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Daily Archives: June 29, 2016

Hrithik narrowly escapes Ataturk bombing

MUMBAI (Web Desk) – 42-year-old, upcoming period drama Mohenjo Daro star, Hrithik Roshan closely escaped the triple bombing at Turkish Ataturk airport, reported Wednesday. Roshan, in a couple of messages on social media website stated that he missed a connecting flight in Turkey and was about to delay the return ...

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Malik, Akmal to play for IPL owners — in the Caribbean

KOLKATA: Even if India’s cricket administrators bar Pakistani players from participating in the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL), who says IPL franchise owners cannot recruit them for teams they have bought overseas – beyond Indian jurisdiction? As it turns out, Indian cricket investors in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL), which ...

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US promises ‘steadfast’ support for Turkey

The United States has condemned the “heinous” terror attack in Istanbul, Turkey, pledging to provide “steadfast” support for the country. At least 36 people were killed and 147 more injured in a gun and bomb attack at Istanbul’s Atatürk international airport late on Tuesday night. “Ataturk International Airport, like Brussels ...

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Kerry: Brexit might never happen

US Secretary of State John Kerry has said that Brexit might never happen, calling the process of leaving the European Union “complicated.” “This is a very complicated divorce,” Kerry told the Aspen Ideas Festival on Tuesday, one day after he met with British Prime Minister David Cameron. On Thursday, British ...

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Hundreds hold anti-Brexit protests in UK

Hundreds of people across the UK have held demonstrations to protest against Brexit and its supporters following last week’s historic referendum. In the June 23 referendum, about 52 percent of British voters opted to leave the EU, while roughly 48 percent of the people voted to stay in the union. ...

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Australia mosque hit by firebombing, graffiti attack

A firebombing and anti-Islam graffiti attack has happened outside a mosque in the Australian city of Perth while hundreds of worshipers were attending a prayer service inside. The blast destroyed a car parked outside the Thornlie mosque and Australian Islamic College on Tuesday night in Perth’s suburb of Thornlie. No one was injured ...

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US, South Korea, Japan launch joint missile drill

South Korea, Japan and the United States have held their first joint ballistic missile defense exercise in waters off Hawaii amid rising tensions with North Korea. The Pacific Dragon exercise held on Tuesday included a ballistic target tracking operation to test the Aegis anti-missile systems used by the United States ...

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Daesh rocket attack kills four in Syria

At least four civilians have lost their lives and nearly a dozen others sustained injuries in a rocket attack by Takfiri Daesh terrorists against a residential neighborhood in Syria’s eastern city of Dayr al-Zawr. A security source, speaking on condition of anonymity, said four people were killed and 12 others ...

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