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Football: ‘Monstrous’ Messi to enter Barca’s 600 club

BARCELONA  – Lionel Messi will celebrate his 600th start for Barcelona on Saturday in what his manager Ernesto Valverde hails as “a monstrous” achievement. The five-time Ballon d Or winner becomes only the third player to reach the milestone for the Catalan club after ex-playmaker Xavi Hernandez (767 appearances) and the ...

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Democratic setup entails supremacy of law: Imran

KOT ADDU – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan has said on Friday that a democratic setup entails supremacy of the law which is not the case in the present situation of the country. Khan addressed a political rally in Kot Addu and criticised the leaders of Pakistan People’s Party and ...

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Saudi behind US claim of Iran’s support for al-Qaeda: Analyst

An analyst says US allegations about Iran’s support for the al-Qaeda terror group are totally “fabricated and false,” adding that Saudi Arabia has been providing funds for such “fake” stories in order to “demonize” the Islamic Republic.   “I see the hands of the Saudis especially the new architect himself, the so-called ...

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UN says conditions in Australian refugee camp ‘inhumane’

The United Nations human rights office has condemned the “inhumane” conditions in a detention camp for refugees run by the Australian government in Papua New Guinea (PNG), urging Canberra to restore water and food supplies to the center. Australian authorities left the camp in Manus Island on Tuesday, leaving up to ...

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Anti-Semitic incidents continue to surge in US: Report

A US-based Jewish organization says the number of anti-Semitic incidents, including physical assaults, vandalism, and attacks on Jewish institutions, continue to rise across the United States. The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) said Thursday there were 1,299 anti-Semitic incidents from January 1 to September 30 of this year, a 67 percent increase ...

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Students block Barcelona motorways to protest Catalan arrests

Hundreds of students from the University of Barcelona blocked the city’s central motorways including AP-7 and B-30 on Friday (3 Nov. 2017), to protest against the imprisonment of former Catalan government vice-president Oriol Junqueras and seven other former Generalitat counsellors. Protesters blocked and disturbed traffic, triggering arguments between protesters and ...

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