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Dhaka protests resolve simply by Pak provincial positioning the machine along.

 your unconventional ministry right this moment remarkably protested using a great decision in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) Provincial Putting your unit together regarding Pakistan around the confidence while using perpetrators while using offences towards the particular people in addition to ...

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Iranian women were released on bail in the UK

over 30 thousand dollars bond, was released on bail, the Iranian-born British citizen ghavami ganache. Iranian officials say the Iranian Students News Agency, he was released on bail ISNA quoted the judge. The boys try to watch a volleyball match ...

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Battle turning against IS : Dempsey

SM Desk :: America’s top general has told US troops in Iraq that momentum is turning against Islamic State militants. Gen Martin Dempsey, on an unannounced visit, called the militants “midgets” but said the battle against them was likely to ...

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Cameron pledges support for EU-US trade deal

SM Desk :: David Cameron has pledged to put “rocket boosters” behind plans for an EU-US free trade deal. The UK prime minister said EU and US leaders had met and all agreed the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) ...

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IS beheads US aid worker

SM Desk :: An Islamist video released Sunday said the Sunni radical group Islamic State had beheaded a captured American aid worker, Abdul-Rahman Kassig. In the video, a masked militant stands over a severed head said to be that of ...

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G20 summit: World leaders gather in Brisbane

SM Desk :: World leaders are arriving in Australia for this weekend’s G20 summit in the Queensland city of Brisbane. The two-day summit, attended by the US, Chinese and Russian leaders among others, will focus on promoting growth. Australian Prime ...

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Islamic State imposing rule of terror in Syria, says UN

SM Desk :: The militant group Islamic State is committing war crimes and imposing a “rule of terror” in areas it controls in Syria, a UN report says. The report, based on more than 300 witness interviews, said IS was ...

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India offers red carpet, not red tape: PM Narendra Modi to Japanese businessmen

In a bid to woo Japanese businessmen, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said he hoped the island nation in East Asia will follow “Look at India” policy. “Just as India is focusing on Look East policy, we expect Look ...

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FBI investigates ‘Cloud’ celebrity picture leaks

The FBI is looking into allegations that intimate pictures of celebrities have been stolen and posted online. About 20 personalities, including the US actress Jennifer Lawrence, have had images of themselves leaked over the Internet. It is understood some of ...

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Iran leader urges clerics to accept Internet

President Hassan Rouhani urges clerics to be more tolerant and lift restrictions on new technologies and the Internet. Iran’s president has urged the country’s clerics to be more tolerant of the Internet and new technologies, which are often the target ...

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