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Daily Archives: October 27, 2015

2nd Test: Misbah praises bowlers, England’s resistance

DUBAI: Rival captains Misbahul Haq and Alastair Cook praised England’s figthback which delayed Pakistan’s victory in the second Test in Dubai, hailing batting from the tail on a difficult last day pitch on Monday. Pakistan’s 178-run win only came with 6.3 overs remaining in the day with England’s ninth wicket stand ...

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Iraqis unimpressed with Blair’s apology

Altaf Ahmad Baghdad Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has apologized for taking his country into the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Blair has admitted that he made some mistakes in planning the war. People in Iraq regard Blair’s apology as too little too late, given the number of lives lost ...

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China ‘kept close eye on US vessel’

China says it closely followed the activities of a US warship that entered waters near disputed islands in the South China Sea. In a statement released on Tuesday, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said “relevant authorities” monitored, followed and warned the USS Lassen, a guided-missile destroyer, as it “illegally” sailed near ...

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Thousands stage anti-Israeli rally in Casablanca

Tens of thousands of protesters have held a massive rally in Morocco’s port city of Casablanca to show their anger at Israel’s aggressive policies toward the Palestinians. The protesters marched down the streets of Morocco’s commercial hub to denounce the policies of the Tel Aviv regime. The massive rally was organized by a Moroccan ...

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ELN rebels ambush Colombian forces, kill 12

Members of the second-largest rebel group in Colombia, the National Liberation Army (ELN), have reportedly ambushed a group of security forces transporting the ballots cast in the country’s regional polls, killing 12 people. The ELN attack, which killed 11 army soldiers and a policeman, took place in the mountainous city ...

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Turkish police detain 30 during anti-Daesh raids

Turkish police forces have reportedly arrested around 30 people during raids against suspected Tafiri Daesh terrorists in a south-central city. The arrests were made in the city of Konya, the capital of a province of the same name, on Tuesday, the country’s Doğan News Agency reported. On Monday, police carried ...

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Saudi Arabia’s King Salman phones Russia’s Putin over Syria

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud have discussed resolving the crisis in Syria during a phone conversation, the Kremlin says.   According to a statement released by the Kremlin on Monday, during the call, which was initiated by Saudi Arabia, the two leaders exchanged views on “all ...

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