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UN declares August 22 international day for victims of religious crisis

The United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday pronounced August 22 as International Day for the recognition of casualties of religious-based viciousness. This pursued the selection of draft goals A/73/L85 postponed by Poland with help from a few different nations, NAN reports.

The supporting states incorporate the center gathering comprising of Brazil, Canada, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Nigeria, Pakistan, and the United States.