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Afghan army kills 74 militants across Afghanistan

Afghanistan says its armed forces have killed 74 militants during their most recent military operations across the violence-torn country. The Afghan Defense Ministry said in a statement on Tuesday that about 25 others were also injured in the operations, while four militants were detained. According to the statement, the militants ...

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Egypt court sentences two Morsi supporters to death

An Egyptian court has sentenced two supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi to death on charges of involvement in violence during anti-government protests in 2013, Press TV reports. The Giza Criminal Court handed down the preliminary sentences to Mostafa Hamdy and Mosaab Abdel-Rahman, saying they were guilty of torching the ...

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Tom Cruise wings into Colombian Amazon

BOGOTA, Aug 25, 2015 (AFP) – Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise, fresh off his latest “Mission: Impossible” hit, was in Colombia filming scenes for a new film in a remote Amazon basin region, military sources said Monday. Cruise, 53, was “working on scenes for an upcoming film about the life of ...

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Golf: Creamer, Lang US captain’s picks for Solheim Cup

ORLANDO (AFP) – US Solheim Cup skipper Juli Inkster named Paula Creamer and Brittany Lang as her captain s picks here Monday, completing a 12-strong squad which will attempt to wrest back the title from Europe next month. Inkster said Creamer and Lang would give her team experience and chemistry in ...

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Why do we love to hate rockstars?

Rockstars take note: last week two moments in pop culture said a lot about the way society thinks about you. First, Ali Zafar brought the house down with his cheeky song ‘Rockstar’ on Coke Studio. The song, an original composition written by Ali himself, pokes fun at how we stereotype ...

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Iran victory within Obama’s reach

For months, Republicans and rebellious Democrats have looked on course to pass a resolution against the nuclear deal, a stinging rejection of a central Obama foreign policy goal. But, with 15 Senate Democrats backing the deal in as many days — including Senate minority leader Harry Reid and Michigan s Debbie ...

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