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Daily Archives: September 8, 2016

Songstress Humaira Arshad granted son’s custody

Lahore  – The legal war between the former couple is in full swing and in the first phase, Humaira was granted her son’s custody by the court, reported Dunya News. According to the details, six year old Ali who was living with his father these days was subsequently handed over ...

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Sharjeel, Khalid secure Pakistan 9-wicket win over England

Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif scored quickfire half-centuries as Pakistan defeated England by nine wickets in the only Twenty20 International (T20I) at Old Trafford, Manchester, late on Wednesday. It was a boundary-galore as the pair registered a 107-run opening stand hitting 17 boundaries in the first 10 overs. The ball ...

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Turkey expels 73 more military personnel over coup

Turkey has expelled dozens of new officers and soldiers as part of its crackdown on plotters and sympathizers of the July 15 coup attempt. The Turkish Ministry of Defense said on Wednesday that 73 more personnel of the country’s air force had been relieved of their duties over alleged links ...

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Starbucks CEO declares support for Hillary Clinton

Howard Schultz, the founder and CEO of Starbucks, announces support for US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. In an interview with CNN, Schultz let slip which way he was voting, saying, “I’m hopeful that after the election – and hopefully Hillary Clinton will be elected president – that we will begin ...

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Taliban militants advance on Uruzgan provincial capital

The capital of Afghanistan’s central province of Uruzgan is on the brink of falling into militants’ hands in the wake of an advance by Taliban, who have taken position within a few kilometers of the city. Abdul Karim, the head of Uruzgan provincial council, on Wednesday warned of the collapse of ...

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New armed group threatens to attack Niger’s uranium mines

A new armed group has threatened to carry out attacks on Niger’s uranium mines in protest against marginalization of the minority Toubou population. Adam Tcheke Koudigan, who described himself as interim president of the so-called Movement for Justice and the Rehabilitation of Niger, said on Wednesday that it would target ...

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Rebels claim to have killed 12 Angola soldiers

Angola’s rebels claim they have killed 12 soldiers in clashes that erupted in the oil-rich north of the country. The Front for the Liberation of the Enclave of Cabinda (FLEC) said Wednesday that the troops were ambushed last weekend as they were travelling in Buco-Zau region, an area near the ...

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Trump vows to vastly expand US military

US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has vowed to vastly expand the American military and defeat the Daesh (ISIL) terrorist group if elected president. During a speech at the Union League of Philadelphia on Wednesday, Trump called on Congress to end the cuts to US military spending. “As soon as ...

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