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Daily Archives: September 5, 2016

Ayatollah Ali Khameini’s message ahead of Haj

And all praise belongs to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds, and Allah’s greetings be upon our Master, Muhammad (PBUH), and upon his Immaculate Household and chosen companions and upon those who follow them rightfully until the Day of Judgment.   Muslim brethren and sisters all over the world, For ...

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‘Don’t Breathe’ keeps box office rivals on toes

LOS ANGELES (AFP) – Suspense thriller “Don t Breathe” held on tight to the top of the North American box office this weekend — keeping rival movies on tenterhooks for a second week running, industry estimates showed Sunday. Moviegoers plunked down $15.7 million to see the horror twist on a home ...

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Defending champ Djokovic into US Open quarter-finals

NEW YORK: Novak Djokovic steamed into the quarter-finals of the US Open with a 6-2, 6-1, 6-4 victory against 84th-ranked Briton Kyle Edmund. Edmund, playing in a Grand Slam fourth round for the first time, barely got a look-in during the first two sets against the world number one and ...

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Nigerian officers sell arms to Boko Haram: Report

A new report suggests that the Boko Haram Takfiri terrorist group is receiving some of its arms and ammunition from corrupt army officers in Nigeria. The report published on Sunday by the Associated Press revealed that several top-ranking military commanders were being secretly investigated in Nigeria for offenses related to the fight ...

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Nigerian officers sell arms to Boko Haram: Report

A new report suggests that the Boko Haram Takfiri terrorist group is receiving some of its arms and ammunition from corrupt army officers in Nigeria. The report published on Sunday by the Associated Press revealed that several top-ranking military commanders were being secretly investigated in Nigeria for offenses related to the fight ...

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South Sudan agrees to 4,000 more UN peacekeepers

South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir has agreed to the deployment of 4,000 additional UN peacekeepers after initially rejecting the regional protection force as a breach of its sovereignty.    Kiir made the announcement on Sunday following a meeting with the UN Security Council in the capital Juba. “The transitional government ...

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Malian army regains central town from militants

The Malian army has managed to retake control of the central town of Boni from militants, officials say. They “left Boni in the night and today around 8 a.m. the Malian army came back to take control of the town,” an unnamed Malian security source told AFP on Saturday. Meanwhile, ...

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Pro-independence candidates win seats in Hong Kong’s poll

Several pro-independence candidates have won seats in Hong Kong’s legislative council election, raising the stakes in the already tense relations with China.  A record 2.2 million people, or 58 percent of registered voters, cast their ballots in the city-wide legislative election which ended in the early hours of Monday. While official ...

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