Iraq to ‘stop’ Iran gas transfers if US waiver ends: bank

Washington slapped tough sanctions on Iran's energy sector in 2018 but has granted Iraq a series of temporary waivers over the last 15 months to allow it to buy gas from Tehran

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India’s eternal flame for soldiers extinguished

The flame of the immortal soldier was installed at the India Gate in New Delhi following the conflict, which eventually led to the creation of independent Bangladesh. It had burned ever since fuelled first by cylinders of liquified petroleum gas and later with piped gas.