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Daily Archives: September 6, 2016

Iran’s Leader urges confronting enemy schemes in cyberspace

The Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has called attention to attempts by Iran’s enemies to undermine Islamic values by making inroads across the cyberspace, urging the clergy to confront such attempts. Ayatollah Khamenei made the remarks on Tuesday on the occasion of the commencement of education ...

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Aisam pulls out of NZ Davis Cup tie

KARACHI: Pakistan’s number one tennis player Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi said on Monday he has pulled out of a Davis Cup tie in New Zealand later this week “to take a stand”. The 2010 US Open Doubles finalist remains unhappy that a 2013 match against the same opponents held in Myanmar was ...

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Daesh bans burqas after attacks by women

The Daesh terrorist group has reportedly banned women from wearing burqas over security concerns. The Takfiri group had formerly made it mandatory for women to fully cover their bodies with a black veil, including their faces, during public appearances in Syria and Iraq. Women who disobeyed the orders usually faced ...

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China president urges ‘appropriate’ handling of disputes with UK

China’s president has called for an “appropriate” handling of disputes with the UK amid diplomatic tensions between the two sides over the new British premier’s decision to postpone a Beijing-backed nuclear power plant project. In a first face to face meeting, Xi Jinping told Theresa May that the two countries need ...

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UNSC to hold meeting over North Korea’s latest nuclear test

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has called on Pyongyang’s military to bolster its nuclear capabilities after ordering the launch of three ballistic missiles. “He stressed the need to continue making miraculous achievements in bolstering up the nuclear force one after another in this historic year,” said the North’s official KCNA news ...

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UN-brokered Libya talks kicks off in Tunisia

Libyan politicians have started UN-brokered talks in Tunisia to discuss the power struggle between warring political parties and the threat posed by Takfiri militants who are undermining stability in the North African country. Libyan political leaders began the UN-sponsored meeting of the Libya Dialogue committee in the Tunisian capital, Tunis on Monday. Jamel ...

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Russia posing serious threat to US election campaign: Clinton

US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton says the alleged Russian hacking into the country’s election campaign is posing serious “threats,” calling it “almost unthinkable.” The hacking “raises some grave questions about potential Russian interference with our electoral process,” Clinton said on Monday. “We are going to have to take those ...

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Trump using Daesh-like fear tactics: UN human rights chief

The United Nations human rights chief has accused US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump of spreading racial and religious prejudice, saying the real estate mogul used “fear” tactics similar to the ones employed by the Daesh (ISIL) Takfiri terrorists. UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein made the ...

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Obama backs down from Duterte showdown at ASEAN summit

US President Barack Obama has canceled a planned meeting with his Filipino counterpart Rodrigo Duterte after the latter insulted him with vulgar and undiplomatic language.   The two leaders were scheduled to meet on the sidelines of the 28th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit on Tuesday afternoon in Vientiane, ...

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