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Nawaz Sharif's Explosive India Admission, Wall Street Speeds Up Trading After Century And More

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Pakistan's former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has admitted that Islamabad had "violated" an agreement with India in 1999, in an apparent reference to the Kargil war. The US stock market is finally as fast as it was about a hundred years ago. Meanwhile, defying an appeal from the International Court of Justice, Israeli tanks advanced to the heart of Rafah for the first time while Spain, Ireland and Norway officially recognised a Palestinian state. Hong Kong police have arrested six people, marking the first time that the city's new national security law, known as Article 23. Indian woman peacekeeper Major Radhika Sen, who served with the UN mission in Congo, will be honored with the prestigious military gender advocate award by UN Secretary-General. For all the latest world news, analysis and updates, NDTV's show The World24X7 with Parmeshwar Bawa, is your one-stop shop.

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