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Daily Archives: September 3, 2015

South Korea plans to import more Iranian crude: Deputy min.

South Korea’s deputy trade minister says his country is planning to increase crude oil imports from Iran after sanctions against Iran’s economic sectors are lifted. “The amount of Iranian oil imports has halved since the sanctions, but the quality of Iranian crude oil is quite good and its condensate is ...

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Two injured after Black Hawk chopper makes hard landing in forest

Two American soldiers have been injured when a Black Hawk helicopter crashed out of Fort Carson in Douglas County, according to a Fort Carson official. Fort Carson spokeswoman Danni Johnson said the accident happened during a routine training mission on US Forest Service land on Wednesday afternoon. He described the incident ...

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Sonakshi vs trolls: who won this Twitter battle?

Bollywood stars who do not conform to its beauty norms often have to ward off unwarranted commentary about their physical appearance. Sometimes, that comes in the form of Twitter trolls. But celebs like Sonakshi Sinha know how to hit back. Sonakshi’s Twitter Q&A was recently interrupted by the following rude ...

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‘You’re testing our patience mate’, Warne tells Kyrgios

SYDNEY: Australian cricket great Shane Warne told tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios Thursday respect was more important than being liked and warned him “you’re testing our patience mate”. Showman Kyrgios has been making headlines for all the wrong reasons, with his sex slur at Stan Wawrinka last month sparking stinging ...

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Kenya announces administrative, security personnel reshuffle

The Kenyan government has announced plans to implement drastic changes in its administrative and security personnel in an attempt to contain the rising threat of terrorism in the East African country. On Wednesday, Kenyan Interior Minister Joseph Nkaissery said that new police chiefs and county commissioners were appointed for Nairobi ...

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LoC firing threat to international peace, says PM

BAGH: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said here on Wednesday that the hearts of Pakistanis beat in unison with Kashmiris and warned that the incidents of firing across the Line of Control (LoC) were a threat to international peace. “Our patience should not be taken as our weakness… desire for peace ...

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Naheed asked Benazir to wave to crowd, says driver

RAWALPINDI: An anti-terrorism court was told on Wednesday that Naheed Khan, political secretary of PPP chairperson Benazir Bhutto, had asked the slain prime minister to wave hands to a charged crowd after a rally at Liaquat Bagh on Dec 27, 2007. Testifying in the Benazir murder case, Javed Rehman, a ...

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Israel stages missile attack on north of Gaza Strip

The Tel Aviv regime has launched a missile attack on the north of the besieged Gaza Strip, Israeli media say. According to The Times of Israel, Israeli warplanes targeted a base belonging to the Palestinian resistance movement of Hamas early Thursday morning. Two missiles were reportedly fired in the attack. There ...

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Major defense drills underway in Iranian capital

Tens of thousands of Iran’s Basij volunteer forces are participating in massive defense maneuvers held in the capital city of Tehran to boost the country’s security and counter enemy threats. Several commanders of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) as well as government officials are observing the exercises. The drills, code-named ...

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