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Moscow, Tehran, Ankara may lead Syria to Peace

The simultaneous visits of the Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and Mikhail Bogdanov, the Russian President Vladimir Putin’s special envoy to the Middle East, to Tehran have been seen as highly significant. Focusing on the Syrian crisis, the political institutes have suggested that these two visits indicate that Tehran is ...

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Egyptian parliament drafts law to ban niqab

CAIRO (Web Desk) – The Egyptian parliament is drafting a law to ban women from wearing the niqab, a veil worn by the females that covers most of one’s face. The ban will apply to wearing the clothing in public places and government institutions, it has been reported. The full-face ...

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Two more MQM dissidents join Kamal

KARACHI: Former party Rabita Committee member Waseem Aftab and sitting MPA Iftikhar Alam became the latest dissidents from the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) to join Mustafa Kamal’s ranks. Former mayor of Karachi, Kamal, held a third press conference on Thursday to announce the arrival. “Today, I welcome two friends, Waseem ...

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Israeli troops deploy heavily near Lebanon: Paper

The Israeli army has heavily deployed troops and equipment along the Lebanese border and stepped up military activities there, a report from Beirut says. For the second day on Wednesday, Israeli troops fired tear gas canisters at Lebanese herders and farmers working near the border with the occupied Palestinian territories, The Daily Star reported. “We ...

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Islam hates us: Republican frontrunner

US Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump, who has gained notoriety for incendiary rhetoric, says Islam harbors resentment towards the West. GOP front-runner told CNN that “I think Islam hates us,” adding, “We have to get to the bottom of it. There is an unbelievable hatred of us.” Asked whether he ...

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Supreme Court rejects Rangers request for prosecution powers

KARACHI: The Supreme Court on Friday rejected Sindh Rangers’ request for powers to investigate and prosecute suspects, register First information Reports (FIRs) and set up police stations in the province. The apex court said it cannot pass an order granting the paramilitary force these powers because it was not in ...

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UN meeting told of disaster if Mosul dam collapses

A meeting has been held at the United Nations to discuss the possible collapse of Iraq’s largest dam, with officials calling for prompt action to prevent a disaster. During the meeting, hosted by Iraq and the US at the UN headquarters in New York Wednesday, briefings were made on a possible ...

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150 Saudi mercenaries captured by Yemeni forces in Baidha

Yemen security services and popular committees captured on Tuesday 150 of the aggression Saudi mercenaries in Rada’a city of Baidha province, Yemen News Agency reported. The arrest came while the hirelings were on their way to Mareb province to join invaders’ camps in Mareb, a security official said. The official ...

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