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Daily Archives: September 3, 2016

Nouman Javaid, actress Jana Malik tie knot

LAHORE – Renowned singer Nouman Javaid and actress Jana Malik married in Lahore on Friday. Close family relatives and friends attended the marriageceremony. Talking to media after the marriage, Nouman Javaid and Jana Malik said that they will arrange a reception in honour of mediamen and friends from Showbiz industry ...

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Tram operator tells Israeli commuters to mimic ‘British manners’

An Israeli tram operator has released an educational cartoon encouraging Israelis to copy British manners while on the tram. The Hebrew-language animation, which was produced by the CityPass company, features an Israeli young man, called David, who has recently returned from the United Kingdom, and is trying to teach another Israeli the ...

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Philippines explosion kills at least 12 people

At least a dozen people have been killed in an explosion that hit Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s southern home city of Davao. Davao city spokeswoman Catherine dela Rey confirmed the blast on Friday. Two dozen people were also injured. Davao is located about 1,500 kilometers (930 miles) from the capital Manila. ...

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China MPs ratify Paris climate pact, US expected to follow suit

Chinese lawmakers have ratified the Paris climate change accord with the US expected to follow suit later in a joint stand against global warming by the world’s two largest polluters. China’s parliament, the National People’s Congress, voted on Saturday to adopt “the proposal to review and ratify the Paris Agreement”, state ...

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Zimbabwe court denies bail to 58 opposition protesters

A Zimbabwean court has denied bail to 58 opposition protesters who took part in recent demonstrations against President Robert Mugabe. The court released another 11 people, including security guards, passers-by and a journalist, on a bail of USD 50 (45 euros) each. “In respect of all the others, bail is ...

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No hate-crime charges after white supremacist runs over black teen

Authorities in the US state of Oregon have launched an investigation to determine whether the death of an African-American teenager at the hands of an alleged white supremacist is a hate crime. “That’s currently the subject of the ongoing active investigation,” Don Rees, the deputy district attorney for Multnomah County, ...

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