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November 2022

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6. Mushahid elected co-chair of ICAPP

• Senate Standing Committee on Defence Chairman Mushahid Hussain Syed has been elected as the co-chair of the International Conference of Asian Political Parties (ICAPP).

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• He was unanimously elected for the position at ICAPP`s 11th General Assembly in Istanbul (Türkiye), which was attended by nearly 200 representatives and leaders of 70 political parties from 33 countries, the senator`s office said in a statement issued on Sunday.
• ICAPP is Asia`s oldest and largest organisation of political parties. It was launched in Manila in September 2000 to promote exchanges and cooperation between political parties from different Asian countries


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7. Muhyiddin gains backing for PM bid after indecisive Malaysian polls

• Malaysia`s former premier Muhyiddin Yassin secured backing from two political blocs on November 20, 2022 as he sought to form a new government after a general election produced a hung parliament, but he had yet to win the required majority.
• Muhyiddin, of the Perikatan Nasional coalition, said he had won support from two regional blocs based in the island of Borneo. That would boost his alliance`s seat tally from 73 to 101 still short of the required 112 majority.
• `I am confident I will obtain enough support from lawmakers that will enable me to be appointed by the king as Prime Minister,` he said, without saying which other parties might back him


8. Turkiye launches `retaliatory` air raids in Syria, Iraq

• Turkiye announced on November 20, 2022 it had carried out air strikes against the bases of outlawed Kurdish militants across northern Syria and Iraq, which it said were being used to launch `terrorist` attacks on Turkish soil.
• The offensive, codenamed Operation Claw-Sword, comes a week after a blast in central Istanbul that killed six people and wounded 81.
• Turkiye blamed the attack on the Kurdistan Workers` Party (PKK), which has waged a bloody insurgency there for decades and is designated a terror group by Ankara and its Western allies. The PKK has denied involvement in the Istanbul explosion

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9. Qatar make wrong history as Valencia fires Ecuador to victory

• A HOST team looking to prove its worth to the massive investment incurred in building it apart from splurging over US$200billion in staging the World Cup.
• Just the cost of the state-of-the-art Aspire Academy, where Qatar`s national team has been raised some 45 minutes away from the Al Bayt Stadium where it opened the World Cup on Sunday, stands at around US$1billion.
• With a nation in expectation, Qatar`s players were under pressure to deliver; an army of fans dressed in maroon Qatar`s national colours welcoming them on the pitch and chanting all along.
• Qatar are the reigning Asian champions but their prime was in 2019 when they won the Asian Cup. Here in front of their fervent fans, they were looking to avoid being the first World Cup hosts to lose the opening match.


10. Unmatched ceremony kicks off World Cup in Qatar

• A welcome like none other in the past; an extravaganza of dance, music and choreography with a continuous message of unity.
• Twelve years after it was awarded the right to host the World Cup, Qatar opened the tournament in spectacular fashion on November 20, 2022 at its bedouin tent-styled Al Bayt Stadium in the desert.
• The tiny Gulf state has spent an estimated $220 billion to host the first World Cup of the Arab world and it certainly spared no expense in an Olympic-style ceremony.
• `How beautiful it is for people to put aside what divides them in order to celebrate their diversity,` Qatar`s Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani said to loud cheers in his address in Arabic. `Let this tournament be full of inspiring days of goodness and hope, and welcome everyone to the world in Doha.

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