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Singer Fariha Parvez seeks divorce from husband

LAHORE – Renowned Pakistani singer Fariha Pervez has filed for divorce in the family court Lahore from her husband Noman Javed, reported on Friday. According to details, Fariha Pervez stated that Noman is not fulfilling her legitimate rights on the basis of which her stay with Noman has become impossible. ...

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Gulen likely to flee US to escape extradition: Turkish minister

The Turkish justice minister says the Ankara government is receiving intelligence that US-based opposition cleric Fethullah Gulen, whom it accuses to have orchestrated the July 15 failed coup attempt, could flee his residence in the northern US state of Pennsylvania amid speculations of his extradition. Bekir Bozdag told privately-owned Turkish-language Haberturk television news network on ...

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South Sudan stands on brink of abyss, warns UN chief

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has expressed serious concerns about the ongoing violence in South Sudan, saying the African country stands “on the brink of an abyss.” Addressing a UN Security Council session on Thursday, Ban said “the promises of the new state for peace, justice and opportunity have been ...

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US, Israel forces stage secret military drill

Israel and the United States have reportedly staged a joint secret war game in southern Israel amid growing military cooperation between the two sides. Israeli media said on Thursday that the drill dubbed ‘Noble Shirley’ was held in Negev Desert to improve cooperation between American and Israeli forces. The drill, ...

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US policies clash with American people’s interests: Assad

Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad says the United States’ policies are in contrast with the interests of the American people and the world as a whole. Assad made the remarks in a meeting with representatives of the US Peace Council, the American branch of the World Peace Council international organization on Thursday, ...

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US soldier killed in Yemen: Houthis

Citing evidence on the ground, Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement says a US trooper has been killed in the war-battered country. The movement’s news outlet, ansarullah.com, said on Friday that Yemen’s ‘War Media’ had published pictures proving American presence in the Arab country. The pictures show an American passport and a birth certificate ...

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Netanyahu hails Israel’s warming ties with Egypt

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has hailed warming ties with Egypt and its president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi who ousted the Arab country’s first democratically-elected president, Mohamed Morsi, in 2004. Netanyahu made the remarks during an event at the Egyptian ambassador’s residence in Tel Aviv on Thursday. “I want to thank President el-Sisi for his leadership ...

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