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Daily Archives: September 19, 2015

No let up in Pakistan-India border clashes

Kamran Yousaf  Islamabad There is no let up in border clashes between Pakistani and Indian security forces. In the latest incident, at least three people, including a Pakistani soldier, have been killed by Indian troops along the Line of Control in the disputed region of Jammu and Kashmir.

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Nigeria forces purge terrorists, free 90 captives

Nigerian soldiers have rooted out the terrorists of the Boko Haram Takfiri group from two villages in the country’s northeast, freeing 90 people. Acting army spokesman Sani Usman said in a statement on Friday that “troops rescued 23 men, 33 women and 34 children from the terrorists” a day earlier. The ...

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At least 41 people poisoned in China chemical leak

At least 41 people have been poisoned in a chemical leak in central China, authorities say. All of the victims have been transferred to hospital, according to the Xinhua news agency. At least five of them were in serious condition. The accident occurred Saturday in the central province of Henan at ...

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Mexico jails prison officials over drug lord escape

Mexico has jailed at least 13 prison officials over the escape of notorious drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. The drug kingpin broke out of a maximum security prison in July. Leonor Garcia, formerly in charge of El Altiplano, the maximum security prison that Guzman fled, was one of those imprisoned on ...

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Football: Lancaster ponders England changes to face Wales

Twickenham (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Two try hero Mike Brown may be certain of his place in England s next World Cup match, but England coach Stuart Lancaster could make changes for the clash with Wales. Lancaster said several replacements had made a strong case to start the next Pool A ...

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Iran’s Rouhani reassures Americans over death chant

WASHINGTON: Iran´s President Hassan Rouhani has tried to reassure a skeptical American public that when crowds in Tehran chant “Death to America!” they don´t mean it personally. In an interview with the CBS show “60 Minutes” to be broadcast Sunday in the United States, the Iranian president said the famous ...

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Dubai ruler’s son dies of heart attack

DUBAI: The eldest son of Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum died of a heart attack here on Saturday. Shaikh Rashid Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum was 34. Three days of mourning have been declared and UAE flags will be flown at half mast. The Dubai Royal Office has announced ...

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