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Daily Archives: November 7, 2017

Terrorism, sectarianism main issues in Muslim world: Rouhani

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says terrorism as well as sectarian and ethnic rifts are the two main issues afflicting the Muslim world, blaming some world powers for creating and spreading such divisions. “[These] powers are not interested in unity and brotherly [ties] among Muslims, because if such unity and brotherhood is promoted, ...

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Trump asks Congress to raise military spending by $6bn

Touring Asia to muster support for stronger action against North Korea, US President Donald Trump has asked Congress to raise military spending by $6 billion. As the American head of state was preparing to leave Japan on Monday, news broke that he had asked lawmakers for $4 billion to complete the ...

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2nd Indian ship with wheat for Afghans docks in Iran

Iran says a second ship with a major wheat cargo for Afghanistan has arrived in a southeastern port which is gradually emerging as a key transit point in a corridor that bypasses Pakistan. The ship – carrying a cargo 110,000 tonnes of wheat in 655 containers – arrived in Chabahar ...

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UNSC strongly condemns violence against Muslims in Myanmar

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has strongly condemned government-sanctioned violence against Myanmar’s Muslim Rohingya minority. The UNSC expressed “grave concern” at the reports of human rights violations in Myanmar’s Rakhine State by the country’s security forces against the Rohingya in a unanimously-backed statement released Monday. The statement cited “the ...

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Saudi crackdown on high-profile figures widens

Saudi authorities have detained the founder of one of the kingdom’s biggest travel companies as part of an ongoing anti-corruption probe that is reportedly aimed at strengthening the crown prince’s grip on power. Al Tayyar Travel company quoted media reports as saying that Nasser bin Aqeel al-Tayyar, who is still a ...

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US homelessness surges across West Coast: Report

A new report shows that many cities on the US West Coast are struggling with acute homelessness amid an unprecedented level of poverty and hardship in the region. According to a report by The Associated Press on Monday, the number of homeless Americans has surged, with many sleeping in shelters or transitional ...

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PM Abbasi admits differences exist in PML-N

MANCHESTER  – Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Monday acknowledged for the first time that differences exist within Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Dunya News reported. Talking to journalists in Manchester before his departure for Islamabad, PM Abbasi said that minor differences exist in every political party but ruled out the ...

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