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Ex-Taiwanese leader faces lawsuits over leaks, graft

Former Taiwanese chief executive Ma Ying-jeou is expected to be challenged with dozens of lawsuits which were reopened against the politician following the termination of his presidential immunity. The Taipei District Prosecutors Office said that Ma faces 24 cases that were re-launched on Saturday. The allegations against him range from his ...

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Arthur urged to slow down with statements, focus on demanding job

ISLAMABAD: Former Pakistan captains Rashid Latif and Rameez Raja believe that newly appointed head coach of the national team Mickey Arthur faces a demanding task. “Arthur is an experienced international coach but he should slow down a bit with his statements and first come and observe challenges he faces with ...

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President Trump will lead US to dark future: Scholar

US Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump’s terror hysteria, combined with the ever-growing terrorist attacks around the world means that a dark future awaits America in case the presumptive GOP nominee becomes president, says American scholar Kevin Barrett. The Madison-based analyst made the comments over Trump’s bold claim that he knew who ...

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Reports of sexual abuse by US Catholic clergy spike

Reports about sexual abuse by members of the US Catholic clergy increased sharply last year, according to an annual audit of reports by the US Conference of Catholic Bishops. The audit of reports showed that 838 people came forward from July 1, 2014, through June 30, 2015, to say they ...

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Smoke detected in EgyptAir plane before crash

The doomed EgyptAir flight 804, traveling from Paris to Cairo, might have been crashed due to a flight control system fault, a new report suggests, after smoke was detected in the nose of the Airbus A320. According to the report published by the Wall Street Journal on Friday, automated communication ...

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Daesh claims butchering Bangladesh doctor

The Daesh Takfiri terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the hacking to death of a doctor in western Bangladesh. The fatal attack against 55-year-old Sanaur Rahman took place in the district of Kushtia, 245 kilometers (150 miles) from the capital Dhaka, on Friday said district police chief Mohammad Sahabuddin Chowdhury. ...

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