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Humayun Saeed will be back on TV with Dillagi

He’s back! Humayun Saeed, who was last seen in the television drama, Kaafir is making his way back to television sets after a four year long hiatus that he had taken to prove his mettle on the big screen. Saeed, who became a household name with his strong performances in ...

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PCB suspends Ajmal contract over bowler comments

LAHORE: Pakistan on Thursday suspended former off-spinner Saeed Ajmal’s contract over television comments he made about the way bowlers with illegal action are dealt with. The 38-year-old had been Pakistan’s match-winner in the last five years until he was sidelined over his bowling action before being cleared in February. However, ...

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Egypt’s tourism industry badly following Russia plane crash

Mohamed Shalaby Cairo Egypt’s economy is in trouble. But the recent crash of a Russian plane in the Sinai Peninsula is making the situation worse since it has scared off foreign tourists. Egyptian officials are now warning of huge economic losses. Press TV’s Mohamed Shalaby brings us the story from ...

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Nigerian forces rescue 61 from Boko Haram captivity: Army

Nigeria’s army says its forces have rescued 61 civilians from captivity by the Takfiri Boko Haram group in the country’s northeast. The operation to free the abductees was backed by aerial cover in the violence-rattled Borno state, the army said in a statement on Thursday, AFP reported. “The rescued persons were mainly women ...

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Kurdish forces take control of Sinjar

Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga forces are said to have gained full control over the Iraqi town of Sinjar, only a day after launching a major offensive to liberate it from Takfiri Daesh terrorists. On Friday, Kurdish Peshmerga forces entered Sinjar, situated over 400 kilometers (250 miles) northwest of the capital, Baghdad, ...

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Saudi protesters slam Sheikh Nimr’s death sentence

Protesters have taken to the streets in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province to express their anger at the Saudi top court’s death verdict against the prominent Shia cleric, Sheikh Nimr Baqir al-Nimr. The demonstrators called for Nimr’s release in a protest rally in the town of Awamiyah on Thursday, vowing to continue their ...

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