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Daily Archives: June 4, 2016

‘Arthur will be consulted for team selection’

LAHORE: Newly-appointed head coach Mickey Arthur will miss Pakistan’s preparations for the tour of England as the South African, after obtaining Australian citizenship, is most likely to arrive in the country on Thursday — when the training camp would be over and the squad would’ve already been announced. “We spoke ...

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Videos made public of Chicago police brutality incidents

Video clips and investigative materials from more than 100 incidents have been released by a panel which show police officers in Chicago, Illinois, shoot civilians and commit other acts of brutality. The Independent Police Review Authority, a Chicago panel which investigates police misconduct cases, released the evidence on Friday. The evidence includes ...

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Boko Haram militants seize border town in southeastern Niger

Militants of the Nigeria-based Boko Haram Takfiri group have reportedly captured a rural town in southeastern Niger after launching a large-scale offensive in the troubled border area. Local residents said Boko Haram extremists mounted an all-out attack against Bosso, located around 1,365 kilometers (848 miles) from Niger’s capital, Niamey, on Friday afternoon, forcing ...

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Argentinians protest violence against women

Thousands of people in Argentina have held a protest rally to denounce violence against women after three young girls were killed in the South American country. The demonstrators flocked into the streets of the capital, Buenos Aires, on Friday to call for an end to gender-based violence. Those attending the ...

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Obama condemns violence at Trump rally in California

US President Barack Obama has condemned the violence at a rally by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in San Jose, California. During a Democratic National Committee fundraiser in Florida on Friday, Obama said that there’s no room for politics that ignores opposing opinions. “It is very important for us to ...

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Banned N Korea ship docks at Japan port

Despite facing a UN Security Council ban, a North Korean ship has reportedly docked at a port in southern Japan. Ryong Rim, which sails for the North’s Wonyang Shipping Corporation, berthed off the Japanese island of Kyushu on Friday, showed data from the Marine Traffic website. The vessel remained at ...

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US to remain most powerful military, Carter warns China

Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has warned China that the United States will remain the most powerful military and the main guarantor of regional security, while offering closer cooperation with Beijing to establish a “principled security network” across the Asia Pacific. In a speech to an international security forum in Singapore, ...

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