Following are the top foreign stories at 2000 hours

Following are the top foreign stories at 2000 hours

FGN41 UK-2ND LD JAISHANKAR ****EAM Jaishankar raises Khalistan issue with UK leaders London: External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has raised India's long-standing concerns about pro-Khalistan extremism in the UK during his meetings with the country's top leaders, stressing that they should be on guard against the misuse of freedom of expression and speech.

FGN49 CHINA-XI-BIDEN-BRI **** Xi invites Biden to join BRI in summit talks, says ready to join US' multilateral initiatives Beijing/Woodside: Chinese President Xi Jinping has invited his US counterpart Joe Biden to take part in his pet global initiative the BRI and expressed his readiness to take part in the Washington-backed multilateral cooperate initiatives. **** FGN43 CHINA-2NDLD FIRE **** 26 killed, 38 injured in fire at a coal mining company building in China Beijing: A fire ripped through a building of a coal mine company in north China's Shanxi province on Thursday, killing at least 26 people and injuring 38, state media reported. **** FGN37 US-CHINA-2NDLD MILITARY **** US and China agree to resume military-to-military communications during Biden-Xi summit Woodside/Beijing: US President Joe Biden and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping have agreed to resume high-level military-to-military communication and counter-narcotics cooperation as they met for four hours in a bid to establish a working relationship amidst Beijing's aggressive actions in the Indo-Pacific region. **** FGN38 UK-JAISHANKAR-RUSSIA **** India softened global inflation, should be thanked for Russian oil purchases: Jaishankar London: India’s purchase policies softened the oil and gas markets by its decision to continue transactions with Russia and should be thanked for managing global inflation as a consequence, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has said. **** FGN21 UN-3RDLD GAZA RESOLUTION **** UNSC overcomes deadlock, adopts resolution calling for urgent humanitarian pauses throughout Gaza to allow humanitarian access United Nations: The UN Security Council has called for urgent humanitarian pauses and corridors throughout Gaza to allow unhindered humanitarian access in the strip, finally overcoming deadlock and adopting a resolution in the month-long Israel-Hamas conflict. **** PTI GRS GRS GRS

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