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Tennis: Nadal, Murray, Djokovic into Madrid semi-finals

MADRID (AFP) – Rafael Nadal will face defending champion Andy Murray in the Madrid Masters semi-finals after extending his perfect start to the European clay-court season to 13 matches with a 6-0, 4-6, 6-3 win over Joao Sousa on Friday. Murray continued his serene passage into the last four by ...

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NAB recovers Rs730m from Balochistan finance secretary’s residence

QUETTA: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Friday recovered more than Rs730 million from the residence of Balochistan Finance Secretary Mushtaq Ahmed Raisani, who was arrested earlier in the day. Raisani has been accused of embezzling billions of rupees from local government development funds, a senior NAB official, who did ...

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Prime suspect in Parveen Rehman murder case arrested

KARACHI: The prime suspect in Parveen Rehman’s murder, Raheem Swati, has been arrested by Karachi police, said a statement released Saturday. Following the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s directives, a special police team was formed under orders from DIG West Feroz Shah. Under the supervision of SSP West, SP Orangi was ...

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US emboldened again over toppling Assad in Syria: Analyst

Recent US warning to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad shows that Washington seems “to be emboldened once again” over regime change in the war-torn country, says a political analyst Eric Draitser. Draitser, founder of, made the remarks Friday when asked about comments by US Secretary of State John Kerry against al-Assad. Kerry has ...

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Romney, Kristol huddle on third-party candidacy: Report

Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican nominee, is being courted by a prominent conservative figure to launch an independent campaign for the White House. The former governor of Massachusetts met privately with William Kristol, the longtime editor of the Weekly Standard magazine, to discuss how best to get an independent candidate ...

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