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Israel air raids on Syria kill 3, inure 5 Palestinian refugees

The Israeli regime’s latest aerial assaults on Syria have hit a Palestinian refugee camp, leaving three Palestinians dead and five other wounded. The casualties came in Tel Aviv’s Monday airstrikes on the Khan al-Shih refugee camp, situated near the Syrian capital city of Damascus, the Palestinian Ma’an news agency quoted ...

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Turkey charges 17 more suspects over Istanbul airport attack

Turkey has charged 17 people, mostly Russians, over the recent deadly gun and bomb attack at Istanbul’s international airport which was blamed on the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group. Turkey’s private Dogan news agency reported on Tuesday that the suspects, including 11 Russians and six Turks, were accused of “membership of an armed ...

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Obama, Clinton hit campaign trail to battle Trump

US President Barack Obama is set to join presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in a series of campaign events, amid a heated race with her Republican rival Donald Trump who is eating away at Clinton’s lead. Obama and Clinton will head to Charlotte, North Carolina, on board the Air ...

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Opposition stepped back from finalising TORs: Pervaiz Rashid

ISLAMABAD  – Federal Minister for Information Pervaiz Rashid on Tuesday said that opposition stepped back from parliamentary committee formed to finalise terms of references (ToRs) for Panama leaks inquiry. The minister alleged that opposition parties have adopted escapism from parliamentary committee after contacting Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP). He said ...

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Clerics to get intense training for planned polio drive

KARACHI: As only one meeting of the Religious Support Persons (RSPs) was held in Baldia Town during Ramazan for the planned door-to-door polio campaign, the ulema are looking forward to an “intense training session” after the Eid holidays. The training session will be followed by the visit of a four-member ...

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Pakistani wanted for murder, terror attempt arrested in Philippines

MANILA: The Philippines Bureau of Immigration arrested over the weekend a Pakistani wanted for various crimes in his country, including terrorism, rioting and murder. New Immigration Commissioner Jaime Morente said Malik Muhammad Sharif, 39, was arrested Saturday in Subic, Zambales, in northern Philippines by agents of the bureau and other ...

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