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Daily Archives: November 10, 2017

Myanmar sentences drone-flying journalists to prison

A court in Myanmar has sentenced two journalists hired by Turkey’s state broadcaster to two months in prison over flying a drone near the country’s parliament without a license. Lau Hon Meng from Singapore and Mok Choy Lin from Malaysia, who were arrested last month, were convicted on Friday of ...

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Trump vows to put ‘America First’ in trade deals

US President Donald Trump has warned America’s trading partners that Washington will “no longer tolerate” unfair trade, closed markets and intellectual property theft, highlighting his “America First” doctrine that seeks to rewrite the rules of global commerce. In a speech on Friday to Asia-Pacific leaders in Vietnam, Trump said the ...

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Hudaibiya case: SC forms three-member bench to hear NAB appeal

ISLAMABAD  – Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Saqib Nisar on Friday has formed a three-member bench to hear National Accountability Bureau (NAB) appeal to reopen Hudaibiya Paper Mills case against disqualified Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif and other family members. According to sources, the bench will be headed by ...

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Japan’s Abe tumbles into bunker while golfing with Donald Trump

Japan’s TV Tokyo showed a golf player it identified as Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe slipping and tumbling back into a sand bunker during a round of golf with US President Donald Trump. Abe and Trump teed off with Japanese professional golfer Hideki Matsuyama during the US president’s five-nation Asia tour. The aerial footage ...

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Mysterious radioactivity spreads over Europe

Most European countries have reportedly detected radioactive pollution in the air without being able to tell where exactly it has originated from. High levels of the radioactive isotope Ruthenium-106 have been measured in the air in “a majority of European countries” since October, according to German media. “Measurement results from European ...

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PNG destroys shelters, water sources at Australian refugee camp

Papua New Guinea authorities destroyed makeshift shelters and removed water sources in a shuttered Australia refugee camp Friday, just hours ahead of a deadline for the inmates to leave or be forced out, detainees said. The reported actions by police and immigration officials came as video shot by Australian advocacy ...

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Protesters demand US Congress to pass immigration bill

Hundreds of protesters have occupied a US Senate office building to press Congress to pass legislation that would allow undocumented immigrants brought to the US as children to stay in the country, a protection taken away by President Donald Trump. More than 1,000 people filled the Hart Senate Building with ...

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