, 2020

(FASTNEWS | COLOMBO) - The Cabinet of Ministers has approved the government’s decision to withdraw from the co-sponsorship of the United National Human Rights Council (UNHRC) resolution 30/1. The Cabinet Spokesman mentioned ... Read More

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Qantas warns coronavirus impact of as much as $99m

Qantas warns coronavirus impact of as much as $99m

Editor- Feb 20, 2020

(FASTNEWS | Coronavirus outbreak) - Qantas has warned of a severe financial impact as the potentially deadly coronavirus dampens demand for travel in Asia. The Australian airline said the outbreak would cost it up to A$150m ($99m; £76m) as it cuts flights to Asia by 15% until at least the ... Read More

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Rowan Baxter: Outcry after family of ex-rugby player die in fireRowan Baxter, Outcry ,after ,family of ,ex-rugby player, die in fire,

Rowan Baxter: Outcry after family of ex-rugby player die in fireRowan Baxter, Outcry ,after ,family of ,ex-rugby player, die in fire,

Editor- Feb 20, 2020

(FASTNEWS | Rowan Baxter) - The deaths of three children and their mother in a car fire in the Australian city of Brisbane have sparked outrage, amid reports they were killed by the father, ex-rugby player Rowan Baxter. Mr Baxter's wife Hannah and their three children were killed by the ... Read More

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Pop Smoke: Rapper shot dead in apparent robbery

Pop Smoke: Rapper shot dead in apparent robbery

Editor- Feb 20, 2020

(FASTNEWS | Pop Smoke) -  The US rapper Pop Smoke has been killed, after an apparent armed robbery. Los Angeles Police told Radio 1 Newsbeat a man was shot at his home and later pronounced dead, although didn't confirm his identity. But his label Republic Records says it's "devastated by ... Read More

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Sri Lanka vehicle registrations pick-up in January

Sri Lanka vehicle registrations pick-up in January

Editor- Feb 18, 2020

(FASTNEWS | COLOMBO) - According to J. B. Securities monthly review, Sri Lanka vehicle registrations picked up in January 2020, in comparison to December 2019 in most categories. Total car registrations recorded 2,536 units (N 349, P 2,187) in Jan up from 2,057 units in Dec but down from 3,147 ... Read More