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Daily Archives: August 19, 2016

Super Sharjeel grateful for English lessons

MALAHIDE: Sharjeel Khan said the Pakistan ‘A’ tour in England had been pivotal to his compiling a stunning maiden One-Day International (ODI) century as the tourists romped to a 255-run victory over Ireland in Malahide. The 27-year-old opening batsman hit 61 on his ODI debut three years ago but then ...

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UN halts Syria humanitarian task force amid intense fighting

The United Nations has suspended a meeting of its humanitarian task force in Syria amid concerns over the ongoing conflict in the Middle Eastern country. Speaking at a press conference in the Swiss city of Geneva on Thursday, UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura said that he had decided ...

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Trump says he regrets past controversial remarks

US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has apologized for his past controversial comments that “may have caused personal pain” as he attempts to refocus his message in the face of falling opinion poll numbers. Trump said on Thursday that he realized that his remarks, which have angered minorities and alienated ...

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US war on Islam is part of its imperial agenda: Journalist

The United States’ war on Islam is part of its imperial agenda which it is implementing around the world, according to Stephen Lendman, an American writer, political commentator and radio host. “America has been at war with Islam for many, many years… but since the fall of Communism in 1991, ...

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Ten killed as bombs hit Libya’s GNA forces near Sirte

Twin car bomb attacks have claimed the lives of at least 10 fighters with pro-government Libyan forces near the city of Sirte, where they are battling the Daesh Takfiri terrorists to drive them out of the North African country. The deadly bombings struck Gharbiyat area west of Sirte on Thursday, ...

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South Sudan rebel leader safe in neighboring DR Congo: UN

South Sudan’s rebel leader and former first vice president Riek Machar has fled to the neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the United Nations says. UN spokesman Farhan Haq said Thursday that Congolese authorities had asked the world body’s mission in DRC (MONUSCO) to facilitate the transfer of Machar and ...

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China holds naval drill in Sea of Japan

China has conducted a “routine” naval drill in the Sea of Japan with the participation of missile-equipped warships, a Chinese military publication says. The drill was conducted in “certain part of the Sea of Japan,” China’s People’s Liberation Army Daily said on Friday, without providing any more specifics. “Exercises far ...

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China set to boslter military support for Syria: Media

Media outlets and political analysts view a recent visit by a top Chinese military officer to Syria as a show of support for the Damascus government, which is engaged in heavy anti-terror battles with the help of its allies, including Russia and Iran. China’s official Xinhua news agency said in ...

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Hezbollah warns against Israel road building in southern Lebanon

The Lebanese resistance movement of Hezbollah has warned against the ongoing construction of a road by Israel in Israeli-occupied Lebanese territory. The regime is building the two-kilometer-long road in the Shebaa Farms in southern Lebanon, which it occupied alongside vast expanses of other Arab territories in 1967. “It’s another crime ...

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