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Chile clashes leave 2 students dead

In Chile, at least two students have been killed in violence during nationwide protests against the country’s education policies. Reports said the victims, aged 18 and 24, lost their lives during the National March for Education in the Chilean port city of Valparaiso on Thursday. The two were killed after a 22-year-old man ...

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Iran slams Israeli crimes on Nakba Day occasion

              Iran has condemned Israel’s crimes against Palestinians over the past decades on the occasion of Nakba Day (the Day of Catastrophe), when Israeli forces displaced hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from their land in 1948. The Iranian Foreign Ministry issued a statement on Thursday, renewing its call for an end ...

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A journey to Makkah

The moonlight lights up the holy city of Makkah as the Muslim pilgrims, gathered from across the globe, face the magnificent Holy Kaaba in awe and admiration. Staring at the Kaaba, the world and its life is left forgotten, belittled by the divinity that encompasses the place. The city of ...

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Analysis: Rise of the black banners?

  IN the aftermath of the massacre of members of the Shia Ismaili community in Karachi, it would appear that the black banners of the Daulat-i-Islamia (self-styled Islamic State or IS) have finally arrived in the region. Pamphlets left behind at the scene of the attack were backed hours later ...

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