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Daily Archives: October 18, 2017

No US drone strike against Haqqani network in Pakistan: ISPR

RAWALPINDI  – Inter-Services Public Relations has stated on Tuesday that there has been no United States drone strike in Pakistan as several reports have claimed of killing of 31 Haqqani terrorists. Media cell of the military stated that reports about drone strike in Kurram Agency are false and there has ...

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Iranian caricaturists challenge Trump with Persian Gulf Forever

Iranian cartoonists have held a caricature painting exhibition in response to US President Donald Trump’s speech in which he used the fictitious name “the Arabian Gulf” to refer to the Persian Gulf.    The 10-day exhibition, titled “The Persian Gulf Forever,” was inaugurated in the capital city of Tehran on ...

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Football: Rampant Reds hit seven to silence Klopp critics

MARIBOR – Liverpool eased the pressure on Jurgen Klopp as Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah inspired a 7-0 thrashing of Maribor in the Champions League on Tuesday. After drawing their first two European fixtures and spluttering in the Premier League, Liverpool arrived in Slovenia with critics questioning Klopp s signings and ...

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Verna’s trailer is out

Mahira Khan starrer Verna trailer is out on Tuesday and if the teaser intrigued you here, watch the trailer: The film is helmed by Shoaib Mansoor and stars debutante Haroon Shahid and Naimal Khawarr besides Mahira Khan. Haroon Shahid is a known voice for many from a music band called Symt and his Coke ...

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Warmongers worried by Iran’s abidance by JCPOA: Zarif

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says warmongering powers are concerned about the Islamic Republic’s abidance by the landmark 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1 group of countries. “Warmongers confess they’re more worried that we abide by [the] JCPOA (the nuclear agreement, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of ...

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Football: Jesus earns Man City narrow win over Napoli

MANCHESTER  – Manchester City conceded two penalties — one that was squandered, one that was scored — as they edged Napoli 2-1 on Tuesday to tighten their grip on Champions League Group F. In a much-hyped clash of the highest-scoring teams in Europe s five major leagues, City swiftly went 2-0 ...

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Oscar-winning film Amadeus actor Roy Dotrice dies at 94

 Famous British actor Roy Dotrice died at the age of 94 in his London residence while with the family. He performed in various movies including Oscar-winning film Amadeus, in which he played the role of Leopold Mozart. His three daughters, grandchildren, and great-grandson were alongside when he breathed his last. ...

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