Xinhua world news summary at 1300 GMT, July 31

Xinhua world news summary at 1300 GMT, July 31

JAKARTA — The number of COVID-19 cases in Indonesia rose by 37,284 within one day to 3,409,658, with the death toll adding by 1,808 to 94,119 on Saturday.

During the past 24 hours, 39,372 recovered patients were discharged from hospitals, raising the total number of recoveries from the pandemic in the Southeast Asian country to 2,770,092, according to the ministry. (Indonesia-COVID-19)

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MOGADISHU — Somali Prime Minister Mohamed Roble has called on Somalis to unite in order to defeat terrorism after the death of four footballers in a roadside blast on Friday.

Roble condemned the terrorist attack in Kismayo town of the Lower Jubba region in Jubaland State and called for an immediate end to hostilities between the two sides. (Somalia-Shabab-Terrorism)

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SHIBERGHAN, Afghanistan — A total of 21 militants were confirmed dead as fighting planes struck Taliban positions in Afghanistan’s northern Jawzjan province on Friday, army spokesman in the northern region Mohammad Hanif Rezai said Saturday.

The sorties targeted Taliban positions and hideouts in Murghab, Hasantabin, Atma and adjoining villages along the road linking Jawzjan to the neighboring Sari Pul province on Friday afternoon, killing 21 insurgents and injuring 10 others, the official said. (Afghanistan-Militants)

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BAGHDAD — Four people were killed and six others wounded in twin attacks by militants of the extremist Islamic State (IS) group in western and eastern Iraq, security sources said on Saturday.

In the western province of Anbar, the militants attacked a policeman’s house outside the town of Heet, some 160 km west of Baghdad at about 2:00 a.m. local time (2300 GMT), Maj. Abdul-Sattar al-Dulaimi of the provincial police told Xinhua. (Iraq-Twin Attack)

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