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Shroud-clad Bahrainis rally ahead of cleric’s trial

Attired in shrouds, Bahrainis have rallied in support of their most senior Shia cleric, who has been stripped of citizenship and faces trial for charges widely denounced as politically-influenced. Crowds of people on Sunday heeded a call by Bahrain’s Shia clergy to take to the streets across the nation in solidarity with Sheikh ...

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People vote in French presidential runoff

People in France are casting their ballots in a presidential run-off that pits the centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron against his far-right rival, Marine Le Pen. Voting began at 8 a.m. local time (0600 GMT) on Sunday and will end at 8 p.m. (1800 GMT). Some 47 million people are eligible ...

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Make-up artists showcase peacock beauty in Malaysia

Around 20 women paraded down a runway sporting exotic variations of the songket and batik. KUALA LUMPUR  – Women donned peacock-style headgear and brightly coloured make-up in Malaysia at an event showcasing creative interpretations of traditional Malay costumes and make-up techniques. The three-day annual beauty exhibition kicked off Saturday at ...

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President Mamnoon says law and order improved in KP

 The President of Pakistan Mamnoon Hussain expressed satisfaction on the improved law and order situation in Khyber Pakhtunwa on Saturday. He  said that the province would now attract foreign and domestic investment owing to the better safety and security arrangements. President Mamnoon Hussain attended the ‘Made in KPK’ exhibition in ...

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Leader: Any voter dereliction would harm Iran

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says any dereliction on the part of voters in Iran’s elections this month would harm the country, urging a massive turnout to disappoint the enemies.  “The only barrier against the animosity of the enemy is the presence of the people at ...

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